Inpatient Rehab Phone: 580-821-5266
IP Rehab Coordinator Phone: 580-821-5265
IP Rehab Fax: 580-821-5263
Great Plains Regional Medical Center
Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation
Dedicated to improving the lives and mobility of our patients. Therapies are tailored to specific capabilities or injuries.
Specializing in the treatment of patients who have had a stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury, and other neurological-related diagnoses.
Specializing in the treatment of patients who have had orthopedic injuries such as a hip fracture. In addition, other procedures such as hip and knee replacement may also qualify.
Strength and Flexibility Training
Specializing in exercises that help increase muscle strength, maintain bone density, improve balance and reduce joint pain.
Modified Barium Swallow Studies
Modified barium swallow is specifically aimed at evaluating the swallowing process in individuals who have difficulty speaking or swallowing food without aspirating. Once the cause of impaired swallowing is identified, the most appropriate treatment can be determined.
Balance Training/Vestibular Rehabilitation
Specializing in the development of individualized physical activity plans to help improve the strength, stability and mobility of people with balance problems. Numerous conditions including vision problems, arthritis and muscle weakness are associated with an increased risk of falling.
Physical therapy utilizes various techniques and treatments to help patients who are facing daily challenges, including orthopedic, neurologic, balance and vestibular conditions. At Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation, our team uses a combination of therapeutic interventions, including manual manipulation and exercise, to improve movement and function, relieve pain, and expand movement potential.
Occupational therapists work with individuals who have physical, mental, developmental, and cognitive conditions. We utilize advanced techniques to help patients recover from injury, regain skills, and provide supports for those experiencing physical and cognitive changes. Our goal is to improve each patient’s ability to perform daily activities.
Speech Language pathologists help patients with a wide range of treatments to improve communication, language, cognition, and/or swallowing skills. Our speech language team works with our patients to improve memory, and learn problem solving strategies, reasoning, and organizational skills.