Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital offers an array of rehabilitation services to help patients recover from injuries, surgeries and other conditions. A variety of therapies are available on an inpatient or outpatient basis, as well as through Home Care.
Physical therapists evaluate and treat patients with a focus on mobility, strengthening, endurance, function, pain management and healing.
- Orthopedic Surgical—arthroscopies, spinal surgeries
- Orthopedic Non-Surgical—hip, knee, foot, shoulder, back and more
- Neurologic Conditions—balance, stroke, multiple sclerosis
- Sports Injuries—sprains, strains, ACL repair
- Work Related Injuries—herniated disc, back pain and overuse injuries
- Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunctions
- Cardiac Rehabilitation—phase III & IV
- Pulmonary Conditions—asthma, COPD, pneumonia
- Geriatric Conditions—weakness, balance, arthritis, gait disturbance
- Wound Care
- Aquatic Therapy
Occupational therapists work with patients of all ages with a focus on independence in self-care, work and leisure activities. Therapists facilitate upper extremety function, mobility skills for home and daily tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing and grooming.
- Splinting/Hand Rehabilitation
- Shoulder/Elbow Rehabilitation
- Neurologic Rehabilitation—Stroke
- Adaptive Equipment Recommendations (tub bench, grab bars, sock aid)
- Activities of Daily Living Instruction (dressing, bathing, preparing meals)
Speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat pediatric and adult patients with communication and swallowing disorders.
- Articulation and Language Disorders (auditory processing, developmental delay, cleft palate)
- Stuttering Disorders
- Voice Disorders
- Neurologic Speech-Language Disorders (stroke, traumatic brain injury, aphasia, dysarthnia, apraxia, cognitive communication deficits)
- Swallowing Disorders (bedside swallow, modified barium swallow)