Whether you’ve experienced an injury, illness or disabling condition, research shows the sooner you begin rehabilitation, the better your recovery will be.
Mary Free Bed offers inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation to help you recover safely and quickly. There are several types of therapies and the benefits of each vary from person to person. The main types include:
Recreational Therapy, including music therapy
While each one serves a specific purpose, they all share the same goal – to help you get better so you can enjoy life.
Inpatient physical therapy helps if you’re recovering from complex illnesses and injuries, and focuses on improving mobility so you can safely return home or transition to outpatient rehabilitation.
Mary Free Bed provides outpatient physical therapy when you graduate from an inpatient program and need to build upon your rehabilitation following:
Spinal cord injury
Concussion and Vestibular issues
Amputation, including prosthetic training
Debility after prolonged hospitalization
Other neurologic conditions
We also offer outpatient physical therapy for a wide range of musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions, including:
Ankle or foot pain and injuries
Back pain and injuries
Elbow, wrist or hand pain and injuries
Hip or knee pain and injuries
Ligament and tendon injuries
Pelvic health issues
Shoulder pain and injuries
Total joint replacements and post-orthopedic surgery rehabilitation
Outpatient physical therapy is offered at locations throughout the state.
Your initial session will include a thorough evaluation and assessment to determine an appropriate plan of care for the most efficient road to recovery. Depending on your condition, your appointment may include a functional movement screening, gait assessment, or other tests.
You’ll work closely with a physical therapist to identify goals and craft a personalized treatment plan to ease symptoms and enhance your function. This may include:
Our physical therapists have extensive training and experience treating patients with a variety of conditions. Many hold specialty certification or additional training in specific diagnoses and treatments, such as: