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Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehabilitation at East Jefferson

East Jefferson General Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Services offers you the highest level of personalized care. We strive to help you can reach your fullest potential quickly and safely.

We are ready to assist with all your rehabilitation needs including manual therapy, dry needling, and everything in between. With an extensive gym and top-of-the-line equipment, East Jefferson General Hospital employs more certified therapists than most stand-alone facilities in the area.

Appointments are made around your schedule, so call today and find out what our Outpatient Rehabilitation team can do for you!

Outpatient rehab services offered
  • Physical Therapy - diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range of physical impairments, disabilities and pain.
  • Orthopedic Care and Rehab – specialized treatment focusing on care of the orthopedic patient.
  • Sport Therapy – specialized treatment focusing on the care of the athlete and return to sports activity.
  • Manual Therapy – manual techniques focusing on soft tissue injuries, spine, and imbalances. This includes McKenzie techniques.
  • Vestibular rehab – specialized treatment focusing on care of the patient with problems with balance, coordination, or conditions that are causing these.
  • Neurological Therapy – specialized treatment focusing on care of the neurologically involved patient, which includes stroke, TBI, etc.
  • ASTYM/Graston – specialized soft tissue techniques to alleviate injuries to the soft tissue and increase recovery.
  • Kinesiotaping – specialized taping techniques to promote proper muscle balance and alleviate soft tissue pain and injuries.
  • Aquatic Therapy – specialized therapy in a warm pool setting addressing needs that cannot be done on land.
  • Dry Needling – a technique in which a solid filament needle is inserted into the skin and muscle directly at a myofascial trigger point. A myofascial trigger point consists of multiple contraction knots, which are related to the production and maintenance of the pain cycle.
  • Big and Loud – specialized therapy focusing on the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
Occupational therapy
  • Low Vision – treatment techniques to assist patients with low vision.
  • Lymphedema – specialized treatment techniques for Breast Cancer patients which facilitate improvement and function post-mastectomy.
  • Neurological Therapy – treatment focusing on patients in which their injury or illness has affected their neurological system. This includes stroke, TBI, and more.
  • Speech Therapy
  • Vital Stim – treatment which utilizes electrical stimulation to promote functional swallowing and assist in developing muscle activity.
  • Speech/Language therapy – treatment focusing on speech development.
  • Cognitive Therapy – treatment focusing on re-learning cognitive tasks.

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