Helping patients achieve their optimal level of function is the goal of Salina Regional Health Center's rehabilitation program. We have a vast array of rehabilitation services including inpatient and outpatient physical therapy, sports medicine, speech, occupational and recreational therapy. Special cardiac rehabilitation and pulmonary rehabilitation programs are also offered for those who have had a heart attack, bypass surgery, angioplasty or chronic lung disease. And our Infant Child Development program can help infants and toddlers with development disabilities.
Our therapists are highly trained and utilize various approaches to help you recover, no matter what the need. We view our involvement with you as a partnership, where we have a responsibility to keep patients at the center of all we do. Our goal is to provide the highest quality therapy in a safe, caring environment using the latest equipment and techniques, working with our patients to progress towards the goals we establish together.
We also provide therapy services to Occupational Health Partners, Salina Regional’s occupational service line for employers, located at 2265 S. 9th St., Salina. We have WorkWell certified therapists that provide pre-employment screenings, on-site job analysis, job description consultations and functional capacity evaluations. For more information about services offered by Occupational Health Partners, visit www.comcarepa.com/ohp.php or call 785-823-8381.
Inpatient, outpatient or in-home, Salina Regional's Rehabilitation specialists are here to help you get back to what you enjoy doing most. Whatever your needs are you can find help at Salina Regional Health Center's Rehabilitation Program.
For more information about any of our services or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at:
Inpatient Therapy - Occupational, Physical, and Speech: (785) 452-6787
Outpatient Therapy - Occupational and Speech: (785) 452-6787
Outpatient Physical Therapy: (785) 452-6668
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