Medical Services Physical and Occupational Therapy The goal of physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) at St. Elizabeth is to help you recover from injury, surgery or other health issues that may keep you from the everyday activities that mean so much to you. We’re right here for you with one-on-one rehab that’s tailored to you. Find a Location Find a Doctor Physical and Occupational Therapy Menu Physical & Occupational Therapy Neurological and Movement Disorder Therapy Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Do's and Don'ts Resources FAQs IMPORTANT NOTICE We have returned to normal business hours and seeing patients in each of our clinic locations. Please call (859) 212-5400 to schedule an appointment. Find a Physical or Occupational Therapy Location One-On-One Rehab Sessions Unlike providers that have therapists working with four or five patients at a time, St. Elizabeth physical and occupational therapists offer full sessions where you are the only patient. After a thorough evaluation, our licensed therapists will create a program that’s tailored to you, to help you reach your personal goals. This focus on you can lead to better care and a faster recovery. Numerous Locations and a Team of Experts We’re all about flexing muscle — and your options. That’s why you can choose from 12 convenient therapy locations and work with our network of doctors, athletic trainers and therapists, all with the backing of the Orthopaedic Institute at St. Elizabeth. It’s a full spectrum of care that’s right here for you. Source: FOTO database comprised of 34.2 million assessments, 23,723 clinicians and 5,613 clinics. A Direct Path on Your Care Journey When you’re already dealing with pain and discomfort, you want a path to care that doesn’t take a lot of twists and turns to get you feeling better. Physical and occupational therapy at St. Elizabeth can lead you on a straight path to recovery. For instance, if you have lower back pain, physical therapy can help you avoid opioid prescriptions, advanced imaging services such as MRIs, and visits to the emergency room. This can make your care journey more affordable, effective and hassle-free. A Wide Range of Therapy Services Physical and occupational therapists at St. Elizabeth treat patients of all ages and offer a broad range of services that include: Physical Therapy (PT) Common Conditions: Arthritis Back and Neck Pain Chronic Pain/Fibromyalgia Falls Headaches Incontinence Joint Replacements Osteoporosis Post-Mastectomy/Lymphedema TMJ/D (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder) Parkinson's Disease Stroke,Traumatic Brain Injury and other neurological disorders, vertigo Specialty Services Aquatics Balance Rehabilitation Custom Orthotics Dry Needling Fall Prevention Gait Training Hand Therapy Orthopaedics Manual Therapy Pelvic Health (Men and Women) Sports Medicine Vestibular Rehabilitation McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy LSVT BIG Women’s Health Women's Health Physical Therapy Work Rehabilitation Occupational Therapy Common Conditions: Arthritis Post-Mastectomy/Lymphedema Parkinson’s Disease Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and other neurological deficits Specialty Services: ADL (Activities of Daily Living) and fine motor training Cognitive Rehabilitation Custom Splints Dexterity, Balance and Coordination Activities Energy Conservation Hand Therapy Home Management Training LSVT BIG Orthopaedics and Post Joint Replacement Your Next Steps After Therapy Once you complete your PT and OT sessions, you can expect to have a very good understanding of your diagnosis. We’ll also give you exercises and show you how to adjust your activities to help improve your movements, strength and overall function. Speech Language Pathology This department offers a full range of speech, language and swallowing services for people of all ages. The goal of the Speech Language Pathology Department is to provide services and education to prevent, identify, diagnose and treat communication, cognitive and swallowing disorders. To learn more about our Speech Therapy services, click here. Ready to Take the Next Step? To make an appointment for an initial evaluation, please call Central Scheduling at (859) 655-7400.