The Department of Rehabilitation Services specializes in non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal pain and neurological rehabilitation. Our main focus is on function.
You may be limited in activity because of pain in your muscles, soft tissues or nerves. The goal of Rehabilitation Services is to use a comprehensive approach to returning you to a more active, healthful lifestyle.
Our board certified, fellowship trained physiatrists and therapists are specially trained in the non-surgical management of musculoskeletal pain and neurological rehabilitation of:
- Musculoskeletal dysfunction
- Neurological disorders
- Pediatric neurological and developmental disorders
- Post-operative care
- Sports injuries
Contact us by phone at 512.655.1210 or by fax at 512.655.1213. We accept ALL major forms of insurance.
Our team of physical therapists combine their specialized training and experience with innovative equipment to provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment. We offer individualized, one-on-one treatment sessions in order to provide the highest quality of care possible.
We offer the following:
- Manual therapy
- Spine rehab
- Sports injuries
- Pre and post-operative therapy
- Trigger point dry needling
- Therapeutic exercise
- McKenzie therapy
- Hand therapy
- Lymphedema therapy
Our facility includes an AlterG anti-gravity treadmill, which helps patients walk while minimizing stress on injuries, a sports-specific surface (indoor turf) that reduces risk of injury for athletes, and decompression/traction tables to reduce nerve compression and relieve pain.
Occupational therapists assist in restoring one’s independence and returning an individual to their everyday activities.
Treatments offered in the following:
- Lymphedema management
- Upper Extremity/Hand Injuries
- Tendon Repairs
- Joint Replacement
- Repetitive Use Injuries
- Manual Therapy
- Neurological Disorders
- Custom splinting
- Joint protection / Energy Conservation
- Desensitization Therapy
Speech Therapy provides evaluation and treatment of speech/language disorders. Therapists and patients work together to develop more clear and effective communication.
Stroke patients or those with the following conditions may also qualify for speech therapy:
- Parkinson's disease
- Motor neuron disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Huntington's disease
- Cancer of the head, neck and throat
- Voice problems