At Providence Centralia Hospital, our rehab team works to get you on your feet again as quickly as possible. We develop a personalized treatment plan to help you feel and function your best. That way, you can get back to doing the things you enjoy after a serious illness, injury or surgery.
Physical, occupational and speech-language therapy can help you become as healthy and independent as possible. We provide reassurance and encouragement to help you believe in yourself so that you can feel confident in your abilities as you move forward.
We know there can be days when rehabilitation is challenging. But we make sure you’ll have highly trained caring therapists giving you just the right motivation and support to help you succeed.
Our rehabilitation team can assist you when you’re dealing with many different health challenges. Some of the conditions we can help with include:
- Amputation or loss of limb
- Bone fractures
- Damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments or cartilage
- Spinal cord injury
- Traumatic brain injury
- Balance issues
- Parkinson’s disease
- Chronic pain/neuropathy
- Heart disease
- Joint replacement
We’ll carefully evaluate your needs to determine which services will be most helpful to you. Our services include:
- Aquatic physical therapy
- Fall risk assessments
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Occupation therapy
- Physical therapy
- Pediatric therapy
- Pelvic health therapy
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
- Sports medicine
- Stroke and brain injury rehabilitation
- Vestibular rehabilitation
Our therapists are the backbone of your rehabilitation team. Those who may be involved in your care include physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.
Physical therapists help to get you moving well with exercise, hands-on care and education. They can help treat existing problems and show you how to prevent future ones. Occupational therapists focus on helping you remaster activities of daily living, such as grooming, bathing and eating. Speech-language pathologists assess, diagnose and treat communication and swallowing problems.
Therapy assistants may also be involved in your care. Nurses, dietitians, psychologists, counselors and social workers may join your care team as well.
Please bring a list of all your questions so we can take the time to address each and every one of them. You will leave with a home exercise program and instructions for how to schedule your follow-up appointments.
We encourage each person to bring:
- Picture ID
- Insurance cards
- Referral from your primary care physician (if required by your insurance plan)
- Co-payment (if required by your insurance plan)
- Wear lose fitting clothing that allows you to move and perform the tasks related to your physical therapy
Our clinic is set up to receive referrals from some local physicians. When we receive their referral via e-mail we will call to set up appointment. We will we give verbal instruction on the telephone and our prescription pads which we provide to many local physicians have maps giving helpful directions on our clinic locations.
It is the patient's responsibility to know what is covered by your insurance concerning number of visits and dollar cap amounts. We have a working knowledge of insurances but each policy is different.