Sports injuries, chronic disease or trauma can cause disability, impairment and pain.
The Division of Physical Therapy at Scott & White Healthcare assists patients in returning to a more active lifestyle.
Our licensed physical therapists specialize in patient-centered, individualized therapies designed to:
- Increase strength, endurance, coordination and range of motion
- Eliminate or reduce pain
- Improve your quality of life
In our ultramodern Bone & Joint facility, you’ll receive first-rate care, including:
- Individualized physical and cognitive assessment and goal setting
- A personalized intervention plan custom-designed to improve your ability to perform daily tasks and work-related skills
- Ongoing re-evaluation and follow-up to ensure you’re making progress
Our therapists work with patients across a:
- Wide range of ages
- Physical, neurological or developmental conditions
Some of the diagnoses we work with are:
- Balance retraining – highly specialized program designed to improve balance
- Geriatric concerns
- Balance disorders
- Hip and knee replacement
- Neurological disorders
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Brain injury
- Cerebral palsy
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Spinal cord injury
- Orthopedic difficulties and sports injuries
- Achilles tendonitis
- Anterior knee pain
- Chronic ankle sprains
- IT band syndrome
- Joint contractures
- Patellar tendonitis
- Plantar fasciitis
- Shin splints
- Spinal problems
- Upper extremity
- Trauma – work in collaboration with in-hospital and skilled units, speech pathology, occupational therapy, as needed
Why Choose Scott & White?
Our physical therapists work in close proximity and immediate consult with our senior staff physicians in our state-of-the-art Bone & Joint facility. You’ll receive unrivalled care during all stages of your therapy.
In the long-standing Scott & White tradition, our physical therapists provide you with compassionate, personalized care as you regain function, strength and ability.
Your therapist will evaluate you and identify your deficits and treat you according to those deficits. They’ll identify what your goals are and any special needs, aimed at decreasing your pain, keeping you independent and improving your function. There are lots of little tools to do that.
— Patricia Bennett, Director, Rehab Services