After surgery or an illness, getting back on your feet or resuming normal activities is often more than you can handle alone. That's why St. Joseph's Hospital has a team of encouragers and motivators to help rebuild and retrain your body.We offer inpatient and outpatient programsincluding:
Therapists use a combination of exercise, modalities, functional tasks and education to help decrease your pain, improve function and prevent recurrence for a wide range of issues including orthopedic problems, sports and work injuries, neurological problems, general medical problems, pain syndromes, post-surgical treatments and more. Specialty programs within our physical therapy program are also available such as:
Aquatic Therapy - For patients with chronic pain or orthopedic problems, we offer aquatic therapy at the Korte Recreation Center at no additional cost. This reduces the stress on joints by using the water to support the body and making movement easier.
Fall Prevention - Balance problems and the risk of falling are important and valid concerns for many people on a day-to-day basis. An injury from a fall can limit a person's ability to lead an active, independent life. If you are currently having balance problems or have any history of falls, ask your doctor if physical therapy would be helpful. The program begins with an evaluation by a physical therapist, who then sets up a treatment program based on the evaluation findings and the patient's goals.
Senior Fitness Testing - Our testing measures the physical attributes needed to perform everyday activities in later life, including, strength, endurance, flexibility, agility and balance. This is a safe and enjoyable test for adults, age 60 and above. The test will determine your fitness level as compared to others your age.
For more information or to discuss your situation directly with a physical therapist, call (618) 651-2720or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our occupational therapists help patients of all ages regain their independence in doing normal, everyday activities. Therapists often work with patients who have problems with their hands and wrists after suffering from broken bones, carpal tunnel, hand surgeries and arthritis. They also work with patients who have experienced a stroke, head injuries or other neurological conditions.
For more information or to discuss your situation directly with an occupational therapist, call (618) 651-2720 or email email@example.com.
Our speech therapist is trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of communication, cognition and swallowing disorders for patients of all ages. To talk with our speech therapist directly, you may call (618) 651-2720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staffed by licensed audiologists who offer comprehensive hearing healthcare, we perform hearing tests, fit hearing aids, provide custom ear protection and swim plugs to patients of all ages. For more information, contact our audiologist at (618) 651-2720 or email email@example.com.
All programs are made up of personalized treatment plans and provide one-on-one attention for effective and targeted healing. Our expert staff consists of highly trained therapists with the skills and expertise to implement a wide number of progressive techniques.For more information or to set up your own personal rehab program, please call (618) 651-2720.
Outpatient Rehab Services is conveniently located in the Medical Arts Building on 9th Street. General hours: Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm.