Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
At Indiana University Health Bedford Hospital, our highly skilled physiatrists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists support you throughout your recovery.
Our therapists help you get back to your daily routine using exercise, massage and many other non-invasive therapies. Our licensed staff offers care in the hospital and at outpatient clinics so you can receive convenient therapy at every stage of treatment.
We treat problems and help you learn how to prevent future injures by rebuilding your strength and endurance. Using innovative therapies and the latest research, we create personalized treatment plans that fit your needs and specific conditions. Our team of therapists works closely with you to help you achieve your treatment and rehabilitation goals.
Our physical therapy services are designed to help you regain function and relieve pain while restoring, maintaining and promoting overall fitness, mobility and health.
Our physical therapists and physical therapy assistants combine specialized exercise and massage techniques to help relieve muscle and joint pain. Working closely with your orthopedic doctor, primary care physician and home health nurse, we help people regain their strength, balance, mobility and endurance after an illness, injury or surgery.
Occupational therapy services help enable and empower patients to return to their daily living activities and live more independent, productive lives. Our occupational therapists and occupation therapy assistants are involved in pain management and recovery from effects of illness or injury.
Our occupational therapy staff members specialize in restoring the function necessary for you to complete day-to-day tasks such as bathing, dressing, homemaking and work related skills. Our team works closely with your physician, employer and school personnel to help you return to your normal daily activities as quickly as possible.
Speech and language therapy professionals specialize in helping patients of all ages learn to better manage communication and swallowing disorders, which may be due to a stroke, head injury or developmental delays in children. Our team collaborates closely with your neurologist, primary care physician, dietitian, audiologist and school personnel.