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Rehabilitation Services

IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

4.7 out of 5 stars (272 ratings)

IU Health Tipton Hospital offers comprehensive physical, occupational and speech therapy services in one convenient location. Our therapists work with you to create a care plan specific to your needs. We look forward to providing you with exceptional care. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 765.675.2663.

Our expert physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists work with you and your care team to ensure you receive a personal, effective therapy program. We use a wide range of advanced therapy treatments so that you achieve functional improvement and optimal recovery. This includes a hands-on treatment program that has been carefully tailored to your needs based on what matters most to you.

Our patients tell us they feel confident in the knowledge, professionalism and expertise of our team and they appreciate the warm, friendly welcoming environment. We look forward to serving you.

About IU Rehabilitation Services at IU Health Tipton

Our expert physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists work with you and your care team to ensure you receive a personal, effective therapy program. We use a wide range of advanced therapy treatments so that you achieve functional improvement and optimal recovery. This includes a hands-on treatment program that has been carefully tailored to your needs based on what matters most to you.

Our patients tell us they feel confident in the knowledge, professionalism and expertise of our team and they appreciate the warm, friendly welcoming environment. We look forward to serving you.

Physical Therapy

Our experienced team of physical therapists and assistants works with your physician and other members of the healthcare team to develop a treatment program for you. Our physical therapy services include traditional and specialty approaches to treat conditions including:

Approaches to physical therapy include:

Occupational Therapy

We work with people of all ages to help them function at their best, whether they are recovering from an injury or managing an ongoing condition. Incorporating our daily activities will help you in areas such as:

Depending on your needs and goals, we will work to create comprehensive evaluation and treatment plans that are right for you.

Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Speech-Language Pathology Services

We provide speech and language services for both adults and children focusing on communication, cognition and swallowing. Our highly skilled team will work with you to assess and treat conditions such as:

Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders include:

  • Bedside/outpatient swallowing evaluation
  • Modified barium swallow studies
  • Oral or pharyngeal compensatory strategies

The Specialty Care Center at IU Health Tipton Hospital is an office where our highly skilled physicians see audiology patients. This reduces the need to travel out of town for consultations and follow-up visits. For more information, please visit IU Health Speech Therapy.

Our Services

Physical Therapy

Our experienced team of physical therapists and assistants works with your physician and other members of the healthcare team to develop a treatment program for you. Our physical therapy services include traditional and specialty approaches to treat conditions including:

Approaches to physical therapy include:

Occupational Therapy

We work with people of all ages to help them function at their best, whether they are recovering from an injury or managing an ongoing condition. Incorporating our daily activities will help you in areas such as:

Depending on your needs and goals, we will work to create comprehensive evaluation and treatment plans that are right for you.

Learn more about occupational therapy services at IU Health.

Speech-Language Pathology Services

We provide speech and language services for both adults and children focusing on communication, cognition and swallowing. Our highly skilled team will work with you to assess and treat conditions such as:

Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders include:

  • Bedside/outpatient swallowing evaluation
  • Modified barium swallow studies
  • Oral or pharyngeal compensatory strategies

The Specialty Care Center at IU Health Tipton Hospital is an office where our highly skilled physicians see audiology patients. This reduces the need to travel out of town for consultations and follow-up visits. For more information, please visit IU Health Speech Therapy.

After a long hospital stay after COVID-19, all that you or your loved one want is to return back to normal life smoothly. We offer expert outpatient care for individuals who have had COVID-19. We work to provide that smooth transition from the hospital back to home.

In order to provide that smooth transition, our team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists work together to evaluate you or your loved one’s needs. After we determine your needs, we’ll create a program to help you achieve your goals.

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

After a long hospital stay after COVID-19, all that you or your loved one want is to return back to normal life smoothly. We offer expert outpatient care for individuals who have had COVID-19. We work to provide that smooth transition from the hospital back to home.

In order to provide that smooth transition, our team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists work together to evaluate you or your loved one’s needs. After we determine your needs, we’ll create a program to help you achieve your goals.

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

From the moment you step into our office, we want to ensure you have a seamless and comfortable experience. During a typical appointment, our care team will do 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

Insurance

IU Health accepts most insurance plans. Before you visit, we recommend that you verify your benefits and eligibility to ensure there is no miscommunication.

Preparing for your first visit

It is important to make the most of your first visit. To do so, we have provided a list of helpful tips to read over before you have your first visit:

  • Bring any post-operative instructions if you’ve recently had surgery.
  • Bring your therapy referral if you received a paper copy.
  • Bring insurance card(s) and identification.
  • Bring a list of current medications, including over-the-counter medicines.
  • Wear comfortable, loose, clothing that you can move around in and allows access to injury or surgical site, if applicable. Wear closed-toe shoes unless a foot/ankle injury requires other support.
  • Arrive 30 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.

In case your provider is not an IU Health provider, also please:

  • Have your provider send medical records to us before your scheduled visit or bring the information with you during your visit. These may be sent via fax or through the mail.
  • If you’ve had any imaging procedures such as X-ray, CT or MRI, be sure to bring reports or films with you. You may also have them sent to us by your provider.

Parking

We have convenient and accessible parking south of the hospital. You may enter through hospital entrance #1 or the medical office building entrance #8.

Amenities

We offer numerous amenities, including:

  • Free WiFi
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Nearby restaurants
  • Onsite Gathering Space Café with food/coffee
  • Outdoor balance path

About Your Visit

From the moment you step into our office, we want to ensure you have a seamless and comfortable experience. During a typical appointment, our care team will do 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

Insurance

IU Health accepts most insurance plans. Before you visit, we recommend that you verify your benefits and eligibility to ensure there is no miscommunication.

Preparing for your first visit

It is important to make the most of your first visit. To do so, we have provided a list of helpful tips to read over before you have your first visit:

  • Bring any post-operative instructions if you’ve recently had surgery.
  • Bring your therapy referral if you received a paper copy.
  • Bring insurance card(s) and identification.
  • Bring a list of current medications, including over-the-counter medicines.
  • Wear comfortable, loose, clothing that you can move around in and allows access to injury or surgical site, if applicable. Wear closed-toe shoes unless a foot/ankle injury requires other support.
  • Arrive 30 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.

In case your provider is not an IU Health provider, also please:

  • Have your provider send medical records to us before your scheduled visit or bring the information with you during your visit. These may be sent via fax or through the mail.
  • If you’ve had any imaging procedures such as X-ray, CT or MRI, be sure to bring reports or films with you. You may also have them sent to us by your provider.

Parking

We have convenient and accessible parking south of the hospital. You may enter through hospital entrance #1 or the medical office building entrance #8.

Amenities

We offer numerous amenities, including:

  • Free WiFi
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Nearby restaurants
  • Onsite Gathering Space Café with food/coffee
  • Outdoor balance path