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Rehabilitation Therapies




Our experienced rehabilitation staff provides quality individualized care that minimizes pain and maximizes function.

Our Occupational Therapy Staff provides evaluation and treatment of:

Sports related injuries
Work related injuries
Post-surgical rehabilitation
Motor vehicle crashes
Neurologic rehabilitation (stroke, spinal cord injury, peripheral neuropathy, etc.)
Vertigo
Arthritis
Sprains/strains/fractures
Tendonitis/bursitis

We are educated, trained, and experienced in providing the following treatments for the above conditions:

Progressive resisted strengthening exercises/core stability
Manual therapy
Neuromuscular re-education
Pain relieving modalities
Soft tissue and joint mobilizations
Orthotic fitting/prosthetic fitting/splinting/taping
Fluidotherapy    

Our Physical Therapy Staff provides evaluation and treatment of:

Sports related injuries from a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)
Work related injuries
Post-surgical rehabilitation
Motor vehicle crashes
Balance impairments
Neurologic rehabilitation (stroke, spinal cord injury, peripheral neuropathy, etc.)
Vertigo
Arthritis
Sprains/strains/tendonitis/bursitis
Tension/cervicogenic headaches

We are educated, trained, and experienced in providing the following treatments for the above conditions:

Progressive resisted strengthening exercises/core stability
Manual therapy
Flexibility/mobility activities
Gait/transfer training
Neuromuscular re-education
Pain relieving modalities
Traction
Soft tissue and joint mobilizations
Orthotic fitting/prosthetic fitting/splinting/taping  

Our Speech-Language Pathology Staff provides evaluation and treatment of:

Apraxia  (pediatrics and adults)
Dysarthria (pediatrics and adults)
Stuttering (pediatrics and adults)
Voice (pediatrics and adults)
Aphasia (adults)
Articulation and Phonological Processes (pediatrics)
Selective Mutism
Language Disorders
Autism
ALS, Dementia, Huntington's
Stroke
Traumatic Brain Injury
Laryngeal and Oral Cancer
Cleft Lip and Palate
Dysphagia

We are educated, trained, and experienced in providing the following treatments for the above conditions:

Augmentative Alternative Communication
Fluency Master
Vital Stim
Communication through sign language, pictures and verbalization's

How to schedule an outpatient appointment:


You must obtain a referral order from a licensed physician to begin rehabilitation. You may bring it to our scheduling department, or it can be faxed to us at: 912-369-9696.
Once we have your order, we will verify your insurance and inform you of any co-pays or co-insurances you may be responsible for, schedule your initial evaluation, and pre-register you.
On the day of your appointment, you must report to registration first, then to the rehab department where you will be asked to fill out a Medical History Questionnaire prior to being seen by your therapist. This form can also be completed before your visit by clicking the link above and printing it from our website.


Rehabilitation is not something that happens in one session; it's a process. It is designed to treat the underlying cause of your pain and not just the symptoms. Therefore, it will take regular participation for a period of time to achieve the desired outcome(s).

Our therapists are committed to helping you achieve your maximum potential, but it takes you, the patient, to actively participate in each therapy session. You may also be instructed in a home activity program that you will need to carry out on your own during, and probably after therapy. Completion of your home program, as instructed, will help make your therapy a success. We look forward to working with you!