Healing to improve your daily life.

Our therapy program utilizes physical, occupational and speech therapy to offer a comprehensive approach to treatment. Therapy can be physical, supportive and healing. Let us get you moving in the right direction.

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Care that aims to ease pain and help you function, move, and live better.

Our therapists have extensive specialized training in caring for adults with orthopedic issues, including Graston technique and trigger point dry needling.

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Manage Symptoms and Improve Functional Mobility

Physical therapy can relieve pain using postural training, muscle strengthening, and flexibility exercises during and after pregnancy to address changes in posture, joint mobility, muscle imbalances, and bony alignment.

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Learn more about the specific therapeutic programs offered at Woman’s Center for Wellness.

    Our licensed speech and language pathologists offer therapies including:

    • VitalStim Swallowing Therapy
    • Aural Rehabilitation
    • Augmentative-Alternative Communication
    • Speech and Language Rehabilitation

    Speech and language pathologists also manage deficits in language by stroke and brain injury, swallowing disorders that can accompany neurological trauma, and evaluating swallowing ability and recommending diets and strategies to improve swallowing deficits.

    Our therapy team utilizes the Graston® technique and trigger point dry needling along with many other modalities to treat everything from plantar fasciitis to sacroiliitis. If you have pain from an accident, injury or a degenerative condition, therapy may help.

    Our osteoporosis prevention and treatment program offers education on exercise and nutrition in addition to a therapy program that includes weight bearing and cardiovascular exercise. We also offer whole body vibration therapy that may be helpful to individuals to prevent bone loss.

    We offer treatment for a variety of conditions for women that would benefit from pelvic therapy as teens, through pregnancy and/or menopause.  Men may also experience pain or incontinence, especially following prostate surgery. Unresolved pelvic floor issues may lead to sexual dysfunction in both men and women. Our physical therapists are specially trained to use both internal evaluation and biofeedback to assess the integrity of the pelvic floor muscles and determine the best treatment for you. 

    Lymphedema refers to swelling that generally occurs in your arms or legs.  It is commonly caused by the removal of or damage to your lymph nodes as a part of cancer treatment. Our therapists treat patients with the following techniques:

    • Manual lymphatic drainage
    • Vasopneumatic pump
    • Therapeutic exercise
    • Aquatic therapy
    • Compression bandaging
    • Kinesiotaping

    Our warm water therapy pool helps alleviate pain and increase movement to treat a variety of diagnoses. The pool helps advance patients from an acute/healing state to a strengthening/wellness state.

    Woman’s Audiology offers hearing screenings, hearing aids and custom earmolds for men, women, and children at Woman’s Center for Wellness.

    Knowing you have a hearing problem is the first step toward letting Woman’s Center for Wellness improve your quality of life. We offer a full range of hearing services for your entire family.

    Additional Interests

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      Is this right for you?

      Woman’s Therapy offers treatment for a variety of female conditions for your pelvic floor health. Conditions treated including pelvic weakness or pain, urinary incontinence, endometriosis, and more.

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      Renew and Restore

      Recover more quickly and completely than you would otherwise. Feeling well and being able to resume normal day-to-day activities is essential to enjoying a good quality of life.

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      Make movement your medicine.

      Exercise is Medicine® (EIM) program, an evidence-based approach to fitness that enables participants to manage symptoms of chronic illness or disease as well as improve overall personal health.