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Rehabilitation Services

IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

4.8 out of 5 stars (333 ratings)

It’s time to stop letting pain hold you back. Therapists at IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation at Hazel Dell provide you with customized therapy designed to solve your unique challenges.

At IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation at Hazel Dell, no two physical therapy programs look the same. Our licensed physical therapists and occupational therapists use innovative techniques to target a broad range of conditions and injuries. We’ll help you get you back to enjoying the things you love.

Your focus is on getting better, and our focus is on you. We work closely with each individual to develop the skills and techniques that will help you with long-term healing.

Our Approach to Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

At IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in Noblesville, our goal is to provide you with knowledge and skills so that you are empowered in your recovery. Our therapists take the time to get to know you. We’ll be with you throughout your journey.

We approach patient care as if we are treating our friends and family. We’ll work with your care team, including loved ones and other IU Health physicians, to ensure you achieve the best outcome possible. It is our job to help you make substantial improvements and changes towards a better quality of life.

About IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

At IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation at Hazel Dell, no two physical therapy programs look the same. Our licensed physical therapists and occupational therapists use innovative techniques to target a broad range of conditions and injuries. We’ll help you get you back to enjoying the things you love.

Your focus is on getting better, and our focus is on you. We work closely with each individual to develop the skills and techniques that will help you with long-term healing.

Our Approach to Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

At IU Health Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in Noblesville, our goal is to provide you with knowledge and skills so that you are empowered in your recovery. Our therapists take the time to get to know you. We’ll be with you throughout your journey.

We approach patient care as if we are treating our friends and family. We’ll work with your care team, including loved ones and other IU Health physicians, to ensure you achieve the best outcome possible. It is our job to help you make substantial improvements and changes towards a better quality of life.

Our Services

We offer expert outpatient care for individuals who have had COVID-19. Especially if you had a long hospital stay, returning home and getting back to normal life may be difficult.

Our team approach includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech and language pathology. Our therapists will evaluate you or your loved one to 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

We offer expert outpatient care for individuals who have had COVID-19. Especially if you had a long hospital stay, returning home and getting back to normal life may be difficult.

Our team approach includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech and language pathology. Our therapists will evaluate you or your loved one to 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

The dedicated therapists and staff members will make sure your experience goes as smoothly as possible, from initial visit to follow-up appointments.

During your first appointment, you’ll meet with members of your physical therapy team, who will work closely with you to work on your specific mobility issues. Typically, physical therapy works over time, so you’ll be scheduled for a series of appointments.

How to schedule an appointment

A referral from your provider may be needed before your visit. You may call the IU Health central physical therapy and rehabilitation scheduling phone number at 317.962.9830 or contact us directly at 317.678.4200.

Insurance

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

Preparing for your first visit

To make the most out of your appointment, here are some helpful tips to help prepare you for your first visit.

  • Bring any post-operative instructions if you’ve recently had surgery.
  • 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.
  • Arrive 30 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.

Please provide 48-hours notification to reschedule or cancel an appointment.

In case your provider is not IU Health affiliated, 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 are located on the northwest corner of 146th Street and Hazel Dell in Noblesville. You will enter off of Hazel Dell. Drive around to the front of the building and enter the double sliding glass doors which face 146th Street. Once you enter the building, we are straight back in Suite 110.

Amenities

All of our facilities offer free Wi-Fi for visitors.

About Your Visit

The dedicated therapists and staff members will make sure your experience goes as smoothly as possible, from initial visit to follow-up appointments.

During your first appointment, you’ll meet with members of your physical therapy team, who will work closely with you to work on your specific mobility issues. Typically, physical therapy works over time, so you’ll be scheduled for a series of appointments.

How to schedule an appointment

A referral from your provider may be needed before your visit. You may call the IU Health central physical therapy and rehabilitation scheduling phone number at 317.962.9830 or contact us directly at 317.678.4200.

Insurance

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

Preparing for your first visit

To make the most out of your appointment, here are some helpful tips to help prepare you for your first visit.

  • Bring any post-operative instructions if you’ve recently had surgery.
  • 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.
  • Arrive 30 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.

Please provide 48-hours notification to reschedule or cancel an appointment.

In case your provider is not IU Health affiliated, 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 are located on the northwest corner of 146th Street and Hazel Dell in Noblesville. You will enter off of Hazel Dell. Drive around to the front of the building and enter the double sliding glass doors which face 146th Street. Once you enter the building, we are straight back in Suite 110.

Amenities

All of our facilities offer free Wi-Fi for visitors.

General Consent

You will be asked to review and sign this consent to receive care from our physicians and staff

Consentimiento General

Se te pedirá que revise y firme este consentimiento para recibir atención de nuestros médicos y personal

Forms

General Consent

You will be asked to review and sign this consent to receive care from our physicians and staff

Consentimiento General

Se te pedirá que revise y firme este consentimiento para recibir atención de nuestros médicos y personal