Physical Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy is an integral part of both inpatient and outpatient treatment at Millcreek Community Hospital. The outpatient occupational therapy staff provides orthopedic intervention to help patients gain strength, return to work and increase the functional use of their hands, elbows and shoulders. Our therapists treat a variety of orthopedic, medical, surgical and neurologic cases.

Physical Rehabilitation

Our outpatient therapy services are available when you need them

Our therapists treat a variety of orthopedic, medical, surgical and neurologic cases. Our goal is to maximize recovery from injury, illness, or surgery, and promote exercise, fitness, and healthy living.

Our dedicated team of rehabilitation professionals will work with you and your family to develop a program individually tailored to your needs. Prompt return of our patients to work, sport and pain-free living is our top priority.

Physical therapy is an integral part of both inpatient and outpatient treatment at Millcreek Community Hospital.

Outpatient Physical Therapy

All of our outpatient physical therapy services (with the exception of aquatic therapy service, which remains suspended at this time) have transitioned back to the LECOM Medical Fitness & Wellness Center located at 5401 Peach St.

Call (814) 868-2260 to schedule an appointment.

Outpatient Occupational Therapy

Our experienced, certified and licensed occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants provide customized individual treatment plans and interventions for adults, specialized to each patient’s specific needs in conjunction with the physician’s orders.

The therapy staff provides orthopedic intervention to help patients gain strength, return to work and increase the functional use of their hands, elbows and shoulders.

Services

  • Hand and upper extremity/orthopedic injuries. We do not issue splints at this time.
  • Neurological and neuromuscular injuries such as stroke, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries
  • Sensory reeducation
  • Visual perceptual and visual motor deficits
  • Fine and gross motor coordination
  • General musculoskeletal issues
  • Adaptive equipment training
  • Activities of daily living (ADL) training

Patients must have a physician’s script to receive occupational therapy.

Call (814) 868-2260 to schedule an appointment.

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