Physical & Occupational Therapy
Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
Rehabilitation services, such as physical therapy and occupational therapy, provide effective treatment for many orthopedic conditions and play an important part in injury prevention, nonsurgical treatment and post-op recovery.
New patients: For an appointment or more information, please call us at 913-319-7633 or email us at email@example.com
Established patients: Please call us at 913-253-8980 or send us a fax at 913-253-1760.
Performance Rehab Clinics
In addition to our Rehabilitation Services that we offer on-site at KCOI, we are proud to reach more clients through our additional physical and occupational therapy clinics around the Kansas City area through Performance Rehab.
One-on-One Therapy Sessions
To provide highly attentive, personalized care, all our rehab therapy sessions are conducted one-on-one between the patient and the physical or occupational therapist. While some other hospitals and providers offer group sessions managed by physical therapy assistants (PTAs), certified occupational therapy assistants (COTAs) or athletic trainers, our team includes only fully licensed and registered therapists who work with patients individually to ensure the expert level of care every patient deserves.
Advanced Training & Certifications
Our rehab therapy team includes board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists (OCS), and all our occupational therapists are Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs). Additionally, many of our physical and occupational therapists have advanced training and certifications in manual therapy, Astym® treatment, Kinesio Taping®, Sportsmetrics™ (a type of ACL injury prevention program), work conditioning and sports medicine.
We create a personalized treatment plan and home exercise program for every rehab therapy patient, taking into account your previous injuries, strengths and weaknesses to get you back to your daily activities as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our therapists will map out a plan to help you:
- Regain mobility
- Improve function and range of motion
- Increase strength
- Improve balance and coordination
- Prevent future injuries
- Relieve pain