Rehabilitation services at Baylor Scott & White – White Rock offers a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation program. We specialize in the treatment of loss of function due to injury or illness and our goal is to restore healthy function and independence.
We treat a broad range of conditions, including:
- Orthopedic injuries
- Post-surgical conditions
- Back and neck injuries
- Spinal dysfunction
- Chronic pain
- Joint replacements
- Industrial injuries
- Neurological disorders
- Sports injuries
- Bells palsy
- Speech, language and voice disorders
- Vestibular and balance disorders
Our rehabilitation programs include:
- Aquatic Therapy Program
Water is known for its therapeutic properties. In our specially designed, equipped pool, we offer a safe, effective environment where patients can achieve recuperative goals. Aquatic therapy beneﬁts patients with arthritis, chronic back pain, total joint replacement, orthopedic injuries, stroke and those recovering from surgery.
- Balance Therapy
Physical therapists work with patient to identify risk factors for falls among high risk adults. Therapy is designed to meet the needs of everyone looking to improve balance, increase agility, develop muscle tone, and treat a wide variety of balance disorders including vestibular rehabilitation.
- Hand Therapy
Specialized services help those with injuries or disorders of the hands and arms. These can include burns, crush injuries, fractures, amputations, arthritis, joint replacements, sports injuries or repetitive motion problems.
- Occupational Therapy
The goal of occupational therapy is to help patients perform tasks of daily living such as feeding, dressing and bathing, and other life skills. Working to help patients improve coordination and ﬁne motor skills, therapists guide them in regaining maximum ability.
- Physical Therapy
Physical therapy is designed to help each patient achieve improved functioning and quality of life. Skilled therapists work with patients to help decrease pain while increasing strength, endurance, balance and range of motion.
- Speech Therapy
Experienced, certified speech-language pathologists help patients with communication or swallowing disorders improve their ability to interact and be understood.
- Spine/Back Therapy
This program helps those with spinal injuries resulting in pain and decreased motion, function and strength. Therapy can help relieve pain by correcting movement patterns and strengthening muscles that support the spine.