Outpatient Therapy: Who Can Benefit

The need for outpatient rehabilitation may arise from a traumatic or repetitive injury, an orthopedic or neurological disorder, or a chronic or congenital illness. A new injury or the progression of a recurring problem that causes limitations in mobility, speech or hearing can all benefit from therapy. Therapists treat individuals with a wide range of conditions, including:

  • back/neck/shoulder pain
  • sports or work related injuries
  • arthritis 
  • stroke
  • fracture or sprain
  • hip/knee/foot pain                                
  • upper extremity injury
  • osteoporosis
  • trauma/motor vehicle accident
  • joint replacement         
  • hearing impairment
  • speech impairment
  • postoperative rehabilitation 
  • neurological disorders