Physical Therapy

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Physical Therapy is a medical profession at bachelor’s, master’s level and/or doctoral level of education in physical therapy to utilize comprehensive evaluation skills to help bridge the gap between patient’s current state of physical wellbeing and where the patient’s prior level state was to achieve best outcome/goal. At Jackson County Regional Health Center we strive to provide a 1:1 ratio of care to evaluate, analyze findings and design a specific treatment plan to reach your goals. Physical therapy services are for anyone struggling to complete any type of daily activity, recreational activity, sports related activity or any mobility related activity due to pain, weakness, stiffness, imbalance or related equipment needs. With a commitment to service excellence we provide effective treatment programs expressly designed to meet your specific needs.

Here at Jackson County Regional Health Center we are unique to provide treatment to our Patient Care unit including 23-hour observation care, Inpatient care and Skilled Care services to improve the patient’s medical condition, improve their level of independence and achieve discharge to home at highest level of physical performance tailored for you. We also provide Outpatient Physical therapy  for many commonly diagnoses  including:  Joint Pain and Movement Dysfunction, Spine Pain and Dysfunction, Post-Surgical Recovery, Total Joint Recovery (Knees, Hips, Shoulders, ankles), Vestibular (Dizziness) & Balance Disorders, Soft tissue Injuries, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Chronic Pain, Sports Injuries, Headaches, TMJ Disorders, Neurologic Conditions and Disorders, Amputation recovery, Work Injuries and conditioning, Concussion Management, Sports Injury and Recovery. 

Our Physical Therapists have been certified in the Graston Manual Therapy Techniques for soft tissue injuries. Graston Technique therapy is successful in effectively treating all soft tissue conditions, whether they are chronic, acute or post-surgical. Graston therapy can help you enjoy life again. Our unique technique and instruments enable the treatment of scar tissue and muscular tissue restrictions during rehabilitation that allows for faster recovery and with greater success when the goal is restoring range on motion, eliminating pain and restoring normal function.

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy
Pelvic floor physical therapy treats a variety of conditions in which your pelvic floor muscles may be too weak or too tense, which we would address during our treatment sessions with stretching, strengthening, education, and more.
The following can be treated with pelvic health PT:
  • bladder leakage
  • overactive bladder
  • pelvic pain
  • pain with sexual intercourse
  • pelvic organ prolapse
Our therapist with a special interest in pelvic health solely treats females at this time. Evaluation and treatment consists of assessing pelvic floor, core, and hip musculature and surrounding structures to address deficits to improve function and your overall quality of life. Further questions, or not sure if this sounds like you? Feel free to contact the clinic to speak with our pelvic health therapist to further discuss your concerns!