Physical Therapy

Physical therapist, Tony Garcia, working with a patient.

Rely on the physical therapy team at Faith Regional Health Services to help you ease pain, rebuild strength, and increase your mobility. You’ll enjoy moving more comfortably after receiving education, hands-on care, and exercise plans from a physical therapist (PT).


Regain Your Lifestyle

During your physical therapy, we simulate real-life conditions to ensure you regain the skills needed to return to your daily activities. You’ll work one-on-one with your physical therapist during your entire appointment to equip you with the education and tools you need to return to your sport, work, or active lifestyle.


Conditions We Treat

Turn to our PTs for personalized attention to recover after an injury or surgery. You’ll find treatment for a wide range of conditions, including:


Benefits of Physical Therapy

When you receive physical therapy, you may:

  • Improve range of motion and greater strength
  • Increase coordination and balance
  • Prevent injuries
  • Rely less on pain medications
  • Avoid surgery, in some cases
  • Improve your outcome after orthopedic surgery
  • Return to sports, work, or your active lifestyle sooner after injury or surgery

Services & Treatments

Take advantage of many services and treatments to help you meet your goals. Your physical therapist may recommend:

A physical therapy assistant working with a patient.

  • Exercises to improve coordination, flexibility, and stamina
  • Aquatic therapy
  • Blood flow restrictive training
  • Education on reducing and preventing symptoms
  • McKenzie method
  • Modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation

What to Wear

Wear loose, comfortable clothing for most physical therapy sessions. This allows you to move freely and lets your therapist see and treat the painful area of your body.

Ask for a Referral

Ask your doctor to refer you to Faith Regional Health Services for physical, occupational or speech therapy. For more information, call 402-644-7396.

Deb's Story

After having knee replacement surgery, Deb started physical therapy right away so she could get back to doing the things she loves.

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