Physical Therapy and Specialized Rehabilitation Programs
When it comes to rehabilitation, one size does not fit all. The program that works for you may be very different than the program that works for someone else. In addition to acute inpatient therapy, we offer outpatient physical therapy and numerous specialized rehabilitation programs that will help you reach your goals as quickly as possible.
If you are hospitalized, inpatient rehabilitation services are available at Atrium Medical Center, Upper Valley Medical Center and The Rehabilitation Institute of Ohio, a joint venture between Premier Health and Encompass Health.
Getting Back to Your Life
Whether you’re hospitalized or recovering at home, our certified team of rehabilitation therapists are prepared to help you. We have the knowledge, technology, and tools to restore movement, improve function, enhance independence, and maximize your quality of life.
Atrium Medical Center Ranks 43rd Nationally
In 2021, Atrium Medical Center ranked forty-third in the nation for rehabilitation services by U.S. News & World Report. The honor is a testament to the outstanding rehab team who provides this level of excellence to patients each and every day.
Keeping You Safe During COVID-19
You will find new safety measures in place when you schedule appointments and come to our facilities — all with the goal of keeping you safe as we care for you.
Our rehabilitation team is ready to help you get back to the things that matter most in your life. We offer locations close to you throughout Southwest Ohio, in our hospitals and in outpatient facilities. Check out our list of locations, or call the number of the hospital near you to learn more about rehabilitation services in your area.
Find providers credentialed at a Premier Health hospital to provide Rehabilitation services.
Orthopedic physical therapy focuses on improving the function of your entire musculoskeletal system, which includes your bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, and connective tissue.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is a U.S-based professional organization that represents over 100,000 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy.
Levels of care
Outpatient rehab physical therapy is designed for patients who are in need of physical therapy due to an injury or serious medical condition but are independent enough to receive these services while living at home.
Dry needling is a physical therapy technique used to treat pain and movement impairments. The technique uses a "dry" needle, one without medication or injection, which is inserted through the skin into the muscle. The goal is to increase the range of motion caused by muscle tightness or scar tissue.