Physical and Occupational Therapy services are located on the first floor of the hospital. Our licensed physical therapists and physical therapy assistants work together to get you back to your highest level of activity. As the official physical therapy providers for the Wheeling Nailers, we provide quality care even the professionals trust.
Outpatient Physical and Speech Therapy includes:
- Auto accidents
- Balance problems/falls
- Chronic Pain
- Pain during pregnancy
- Post-surgery care for:
- Back & Neck Surgery
- Hip, Knee, Shoulder Replacements
- Rotator Cuff Repairs
- Sports-related injuries
- Stroke/neurological disorders
- Treatment of injuries or pain of the neck, back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, pelvic area, knee, or ankle
- Treatment of swallowing and speech problems
- Women’s Health Physical Therapy:
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Difficulties from Pregnancy and Delivery
- Work-related injuries
Specialty Services Offered
Women’s Health Physical Therapy – our women’s health therapist is trained to evaluate and treat the musculoskeletal disorders that may occur in women throughout their lifespan, with specialized understanding of the physiological differences and the impact of hormones on their condition and recovery.
Modified Barium Swallow Study – a fluoroscopic procedure designed to determine whether food or liquid is entering a person’s lungs (aspiration). The modified barium swallow is an analysis of swallowing through three phases: oral (mouth), pharyngeal (throat) and upper esophagus.
IASTM (instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization) – IASTM is a new range of tools which enables clinicians to efficiently locate and treat individuals diagnosed with soft tissue dysfunction. It is performed with ergonomically designed instruments that detect and treat fascial restrictions and then breaks down the fascial restrictions and scar tissue.
COVID Rehabilitation Clinic
The COVID rehabilitation program treats patients post-COVID who have full recovered from the virus but are still feeling the after-effects. These symptoms can include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Difficulty with walking
- Struggles with activities of daily life
The curriculum comes from the program at Johns Hopkins and is comprised of exercises to improve breathing and aerobic capacity. There are currently five physical therapists, an occupational therapist, and a speech therapist trained to perform the program.
Please get a referral from your primary care physician prior to scheduling your appointment.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to register.
Hours: Mondays, Thursdays: 8 am – 6:30 pm | Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays: 8 am – 4:30 pm