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Outpatient Physical Therapy

Overview

Outpatient Physical Therapy’s goal is to provide a multi-dimensional rehabilitation clinic that is committed to supporting wellness, healthy independent living, and a return to optimal form and function. Through compassion and careful consideration, our knowledgeable and experienced staff will engage our patients and each other, along with their families and medical providers, in a continuum of patient centered care to provide for an exceptional patient experience with the most beneficial outcome.

Specialty services include:

  • Vestibular Therapy—including the Frenzel Lens/ Video Goggle monitoring system.
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction—including urinary/fecal incontinence and pelvic pain, including the use of biofeedback.
  • Fall/Balance Prevention.
  • Spine and Sport Therapy.
  • Aquatic Therapy.
  • Neurological Disorders—including stroke and spinal cord injury.

Staff Details

The Outpatient Physical Therapy team truly cares about our patients and each other. We are supportive, open and work in an environment where new ideas and techniques are encouraged, continuing education is supported, and working together as a team with common purpose and focus is a must.

Outpatient Physical Therapy offers a unique opportunity to work with many diagnoses while being allowed the flexibility and encouragement to specialize in a desired area of interest. If we see a potential vestibular issue, it is very easy to call in a specialist for further evaluation. If a patient complains of incontinence, a referral can easily be arranged. We have mechanical and manually trained physical therapists in treating the spine and extremities. Staff are encouraged to share ideas and at times patients, to ensure the greatest benefit and outcome.

As a department within the Outpatient Center, there are many professionals to collaborate with and refer to as needed, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, nutritionists, diabetes educators, nurse practitioners and pharmacists.

New Grad Programs

We encourage new graduates to apply. Those who are selected are provided a mentor to help guide them into their practice for the first six months or so.

Educational Support

We offer a very competitive continuing education package, and are willing to go above and beyond when further staff development is needed to meet certain standards, or when expanding new service lines.

Hours/Shifts

Day shifts, five days per week; hours are flexible.

Number of Employees & FTEs

There are 10 physical therapists on staff (including per diem), working a variety of FTEs and shifts.