The experienced Physical Therapy staff at Princeton Community Hospital treats people of all ages, from newborns to senior citizens. What our patients have in common is an illness or injury that limits their ability to move and perform the activities so important to their daily lives.
We offer comprehensive and compassionate rehabilitation for a variety of conditions ranging from arthritis to problems maintaining proper balance. Our modern, spacious facility is designed with private consultation areas and a light-filled exercise room conducive to healing.
We help patients with:
- Back sprains, neck sprains, and disc problems
- Balance dysfunction
- Foot pain, including heel spurs and plantar fasciitis
- Neurological disorders, such as MS, stroke, and nerve injuries
- Post-op orthopedics
- Sprains and strains
- Work hardening and conditioning, which is a therapy designed to restore physical strength after an on-the-job injury to make your return to work safe and effective
- Wound care
Fourth floor Parkview (Women’s Center): Take the elevators in the lobby of the Women’s Center to the fourth floor. Turn right when you exit the elevator; Physical Therapy is located down the hall on the left.
Eric Rodgers, RRT, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS