Marion Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy Programs
At Marion General Hospital we provide outpatient physical therapy, occupational
therapy, and speech therapy in our Northwood Medical Center location and
outpatient physical therapy at our Upland Health and Diagnostics location.
We treat clients with pain in the spine, shoulders, hands, knees, or hips
during one-on-one treatment sessions with licensed therapists. We can
treat sports Injuries, post-operative conditions, acute and chronic orthopedic
conditions. We also treat hand injuries, strokes, total knee and total
hip replacements, rotator cuff surgeries, and more.
Physical Therapy services offer postoperative rehabilitation, therapeutic exercises, and
patient education, different manual therapy techniques (Certified ASTYM
clinicians at Upland, SASTM in Northwood), modalities, aquatic or pool
therapy, lymphedema treatments, dizziness or vertigo evaluation and treatment,
Occupational Therapy will address activities of daily living (ADL’s), treat hand or arm
injuries pre or postoperatively, perform wheelchair evaluations, fabricate
hand or upper extremity splints, improve gross and fine motor coordination
for the hand or arm.
Speech Therapy can work on communication or speech problems, conduct treatments following
a modified barium swallow study (MBSS), as well as perform vital stim
rehabilitation that uses electrical stimulation to help the swallowing muscles.
At the Rehabilitation Hospital of MGH we offer Physical Therapy, Occupational
Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology services for a wide range of difficulties
including the following:
- Chronic Pain
- Cardiopulmonary dysfunction
- Post-surgical conditions
- Wound Care
- Neurological disorders
- Injuries to the brain, spinal cord and back
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Orthopedic conditions
- Memory Loss and Dementia
- Swallowing deficits
- IV and tube feedings
Feel free to call us at (765) 660-7990 (Northwood) or (765) 660-7544 (Upland),
or visit any of our two locations for more information or to schedule
Ask the Director
Learn more about swallowing difficulties, or dysphagia, in this article
written by Ann M. Miller, MA, CCC-SLP, speech-language pathologist at MGH.