Rehabilitation Services are composed of three types of therapies:
- Occupational Therapy helps improve or restore function to damaged and weakened parts of the body through productive activity such as retraining, restoration and rehabilitation.
- Physical Therapy is the use of physical agents and therapeutic exercise to aid in the rehabilitation of patients who have impairments, pain and/or functional limitations.
- Speech Therapy aids children to adults who have speech problems of a physical nature, such as swallowing or speech impairments.
The rehabilitation department is staffed with caring and qualified, licensed therapists that are committed to providing quality, personalized care to our patients.Do we work with children?
Yes, although most rehabilitation for children is provided through the school systems, we do offer services for children, adults and geriatric patients.Does insurance, Medicare/Medicaid pay for therapy?
Yes, if the service is medically necessary and requires the attention of a licensed therapist.How do I get to see someone?
You must obtain a prescription for therapy from a physician. You may then schedule an appointment with our Rehabilitation services.Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for outpatients.
If you have question regarding rehabilitation services, please call 254-580-8995.