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Rehabilitation Services

IU Health Arnett Rehabilitation Services

4.7 out of 5 stars (745 ratings)

When you visit IU Health Arnett Rehabilitation Services, you will receive compassionate, one-on-one care. Your care team will include physical/occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists & physical/occupational therapy assistants.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 765.448.8000.

We provide individualized care that focuses on optimal recovery and functional improvement and development of age-appropriate skills. Every patient receives personalized attention. Our hands-on treatment program will be carefully tailored to your specific needs. Our therapists use advanced techniques designed to restore normal strength, range of motion and flexibility to reduce pain, to improve skill and safety with feeding/swallowing, to improve communication & to improve cognitive skills.

Our expert therapy team will educate you on your condition. They will provide effective solutions to assist in your recovery and to improve your function. We provide care to everyone from infants to senior citizens.

About IU Health Arnett Rehabilitation in Lafayette

We provide individualized care that focuses on optimal recovery and functional improvement and development of age-appropriate skills. Every patient receives personalized attention. Our hands-on treatment program will be carefully tailored to your specific needs. Our therapists use advanced techniques designed to restore normal strength, range of motion and flexibility to reduce pain, to improve skill and safety with feeding/swallowing, to improve communication & to improve cognitive skills.

Our expert therapy team will educate you on your condition. They will provide effective solutions to assist in your recovery and to improve your function. We provide care to everyone from infants to senior citizens.

Physical Therapy

Our services include evidence-based approaches to physical therapy to treat common and uncommon conditions, including:

Approaches to therapy include:

Occupational Therapy

We can help those, of all ages, who need assistance due to a physical injury or disease. Our team wants to ensure you are able to reach assistance if needed.

Our assistance includes daily activities that will help you in areas such as:

We work to provide comprehensive evaluations and treatment plans that are designed based on your needs and goals. Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Speech-Language Pathology Services

We provide all the specialty care service you need to help you build and expand life’s most essential skills: the abilities to eat and communicate. Our services include traditional and non-traditional approaches to speech therapy to treat common and uncommon conditions, including:

  • Chronic cough
  • Cognitive disorders, such as difficulty with memory, reasoning, and problem-solving
  • Difficulty transition to solid foods (infants/toddlers)
  • Dysphagia/swallowing difficulties
  • Language disorders, including developmental and aphasia
  • Oral aversion, bottle aversion, food refusal (infants and children)
  • Oral motor delays
  • Speech and articulation disorders, including developmental, apraxia, and dysarthria
  • Stuttering and fluency disorders
  • Voice disorders, including vocal cord dysfunction (adults only)

We work with children and adults with a variety of underlying health conditions, including:

  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • Brain injury
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Cleft lip and/or palate, or craniofacial anomalies
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Complex medical history
  • Developmental delays
  • Down syndrome
  • Feeding tube presence (NG, G-tube, J-tube, GJ-tube, etc.)
  • Genetic and other congenital syndromes
  • Head and neck cancer
  • Hearing loss
  • Laryngectomy
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Stroke

Evaluation and treatment of feeding and swallowing disorders may include: · Outpatient feeding/swallowing evaluation

  • Modification of positioning for eating
  • Oral or pharyngeal compensatory strategies
  • Swallowing exercises to strengthen your mouth and throat
  • Use of specific vessels for drinking, such as specific cups or bottles
  • Video fluoroscopic swallow study (VFSS)/Modified barium swallow study (MBSS)

Our Services

Physical Therapy

Our services include evidence-based approaches to physical therapy to treat common and uncommon conditions, including:

Approaches to therapy include:

Occupational Therapy

We can help those, of all ages, who need assistance due to a physical injury or disease. Our team wants to ensure you are able to reach assistance if needed.

Our assistance includes daily activities that will help you in areas such as:

We work to provide comprehensive evaluations and treatment plans that are designed based on your needs and goals. Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Speech-Language Pathology Services

We provide all the specialty care service you need to help you build and expand life’s most essential skills: the abilities to eat and communicate. Our services include traditional and non-traditional approaches to speech therapy to treat common and uncommon conditions, including:

  • Chronic cough
  • Cognitive disorders, such as difficulty with memory, reasoning, and problem-solving
  • Difficulty transition to solid foods (infants/toddlers)
  • Dysphagia/swallowing difficulties
  • Language disorders, including developmental and aphasia
  • Oral aversion, bottle aversion, food refusal (infants and children)
  • Oral motor delays
  • Speech and articulation disorders, including developmental, apraxia, and dysarthria
  • Stuttering and fluency disorders
  • Voice disorders, including vocal cord dysfunction (adults only)

We work with children and adults with a variety of underlying health conditions, including:

  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • Brain injury
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Cleft lip and/or palate, or craniofacial anomalies
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Complex medical history
  • Developmental delays
  • Down syndrome
  • Feeding tube presence (NG, G-tube, J-tube, GJ-tube, etc.)
  • Genetic and other congenital syndromes
  • Head and neck cancer
  • Hearing loss
  • Laryngectomy
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Stroke

Evaluation and treatment of feeding and swallowing disorders may include: · Outpatient feeding/swallowing evaluation

  • Modification of positioning for eating
  • Oral or pharyngeal compensatory strategies
  • Swallowing exercises to strengthen your mouth and throat
  • Use of specific vessels for drinking, such as specific cups or bottles
  • Video fluoroscopic swallow study (VFSS)/Modified barium swallow study (MBSS)

For those who have experienced a long stay due to COVID-19, we will work with you to create a program that will make the transition home as seamless as possible. Our team of physical and occupational therapists, as well as speech and language pathologists, will determine your needs, work together to provide you with a comprehensive program, and offer expert outpatient care to you or your loved one.

This program may be right for you or a loved one if you are recovering and are facing problems such as:

  • Difficulty walking
  • Difficulty with balance
  • Difficulty carrying out your daily activities due to
    • weakness and/or shortness of breath
    • difficulty adapting to your environment
  • Needing help learning to use adaptive equipment (such as walkers and/or bathroom equipment)
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Difficulty using your hands for activities such as writing or cutting food
  • Vision problems
  • Difficulties with thinking such as
    • memory
    • reasoning
    • organization
    • problem solving
  • Difficulty with swallowing
  • Difficulty with communication such as
    • Difficulties speaking
    • Difficulties expressing your thoughts
    • Understanding what others are saying to you

COVID-19 Recovery Care

For those who have experienced a long stay due to COVID-19, we will work with you to create a program that will make the transition home as seamless as possible. Our team of physical and occupational therapists, as well as speech and language pathologists, will determine your needs, work together to provide you with a comprehensive program, and offer expert outpatient care to you or your loved one.

This program may be right for you or a loved one if you are recovering and are facing problems such as:

  • Difficulty walking
  • Difficulty with balance
  • Difficulty carrying out your daily activities due to
    • weakness and/or shortness of breath
    • difficulty adapting to your environment
  • Needing help learning to use adaptive equipment (such as walkers and/or bathroom equipment)
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Difficulty using your hands for activities such as writing or cutting food
  • Vision problems
  • Difficulties with thinking such as
    • memory
    • reasoning
    • organization
    • problem solving
  • Difficulty with swallowing
  • Difficulty with communication such as
    • Difficulties speaking
    • Difficulties expressing your thoughts
    • Understanding what others are saying to you

When you first step into the office, we want you to have a seamless and comfortable experience. In a typical visit, our care team will do all of the following:

  • Discuss any concerns you may have
  • Help you navigate any specialty care
  • Provide the necessary medical support
  • Review your medical and family history
  • Complete formalized assessments
  • Create a plan for ongoing care, if needed

Insurance

IU Health accepts most insurance plans. We recommend that you verify your benefits and eligibility with your insurance company before your visit.

Preparing for Your Appointment

Prior to your appointment, please bring the following:

  • Insurance and identification card(s)
  • Bring a copy of relevant medical records
  • A list of current medications, including over-the-counter medicines and supplements

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete any outstanding paperwork.

Amenities

IU Health Arnett Medical Office offers numerous amenities, including:

  • Free internet services with 24/7 wireless network available
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Lab services in the building

Parking

We offer free on-site parking for patients. Our parking lots and entrances are conveniently located to help patients and visitors get to their destination quickly. Patients may be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance of the building or as directed by your provider’s office.

My IU Health Patient Portal

The My IU Health patient portal makes it easy for you to navigate to self-schedule appointments with select providers, send messages to your care team, view results and pay a bill.

About Your Visitass

When you first step into the office, we want you to have a seamless and comfortable experience. In a typical visit, our care team will do all of the following:

  • Discuss any concerns you may have
  • Help you navigate any specialty care
  • Provide the necessary medical support
  • Review your medical and family history
  • Complete formalized assessments
  • Create a plan for ongoing care, if needed

Insurance

IU Health accepts most insurance plans. We recommend that you verify your benefits and eligibility with your insurance company before your visit.

Preparing for Your Appointment

Prior to your appointment, please bring the following:

  • Insurance and identification card(s)
  • Bring a copy of relevant medical records
  • A list of current medications, including over-the-counter medicines and supplements

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete any outstanding paperwork.

Amenities

IU Health Arnett Medical Office offers numerous amenities, including:

  • Free internet services with 24/7 wireless network available
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Lab services in the building

Parking

We offer free on-site parking for patients. Our parking lots and entrances are conveniently located to help patients and visitors get to their destination quickly. Patients may be dropped off or picked up at the main entrance of the building or as directed by your provider’s office.

My IU Health Patient Portal

The My IU Health patient portal makes it easy for you to navigate to self-schedule appointments with select providers, send messages to your care team, view results and pay a bill.