Because of injury or illness, you may struggle to perform everyday tasks, an experience that can be frustrating and even painful. When injury or illness causes you to be less independent, you'll want the team at your side to be committed to helping you resume your daily activities. We offer comprehensive services, programs, and therapies designed to meet your specific goals.

Our physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists can design a personal treatment program to help you regain function and independence.

An injury to a bone, joint, tendon, ligament, or muscle may cause pain, limited mobility, or loss of strength. These impairments may prevent you from enjoying your normal work or recreational activities. Our focus is to help your injury heal properly.

Outpatient physical therapy is initiated with a recent physician order and continued with renewed orders every 30 days. Inpatient PT is started within 24 hours of receipt of a physician order.

Discharge of the patient occurs when:

  • Physical Therapy goals are met.
  • The patient has reached the maximum benefit from the therapy services.
  • The patient refuses or misses three consecutive visits.
  • The physician discharges the patient from the hospital or therapy.

Our Rehabilitation Services

Physical Therapy

Evaluates and treats disorders involving deficiencies in a range of motion, muscle strength and endurance, balance, muscle tone, disturbances in walking, and painful conditions. Some techniques include therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular retraining, relaxation techniques, and heat, cold, and electrical stimulation modalities.

Occupational Therapy

Focuses on restoring a person's ability to perform daily functional life skills such as dressing, hygiene, and meal preparation. Tasks are broken down into manageable parts, and techniques for adapting to the activity are taught. The ultimate goal is to enable individuals to assume an optimal level of independent functioning and sustain the highest quality of life.

Speech Therapy

Facilitates the development and maintenance of human communication. This includes screening, identifying, assessing, rehabilitating, and preventing disorders of speech, language, oral function, swallowing, cognition/communication, and speech/language proficiency.