Rehab Services

Restoring your independence

Our Physical Therapy team helps to regain function, improve mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit physical disabilities for patients of all ages who suffer from injuries or disease.

As part of an interdisciplinary team of medical experts, our highly skilled physical therapists work with you to restore, maintain and promote overall fitness and health while you are in our hospital and once you return home. If you are a patient in need of post-surgical follow-up or extension of medical care, our outpatient gym is fully equipped for a broad range of physical rehabilitation services.

Our physical therapy team treats these and other related conditions:

  • Anterior hip replacements
  • Balance disorders
  • Heart surgery
  • Myofascial pain
  • Neonates with feeding and developmental disorders
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Pediatric orthopedic injuries and surgeries
  • Posterior hip replacements
  • Scoliosis
  • Skeletal, joint and soft-tissue injuries
  • Spine surgery and spinal injuries
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
  • Total knee replacements
  • Total shoulder replacements and other shoulder surgeries
  • Work-related injuries
  • Wounds

Children's services

Working with children and high-risk infants, our occupational and physical therapists assess and treat infants with developmental and oral-motor deficits. They also make splints to correct musculoskeletal deformities. Our staff includes occupational therapists who are certified in advanced practice for Modified Barium Swallow Studies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

We offer occupational and physical therapy to infants who have been discharged from our NICU and also provide outpatient care at our High Risk Infant Follow-Up Clinic, located in our nearby Perinatal Center. Our therapists monitor the development growth of high-risk infants until the age of three.

Occupational and physical therapists at Valley Presbyterian Hospital are paneled by California Children's Services (CCS), a statewide program that treats children with certain physical limitations and chronic health conditions or diseases. CCS can authorize and pay for specific medical services and equipment provided by CCS-approved specialists.

Therapists work individually with children who have medical conditions that are physically disabling or require medical, surgical or rehabilitative services. These conditions include:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Club Foot
  • Congenital deformities
  • Global developmental delays
  • Involved neuromuscular diagnoses
  • Oral-motor deficits
  • Scoliosis
  • Torticollis

For information or to schedule an appointment, call 818.902.2941.