Physical and Occupational Orthopedic Rehab
Horizon's hallmark program leads the way in comprehensive orthopedic care. Our licensed physical and occupational therapists deliver an exceptional level of care and use current techniques to maximize the recovery and outcomes for our patients.
Specialized wrist and hand care are available alongside clinicians experienced in preventative as well as pre and post–op orthopedics. Treating those in our community with care, experience, and exceptional service is what we do best.
Pre–Op Rehab, PreHab
We can help you prepare for joint replacement surgery. Multiple studies site the benefit of early intervention and the merits of pre–surgical exercise. Improve your rate of recovery through pre–surgical therapy.
Education on adaptive equipment and improving range of motion.
Establish expectations for post-surgical recovery.
Wrist & Hand Therapy
Our Certified Hand Therapist will help you maximize the recovery from your injury, get your hand and upper extremity back to normal and teach you how to prevent future injuries. We will develop an individualized and condition–specific therapy program to give you the maximum results possible.
Some common conditions treated include:
Muscle Strains, Sprains
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Aquatic Therapy & Care
The area's only indoor, heat resistance pool.
Aquatic Therapy provides safe and efficient exercise to decrease pain, heal and improve stability. At Horizon Rehabilitation we have the area's only indoor, heated, resistance therapy pool, as well as Certified Aquatic Therapists on staff.
For patients who are in pain and are weakened due to an injury or disability, aquatic therapy is a great solution. The natural buoyancy of water reduces the stress on the body and helps patients exercise easier with less pain. Also, the natural pressure of water reduces joint and soft-tissue swelling and provides enough resistance to strengthen muscle.
We offer customized aquatic therapy for patients with any of the following:
Difficulty walking or limited weight-bearing capacity
Extremity injuries, which prevent regular conditioning on normal surfaces or in athletic participation
Spinal dysfunction, which prevents exercise on normal surfaces due to pain, immobility and/or compression
Pregnancy-related musculoskeletal pain
Total hip/knee/joint replacements
Unsuccessful attempts at land-based therapy