Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center Physical Therapy

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Program

The purpose of physical therapy is to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, recovery, and rehabilitation of persons with neuromuscular, orthopaedic, dermatological, pulmonary, cardiac, and other disabilities. Physical therapy uses heat, electrical stimulation, exercise, facilitation techniques, and assistive devices as a means to prevent permanent disability, to restore a patient’s functional capacities to an optimal level, and to maintain that level of performance. Patients of all ages – infant to geriatric – are treated; however different techniques may be used due to the age of the patient.

Programs We Offer

Memorial Hospital’s Physical Therapists are professionally qualified by graduating from an accredited physical therapy program approved by the American Medical Association in collaboration with the American Physical Therapy Associationand have passed the national registration examination, allows them to be licensed in the state of Indiana.

Therapy is done by a registered Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy Assistant. Services include:

  • Evaluations and therapeutic exercise
  • Electrical stimulation/interferential
  • Myofascial pain treatment
  • Manual therapy including Astym
  • Orthotics/bracing
  • Ultrasound and phonophoresis
  • Back education
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS); hot/cold packs
  • Gait training; and assistive devices

Therapy programs are developed to address the specific needs of each patient.

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