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Outpatient physical rehabilitation

An outpatient rehabilitation program allows patients to stay at home during their recovery and receive therapy on their schedule. It is usually less intensive than inpatient rehabilitation.

Outpatient physical rehabilitation center in Orange Park

If you are recovering from a surgery, injury or prolonged illness, our physical therapy and rehabilitation programs can help you get back to your life.

HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital gives you access to highly qualified, licensed therapists who take a multidisciplinary approach to deliver therapeutic rehab services. We tailor our outpatient programs to your needs, whether you are an adolescent, adult or senior.

Conditions treated with outpatient physical rehab services

Our specialists have experience creating individualized programs for conditions and injuries that include:

  • Acute and chronic spine pain
  • Amputations
  • Arthritis
  • Balance, gait and vestibular problems
  • Degenerative joint diseases
  • Neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, fibromyalgia and stroke
  • Orthopedic injuries and surgeries
  • Sports injuries

Our outpatient physical rehabilitation services

We work with you and your family to create a recovery plan that restores your independence and helps get you back on your feet.

About our outpatient rehabilitation center

We provide comprehensive outpatient rehab services in our Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, conveniently located in the Medical Plaza building on our hospital's campus. To qualify for outpatient rehab, you must receive a consultation and referral from their physician.

We perform an initial evaluation during your first visit to determine their specific needs and goals. Then, we create an individualized, uniquely customized rehab plan, which may involve a variety of therapies.

Physical therapy

Physical therapy helps to not only correct and prevent issues that might be causing pain, it also helps you regain function after an illness or injury. Your physical therapist may use a combination of therapies and techniques to help with mobility and reduce pain, including:

  • Exercise and strength training
  • Gait training to learn how to walk without further injury
  • Joint mobilization
  • Manual therapy, such as massage or the manipulation of muscles
  • Training to use a prosthetic device, walker, crutches or wheelchair

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy helps you recover and increase your independence by restoring the skills needed for regular activities and self-care after an injury at work. Our occupational therapists focus on helping you regain the mobility you need to perform daily tasks, which might include activities like:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Eating
  • Grooming

Speech pathology and audiology

Speech pathology addresses disorders of speech, cognition, communication and swallowing. Some of the services our speech pathologists offer include:

  • Audiograms (hearing tests)
  • Dysphagia assessment and treatments, including modified barium swallow
  • Feeding and oral therapy
  • Speech and language assessments to diagnose acquired language disorders and developmental delays
  • Voice therapy

Specialized rehab programs

We offer specialized rehab programs involving a combination of therapies to help you get back to the activities you enjoy after experiencing certain medical conditions. These programs include:

  • Cancer rehab — Cancer rehabilitation is part of our comprehensive oncology program. Our cancer-focused rehab team understands how a cancer diagnosis and the side effects of treatment and surgery can change how your body feels and moves. Cancer rehab helps improve and restore your physical functionality and emotional well-being.
  • Lymphedema rehab — Lymphedema is a condition causing swelling in the arms or legs due to a blockage in the lymphatic system. It can often appear after cancer treatment. Lymphedema rehab helps to decrease swelling and ease pain and discomfort. Some of the treatments include compression bandaging, education, exercise and manual decongestive therapy.
  • Vestibular rehab — Vestibular rehab involves specialized exercises and therapies to help with balance disorders and dizziness. Through this form of treatment, the brain can adapt to new ways of restoring balance in posture, movement, sight and coordination. Some of the services we provide include Canalith repositioning and electronystagmography (dizziness testing).

Insurance coverage for rehab

Our office team helps verify your insurance benefits and explains how your insurance coverage works. We accept most major insurances as well as Medicare, Medicaid and worker's compensation.

Award-winning rehabilitation care

Our team of specialists is committed to providing high-quality care, demonstrated by our recognition from various organizations.

We are recognized as a Newsweek Top 20 America's Best Physical Rehabilitation Center and part of the top 10 percent in the country as designated by the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation. Additionally, we are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities with Stroke Specialty and awarded for outstanding rehabilitation program performance.

Our Outpatient physical rehabilitation Locations

Currently Viewing:

Orange Park Hospital
2001 Kingsley Ave
Orange Park, FL 32073
 (904) 639 - 8500

Currently Viewing:

Orange Park Hospital
2001 Kingsley Ave
Orange Park, FL 32073
 (904) 639 - 8500
Putnam Hospital
611 Zeagler Dr
Palatka, FL 32177
 (386) 328 - 5711

36.2 miles

North Florida Hospital
6500 W Newberry Rd
Gainesville, FL 32605
 (352) 333 - 4000

53.3 miles