The Corry Memorial Hospital rehabilitation team maintains a personal, individually tailored approach to treating each person, not just the illness or disability. Our therapy specialists will develop the right plan to meet your recovery needs.
For questions or referrals, please contact us at (814) 664-4641.
Our team of experienced licensed physical therapists and physical therapist assistants is dedicated to getting you back to your pre-injury function, improving your current function and getting you back to work, sports and activities. Specialties include geriatrics, orthopedics, wound care and pain management. We offer state-of-the-art equipment and have a licensed therapist on staff.
Services for adults and children:
- Orthopedic evaluation for injuries and post-surgery
- McKenzie-certified spine specialist for low- and mid-back and neck problems
- Balance problems, including diabetic neuropathy, and vertigo and vestibular training
- General musculoskeletal problems such as “pulled muscles,” fibromyalgia and weakness from injury, stroke or overuse
- Neuromuscular reeducation following stroke, TIA or brain injury
- Sport-specific training for athletic injury and return
Our experienced, certified and licensed occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants provide customized individual treatment plans and interventions from birth to geriatrics, specialized to each patient’s and families’ specific needs in conjunction with the physician’s orders.
For pediatric patients, therapy focuses on developmental delays and/or birth defects. The therapy staff provides orthopedic intervention to help patients gain strength, return to work and increase the functional use of their hands, elbows and shoulders.
- Hospital inpatient and rehab services
- Hand and upper extremity/orthopedic injuries
- Neurological and neuromuscular injuries such as stroke, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries
- Splint fabrication
- Pediatric outpatient services including ADHD, ADD, autism, birth defects, developmental delay, sensory integration issues, and fine motor and gross motor delays
- Wheelchair evaluations
- General musculoskeletal issues
- Adaptive equipment training
Patients must have a physician’s script to receive occupational therapy.
An experienced, certified and licensed speech-language pathologist designs services to meet the needs of inpatients and outpatients for a variety of communication and swallowing disorders. People with communication disorders are young, old and in between. Their challenges may have existed from birth or resulted from disease or an accident.
Services for children:
- Articulation/speech disorders/delay
- Language disorders/delay
- Vocal disorders
- Special summer program for preschool and school-age children
Services for adults:
- Dysphagia/swallowing impairments
- Modified barium swallow studies
- Neurologically impaired communication disorders: aphasia/apraxia/dysarthria
- Vocal disorders
- Cognitive linguistic disorders
Therapy for outpatients typically consists of 45-minute sessions one to two times a week, Monday – Friday. A comprehensive rehab program will be coordinated for children and adults who also require occupational or physical therapy.