Outpatient Physical Therapy
St. Joseph's licensed physical therapists are specially trained to
work with patients who have sustained disabilities, impairments or limitations
in their overall physical functions. These deviations can be the result
of disease, injury or pathological processes. Through patient and therapist
interaction, physical therapy can help restore movement and function,
helping patients return to a greater level of independence.
A variety of conditions may benefit from physical therapy, including:
- Post operative joints, (including ankle, knee, hip and shoulder) and post-operative spine
- Sports injuries
- Fractures, strains and sprains
- Gait/balance instability
- Cervical and lumbar pain
- Arthritis • Amputations
- Pelvic floor dysfunction/incontinence
- Neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s or stroke
Aquatic Physical Therapy
Speech and Language Pathology
Please print and complete these forms before coming to therapy.
St. Joseph’s Outpatient Rehabilitation is located near the main entrance
of the medical mall on the second floor.
For more information about St. Joseph’s Outpatient Rehabilitation,
or to make an appointment,