WVU Medicine Rehabilitation Services provides inpatient and focused outpatient care for illness, injury, or disability to improve each patient’s quality of life and independence. Our highly trained and licensed physical, occupational, and speech therapists provide evaluations and treatment for a variety of adult and pediatric conditions.
Conditions We Treat
As a part of the largest academic healthcare system in the state of West Virginia, WVU Medicine Rehabilitation Services offers specialized care for a range of conditions, including:
- Lymphedema (swelling that can occur with cancer treatment, congenital defects, trauma, or surgery)
- Orthopaedic conditions affecting the bones, joints, muscles, and nerves that enable movement
- Speech, language, voice, and other communication and thinking disorders
- Spine conditions, including herniated discs, pinched nerves, neck pain, and low back pain
- Swallowing difficulties
- Balance, endurance, and mobility impairment
- Communication disorders
- Developmental and physical motor delays
- Gait abnormalities
- Motor sequencing and coordination difficulties
- Muscle weakness
- Sensory and perceptual issues
- Swallowing disorders
Treatments and Services
We work closely with you and your medical provider to develop an individualized treatment plan that will help meet your health goals and use the latest technology and treatment protocols. Depending on your individual condition, your provider and rehabilitation specialist may recommend a range of treatments.
Our team of physical, occupational, and speech therapy experts will assist you with clinic and at-home therapeutic exercises and activities, assistive devices, task modification, and other daily coping strategies. We provide neurorehabilitation (combines neurology and rehabilitative medicine) and physical medicine and rehabilitation. Lymphedema evaluations and management are performed by a specially trained, licensed occupational therapist certified by the Lymphology Association of North America. Speech and swallowing therapy is provided by a licensed speech/language pathologist certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Pediatric patients are treated at the WVU Medicine Children’s Neurodevelopmental Center, and our physical, occupational, and speech therapists are experts in providing care to children with developmental disorders and delays, as well as functional difficulties that result from injury and illness. We work with families and a multidisciplinary team of providers to help each child achieve their optimal developmental and functional potential.
Monday – Friday
8 am – 5 pm