The Rehabilitation Department at Barnesville Hospital offers several inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology. Our therapists are experienced in treating a wide variety of health issues to relieve pain, improve strength, and regain mobility.
Our caring staff works with adults, adolescents, and pediatric patients to help them return to their daily routine, and we provide any education to family and patients related to the current challenges their experiencing.
A physician referral is needed for all rehabilitation services. We will develop a treatment program individualized to your needs and communicate to your referring physician for approval.
Conditions we treat with physical, occupational, or speech-language rehabilitation include:
- Balance impairments and fall risk
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
- Chronic pain
- Communication disorders
- Concussion and traumatic brain injury
- Congestive heart failure
- Hand, wrist, and elbow injuries
- Hip and knee surgeries
- Neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease
- Orthopedic conditions, such as joint replacement and fractures
- Post-surgery recovery
- Speech, language, and voice disorders
- Sports injuries
- Swallowing/feeding difficulties
- Work-related injuries
Our physical therapists offer a variety of therapeutic strengthening, stretching, and aerobic/isometric exercises designed to maximize recovery of function following an illness or injury.
Barnesville Hospital occupational therapists can help you with any retraining of daily living activities, upper extremity (arm) function, safety issues, dexterity, and visual and cognitive issues.
To help you communicate with family and friends and participate better in daily activities, our speech language pathologists treat infants through the geriatric population. Our therapists are certified in VitalStim and deep pharyngeal neuromuscular stimulation swallowing treatments and have special interests in pediatric feeding, language disorders, and neurological deficits following stroke.
Monday – Thursday: 7 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pm