After an orthopedic disorder or surgery, physical therapy can help you regain strength and mobility with special exercise routines and more. You may also benefit from occupational therapy, which offers everything from customized treatment programs to skill assessments to guidance and support for family members.
Whatever your therapy needs, we have the best facilities and professionals in the region for a wide range of rehabilitation services in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Every day, Wellmont 's physical therapists help patients alleviate discomfort and regain pain-free range of motion in their necks, backs, shoulders, elbows, knees and feet with minimum discomfort and no needles.
Our experts accomplish these goals using a wide range of proven treatments, many of which are provided on an outpatient basis, including:
Wellmont physical therapists also serve hospital patients on an inpatient basis, helping them walk and regain other motor skills along their road to recovery.
By developing special exercise routines, helping guide patients and working with primary care physicians to assess and determine follow-up care and assistive needs, Wellmont physical therapists can often help speed recovery times and get patients back on their feet more quickly.
Occupational therapy focuses on helping patients regain strength and coordination in order to maximize their independence. Therapy activities can include a variety of daily tasks and processes such as dressing, preparing meals or other leisure and work skills – “skills for the job of living."
Wellmont provides personalized treatment plans to help ensure occupational therapy activities are tailored to meet each patient’s unique needs.
When hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder injuries happen, the certified hand therapists at The Hand Center provide the best possible care to help patients get back to their normal activities.
Many conditions common in children and adolescents can be improved through therapy. Our dedicated pediatric therapists treat ADHD/ADD, autistic spectrum disorder, scoliosis, genetic disorders, motor delays and neurologic disorders such as cerebral palsy.
If you're looking for more information or have questions about Wellmont's orthopedic services, please contact us or speak to your primary care provider.
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