Methodist Health System Services
Inpatient Physical Therapy
Compassionate and experienced, Methodist Health System therapists provide a unique personalized approach to caring for the person.
Physical therapists can help restore function and improve the quality of life for patients through a non-surgical approach to treating impairments from illness or trauma.
Physical Conditions and Injuries
Patients in a hospital setting may receive physical therapy following some of the following situations:
- Orthopedic post-operative recovery
Knee or hip replacement, back surgery
- Stroke or brain injury
- Balance and Gait issues
- Poor endurance or weakness
- Post-amputation recovery
Our approach to therapy is designed specifically for the goals and abilities of each patient. Therapists from several disciplines may contribute to the care plan. Some of the areas of a care plan may also include:
Methodist Health System provides both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation centers, led by a group of physiatrists, physicians with specialized training in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Methodist Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center
Some patients may require additional therapy following their hospital discharge. We offer a specialized clinic, under the direction of our physiatrists, where patients can receive rehabilitative services in an outpatient setting.
Methodist Acute Rehabilitation Center
Some patients require a more intensive, continued inpatient therapy program to rehabilitate their injuries. Methodist Health System is pleased to house an inpatient program, fully accredited by the Center for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).