Physical Therapy intervention focuses on posture, locomotion, strength, endurance, cardiopulmonary function, balance, coordination, joint mobility, flexibility, pain control, and activities of daily living. Locomotion training may include the use of orthotic, prosthetic or assistive devices. Application of modalities include, but are not limited to heat, cold, light, water, sound, electricity, massage, mobilization and therapeutic exercise. Education is an integral part of each treatment plan.
A large, 22 x 40 foot therapeutic pool with easy walk-down access offers a wide range of therapy options:
Highly specialized and trained occupational and physical therapists offer hand and upper extremity injury therapy. Customized splint fabrication is available.
Certified and licensed therapists, extensively trained in lymphedema treatment and management, are available and offer:
Norman – Physical Performance Center Ph 447-1571
Physical Therapy is provided to individuals with physical impairments or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other causes. The focus is to increase the individual’s functional mobility and to maximize independence and safety once they go home. Treatments interventions include, but are not limited to, an evaluation and development of a treatment plan ; therapeutic exercise to develop strength and flexibility; functional training to facilitate self care, ambulation and stair climbing; wound care interventions are also provided to promote wound healing.
Norman – Porter Campus Ph 307-1712