The rehabilitation staff at WCRMC is here to help guide you on your way to recovery. Whether you are facing new challenges returning to your daily life, job, or the athletic field, we are here to help. Our therapy staff is equipped to meet the needs of individuals recovering from a multitude of injuries and diagnoses. We offer wound care, sports medicine, pediatric rehab, geriatric rehab, acute care, and outpatient therapy to meet the needs of our clients with neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, and orthopedic injuries.
Physical and occupational therapy use a variety of interventions including pain management modalities and exercise to help individuals cope with pain and return to a more active lifestyle within his/her capabilities. Occupational therapy focuses on treating functional limitations related to the shoulder, elbow, and hand; whereas, physical therapist focuses on treating functional limitations related to the spine and legs. Speech therapy uses a variety of exercises and activities to help individuals return to swallowing and expressing himself/herself through speech.
Here is a list of some of the most common injuries and diagnoses we work with:
Come see us for your rehab needs! Our outpatient clinic is open Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30. You can be seen at our wound center on Thursday from 1:00-5:00; however, we will be happy to meet your wound care needs at any other time of the week during our hours of operation. All we need to start assisting you to a better, healthier life is an order from your physician. On your first appointment, we ask that you bring it along with your insurance card. Our friendly, clerical staff will be happy to assist you with setting up an appointment to meet us. Please come at least 30 minutes early for your first appointment to fill out some new patient information with our registration office. You should expect to spend about an hour with your therapist for your initial evaluation. He or she will discuss your limitations and come up with a treatment plan to assist with meeting your rehabilitation needs. Treatment visits usually last about 45 minutes based on individual needs.