Therapy and Rehabilitation

After an illness or accident, patients often suffer from pain, lack of strength, and decreased range of motion. But with the help of the therapists and other care providers at BSA, patients who live in the Panhandle region can return to a more normal, active lifestyle.

Our therapists are dedicated to helping patients improve through thorough assessments, individualized treatment programs, patient education and a life-long approach that includes prevention and self-management.

The David Kritser Rehabilitation Unit offers inpatient rehabilitation services to adults with acquired brain injury (traumatic brain injury, stroke and brain tumors), spinal cord injury, amputation, total joint replacement or other neurological and orthopedic conditions. The goal is to restore one to the highest level of physical, social, cognitive and emotional independence following a debilitating illness, injury or surgery. Inpatient rehabilitation services include:

  • Dietary counseling
  • Occupational therapy 
  • Orthotic (support brace)/prosthetics therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Social services
  • Speech therapy

Once the patient leaves the hospital, rehabilitation often continues at BSA Outpatient Therapy Services.

BSA Outpatient Therapy Services is a comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility offering a wide array of rehabilitation services, including:

  • Aquatic therapy
  • Cardiac rehab
  • Dietitian consults
  • Occupational therapy
  • Pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Wheelchair fitting

The BSA Cardiac Rehab Program offers a free six-week revolving education series which will cover topics related to heart and general health. Each class is taught by cardiac rehab nurses, dietitians, pharmacists and past program participants. Classes are open to the general public and current cardiac rehab patients, their spouses or caregivers. For a schedule of upcoming classes, please click here

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