Rehabilitation Services can help you enjoy life again. Our caring and professional staff is dedicated to providing quality rehabilitation services including physical therapy, speech/language therapy, and occupational therapy, tailored to your individual needs.
Our licensed Physical Therapists look forward to help you get back to “living” your life. We are uniquely able to offer a continuum of care from acute, inpatient treatment setting through more progressive outpatient treatments in our well equipped clinic. Our experienced therapists have a combined 90 years of experience. Our Therapists are highly trained to work in conjunction with your Physician to evaluate your personal needs to minimize pain and disability.
You will have the full attention of your therapist during our one on one treatment sessions. We will evaluate your individual needs and develop a personal plan of care in conjunction with your physician. Our therapists are highly trained and ready to help with deficits and pain arising from injuries to muscles, tendons or ligaments in the joints, neck and back including:
Muscle weakness or imbalance
Post surgical rehabilitation including joint replacement and hand surgery
Tendonitis / repetitive use injuries
Motor Vehicle injuries
We also offer rehabilitation for neurological diagnosis including, Vertigo / balance disorders, Parkinson’s disease, CVA, Multiple Sclerosis to help you reacquire your greatest level of independence.
In addition, the Rehabilitation Services Staff are trained in:
Wound care and management
Pre operative joint replacement education.
For more information about physical therapy, call us at (928) 472-5230 or send us a message through the Contact Us section of our Web site.
Occupational Therapy, or O.T., addresses “the occupation of living.” Occupational therapists work with adults & children focusing on “doing” whatever activities are meaningful to the individual. Occupational therapists are trained to assess the injury, illness, or disability and to help people build strength, decrease pain, increase motion as well as training in adapting a task or the environment to help a person be more independent despite their injury, illness, or disability. This may include providing therapy to help a person be more independent with their daily activities (from basic activities such as dressing to more complex hobbies or work tasks).
A major focus of occupational therapy is rehabilitation related to impairments of the upper extremity (i.e., shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist, hand). O.T. interventions may include: For more information, call us at (928) 472-5230 or send us a message through the Contact Us section of our Web site.
• Therapeutic exercise
• Therapeutic activities
• Neuro rehabilitation
• Training in ADLs or IADLs (activities of daily living)
• Orthotic design, fitting
• Ergonomic & activity modification in home, work, school, leisure
• Sensory re-education
• Scar management
• Pain management
• Education for postsurgical or post-injury safety, including sensory loss
• Application of modalities (Ultrasound, E-stim, Iontophoresis)
• Diagnostic and postsurgical protocols
• Manual therapy (i.e. joint mobilizations, massage for edema, trigger point release)
• Kinesiotaping for shoulder subluxation, spasticity, flacidity, etc…)
providing you with the most modern technology. Offering Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques, Advanced Knee/Ligament Reconstruction, Advanced Arthroscopic Shoulder Techniques, Total Joint Replacement and Trauma and Fracture Care. For more information call Payson Regional Bone & Joint at (928) 472-5260.