Rehabilitation Services

FMDH Rehabilitation Services is home to Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Cardiac Rehabilitation.

Physical Therapy:
Physical Therapy is the treatment of illness and injury by physical means. Our therapists work with patients in the outpatient setting, inpatient setting as well as our Transitional Care Program. Our primary patient load consists of musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries, however, we see neurological disorders such as cerebrovascular accidents, brain and spinal cord injuries and pediatrics. We offer treatment through exercise and movement but also manual therapy, kinesiotaping and dry needling.
Occupational Therapy:
We offer a full service OT program for outpatient and inpatient. Our skilled therapists work with pediatrics as well as orthopedics and patients with neurologic conditions of all ages. If you have any questions or concerns regarding physical, occupational therapy or normal development of your infant or toddler, or, if they have any known abnormalities, consult your physician regarding a possible therapy referral.
Cardiac Rehab:
Cardiac Rehabilitation is an outpatient program for people who have had a cardiac event, such as a heart attack, open heart surgery, and an angioplasty or chest pain. It is a multi- disciplinary program made up of specially trained staff, Doctors, dietitians, pharmacists, physical and respiratory therapists, stress managers, and psychologists. The 12 week comprehensive program is designed to help clients develop a healthier lifestyle.
Our clients exercise Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in a monitored environment following a progressive aerobic plan in the FMDH Fitness Center. Education for clients and family is offered, with special assistance for the individual needs of client. Our primary goal is to help each client build up cardiopulmonary strength to prevent further cardiac problems and prevent post-heart attack hospital admissions and complications. Following the 12 week initial phase, a maintained phase is available with continued supervised exercise for as long as the client wishes to continue. 

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(406) 228-3635