Rehabilitation services in Overland Park, Kansas
If you have been injured or recently had surgery, your mobility may be affected and you may be in pain. To completely heal, you may need help in the recovery process. One effective way to regain your mobility is through the inpatient and outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation (rehab) services offered at Overland Park Regional Medical Center in Johnson County, Kansas.
For more information about our physical therapy and rehab services, call (913) 541-5001.
Overland Park Regional Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval by complying with The Joint Commission’s national standards in healthcare quality and safety.
Our rehabilitation services
Our rehabilitation team works closely with patients, their caregivers and their physicians to establish individualized care plans. The ultimate goal is to improve patients' quality of life by enabling them to reach goals and gain personal independence. To help our patients succeed, we offer a range of rehabilitative therapies.
We offer physical therapy from skilled physical therapists to restore mobility and decrease pain through techniques, such as therapeutic exercise, joint mobilization and manual therapy. In some cases, an individualized physical therapy program can include vestibular and balance retraining and/or adaptation to prosthetic devices.
We offer occupational therapy to help patients in activities of daily living. Our skilled occupational therapists use adaptive equipment, sensorimotor skill training and exercises to assist patients with physical and developmental issues learn how to live independently.
Specialized rehab programs
To help patients recover physically and mentally from specific disorders, diseases and conditions, we offer the following specialized rehab programs.
Cancer rehab and wellness
As part of our hospital's commitment to high-quality cancer care, we offer a cancer-focused rehab program. Cancer rehab helps patients with cancer improve their physical functioning and overall wellness through individualized support, treatment and various rehab specialties.
We offer a robust cardiac rehab program in both inpatient and outpatient settings for patients recovering from pulmonary and cardiac conditions. Through our inpatient cardiac rehab, we provide intensive, personalized care from an experienced nurse. This program features medically supervised exercise and education to restore functionality and prevent future cardiac events.
Pelvic floor therapy
We offer a pelvic floor health program that helps patients with pelvic floor issues, such as:
- Post-surgical conditions
- Prepartum- and postpartum-related conditions
- Musculoskeletal conditions
- Urinary incontinence
Pediatric physical therapy and rehab
Overland Park Regional Medical Center is home to a pediatric specialty program that provides specialized care across a range of specialties, offering advanced surgeries and physical therapy and rehab. Our pediatric physical therapists have received special training in children's medical conditions. They evaluate a patient's specific needs and design a unique program to address any functional issues. We also work with primary care physicians to provide rehabilitative services designed to restore mobility and decrease pain.
Our pediatric occupational therapists provide interventions to children who have or are at risk of having developmental delays and are experiencing difficulties functioning in one or more areas. Occupational therapy helps children develop skills crucial for independent living.
Our sports medicine program provides preventive care, diagnoses and treatments for sports-related injuries and conditions.
A stroke can affect a patient's emotional and physical health. As part of HCA Midwest Health's commitment to excellent stroke care, we offer a comprehensive stroke rehab program. Stroke rehab can help stroke survivors with weakness, fatigue, pain and speech and swallowing issues.
Physical therapy and rehabilitation at HCA Midwest Health
Rehabilitation refers to the process of helping a patient recover from a serious injury or illness. Patients often have to regain strength and learn new ways of completing normal, daily activities. Physical therapy, a branch of rehabilitation, focuses on building strength and mobility after disease, injury or surgery.Learn about Physical therapy and rehabilitation
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