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HealthE Habits

HHL Therapy Centers has licensed the Healthe Habits for Living program, an occupational therapy program that provides a customized and unique solution to chronic diseases. We are committed to changing the way people think about their health issues. We help people become aware of how they relate to, consume, and manage food and exercise on a daily basis.

OFFICE HOURS

M W Th 8am – 5pm
T F 8am – 12pm
Weekends Closed

985.892.5716

7015 Hwy 190 East Service Rd, Covington, Louisiana

HHLTC Values

Our mission is to evaluate, train, coach, and counsel individuals in appropriate and effective skills to help them meet their self-identified functional goals. Applying the evidence based principles of neuroscience and habit development patients are guided in building a healthy lifestyle. Therapists use collaborative treatment to integrate patient’s medical protocols into their daily life. Education is provided to each patient about the effects of activity and nutritional choices on health and well being.
Our goal is to improve patients primary medical condition while also addressing overall health and functional status thereby decreasing hospital admissions, risk of falls, and/or need for other medical interventions, ultimately reducing overall healthcare costs.

We are a therapy clinic that focuses on the collaborative process between client, family, physician and therapist. We deliver client/family focused care in a safe welcoming environment.

We are new and ready to help you find your stride! Stop by and visit us!

Also in exciting news, Nadia has been elected to serve at the national level for the American Occupational Therapy Association!

Chronic medical conditions are a major epidemic in our country. We are a therapy clinic that uses a holistic focus for lifestyle redesign and increasing functional activity.

Expert Healthcare

HHL Therapy Centers has licensed the Healthe Habits for Living program, an occupational therapy program that provides a customized and unique solution to chronic diseases. We are committed to changing the way people think about their health issues. We help people become aware of how they relate to, consume, and manage food and exercise on a daily basis.

  • Diagnoses: chronic illness or disease: diabetes, heart disease, chronic inflammation, obesity, pain, arthritis, cancer, fibromyalgia, deconditioning, atrophy/disuse, muscle weakness, cancer survivor, depression, lumbar radiculopathy, balance deficit, hypertension, gastric bypass, kidney disease, CTS, rotator cuff tear and epicondylitis.

  • Services: Occupational Therapy, lifestyle management, aqua therapy

  • Age range of patients we serve: 12-95 years

MEET OUR TEAM

  • Shannon Mangum
    Owner
  • Nadia Johnson
    Owner/Clinician
  • Dolly Smith
    Owner/Clinician
  • Amanda Hines
    Office Administrator

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does each treatment session last? 2017-04-14T01:55:35+00:00

Each treatment session is 1 hour. Patients are typically seen 2 to 3 times a week.

What are some common medical conditions treated in your clinic? 2017-04-14T01:56:13+00:00

Chronic illness or disease: diabetes, heart disease, chronic inflammation, obesity, pain, arthritis, cancer, fibromyalgia, deconditioning, cancer survivor, depression, COPD and kidney disease.

How do you store my medical records and communicate with my doctor? 2017-04-13T23:16:10+00:00

We use Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for all of our documentation. Your information is stored on a secure site.
We communicate with your doctor be sending electronic files and reports at evaluation periods.

How do I make an appointment? 2017-04-14T01:57:16+00:00

You can make an appointment by calling our office at
(985)892-5716

Which insurances do you accept? 2017-04-14T01:57:59+00:00

We accept most major insurances.

Does insurance cover this service? 2017-04-14T01:58:25+00:00

Yes, insurance covers this service with a referral to occupational therapy from your doctor.

What is occupational therapy? 2017-04-14T01:58:56+00:00

Occupational therapy is a health and rehabilitation profession that helps people regain, develop, and build skills that are important for independent functioning, health, well-being, security, and happiness. Occupational therapy practitioners work with people of all ages who, because of illness, injury, or developmental or psychological impairment, need specialized assistance in learning skills to enable them to lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives. Occupational therapy can prevent injury or the worsening of existing conditions or disabilities and it promotes independent functioning in individuals who may otherwise require institutionalization or other long-term care. Because of this, occupational therapy keeps health care costs down and maximizes the quality of life for individuals, their families, and other caregivers.
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