Rehabilitation specialist working with a patient using physical therapy equipment
Rehabilitation specialist working with a patient using physical therapy equipment
Physical therapy, occupational therapy, stroke recovery, speech therapy and more

Rehabilitation Services


If your body isn't working or moving like it should, you might need to see a rehabilitation specialist or therapist.

Ballad Health's network of physical, occupational and speech therapists are here to help you get your body back to 100 percent as quickly as possible. Whether it's a sports-related injury, stroke, heart condition or developmental disorder, our skilled providers can develop a treatment plan that works for you.

Rehabilitation often takes place on an outpatient basis, which means you can live at home and come to us for treatment. However, if you require constant care, you may start with inpatient rehabilitation before transitioning to outpatient care as your condition improves.

Your therapy team will discuss your options so you can decide what will work best for you and your family.

Areas of Care

Conditions We Treat

What to expect

Rehabilitative services and treatments

If you're living with a chronic condition or recovering from an injury, your doctor may recommend rehabilitative treatment.

Skilled rehabilitation specialists

Depending on your unique needs, your rehabilitation team may include:

  • Assistive technology professional – Helps you choose and use equipment that makes your life easier and manage your condition
  • Certified hand therapist – Works to make any part of your arm move better
  • Certified manual therapist – Uses their hands to gently move muscles or joints, helping them heal
  • Maitland-trained therapist – Tailors hands-on therapy to your specific symptoms
  • McKenzie-certified specialist – Teaches you exercises so you can help treat yourself and manage symptoms
  • Pediatric-certified specialist – Specializes in therapy and rehabilitative care for children
  • Physiatrist (rehabilitation doctor) – Oversees your rehabilitative treatment
  • Vestibular-certified therapist – Treats dizziness and trouble balancing
Physical therapist holding a patient's leg