Rehabilitation and Orthotic Services
Outpatient Physical Therapy
Outpatient physical therapy is a rehabilitation setting in which we use therapeutic procedures to help patients regain normal physical mobility and activities of daily living. The PT clinic uses individualized programs based on an initial evaluation to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, prevent disability or achieve other specific goals. Our clinic utilizes a variety of techniques to include therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, modalities and pool therapy to achieve those goals.
The Occupational Therapy Clinic offers a wide range of therapeutic and rehabilitation services for upper extremity pathologies and physical dysfunction. Based on a referral from a patient's provider, OT uses state-of-the-art tools, equipment and hands-on expertise to deliver top-notch care to beneficiaries. OT utilizes leading edge technology and treatment modalities to treat a myriad of upper extremity cumulative and acute trauma. The goal of OT is to return a patient to the maximal functional level of performance of activities of daily living prior to onset of injury or illness. Our clinic has the resources needed to fabricate custom hand, wrist and elbow splints as well as providing patient education on work task modification, energy conservation, work simplification, prevention and rehabilitation to promote an overall healthier lifestyle.
The Orthotic Laboratory also known as the brace shop is located in the basement of Wilford Hall, near the clinic entrance just around the corner from the Orthopedic Clinic. We provide orthotic services for pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients. Braces such as wrist, neck, back, knee, ankle braces and arch supports are available. We accept prescriptions from both military and civilian providers. Patients are required to bring their prescription and their military ID card to obtain treatment. Care is provided on a walk-in basis with minimal wait times. Some specialty items such as custom-made arch supports require a prescription from either a podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon.