Rehabilitation Therapy Services
Doylestown Health Rehabilitation Therapy offers a full range of services to help patients improve their quality of life and level of independence including physical, occupational, and speech therapy. In addition, several of our therapists are certified or trained in specialty areas including vestibular therapy, lymphedema management, female and male pelvic floor therapy, Parkinson’s BIG® and LOUD®, voice therapy, and hand therapy. Our therapy team works together to provide a coordinated, seamless care experience.
Physical therapists offer a wide range of therapies to
help those with disabilities, pain or injury. Our team develops a personalized therapy program to meet the needs of each
Doylestown Health offers specialized therapy for patients recovering from an amputation. Therapy aids patients in increasing
strength, mobility and endurance, and in the fitting and use of prosthetics. To learn more about amputation therapy, call
Cancer rehabilitation is therapy that may be necessary at various stages of cancer treatment. Specially-trained therapists
provide treatment and education that are both preventative and restorative in nature. The program can start as early as diagnosis
and continue through treatment and beyond. Common reasons for treatment include chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy,
deconditioning, balance/gait problems, range of motion limitation and
lymphedema management. For more information about
rehabilitation after cancer treatment, call 215.345.2892.
Lymphedema is permanent chronic swelling (edema), often caused by cancer, surgery, trauma or a vein problem. Our certified
lymphedema therapists are specially trained in comprehensive
lymphedema management therapy.
Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT)
Complete decongestive therapy (CDT) is used to treat
lymphedema, a permanent chronic swelling condition. CDT
combines manual lymphatic drainage, compression bandaging, therapeutic exercises, compression garments and proper skin care.
Physical and occupational therapists help patients
recovering from orthopedic surgery or injury regain
independence and maximum function.
Orthotics are foot supports that are used to reduce back pain and help with common foot conditions, like heel and arch pain,
leg fatigue, corns and calluses, and bunions. Doylestown Health's Rehabilitation Therapy department can assist with the
fitting of orthotics.
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ) is a common
dysfunction of the jaw. TMJ is susceptible to overuse, inflammation, tightness and spasms in the surrounding muscles. Therapy can
assist with pain relief, improved mobility and function.
Vestibular rehabilitation is a specialized type of
physical therapy in the treatment of vertigo, dizziness, imbalance and falls. Vestibular therapy is also used to treat symptoms
Pelvic Floor Therapy
There are muscles in the vagina and rectum called the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles assist with bladder, bowel, and sexual function as well as in daily function. Dysfunction can lead to weakness, pelvic pain or embarrassing situations. We have highly skilled and specially trained physical therapists who specialize in treating both Female Pelvic Floor dysfunction as well as Male Pelvic Floor dysfunction in private treatment rooms.
This program improves physical, thinking and communication skills after a brain injury,
stroke or other
Hand therapy is specialized rehabilitation for
conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities caused by illness or injury.
Occupational therapists help patients gain independence
and overcome difficulty performing activities of daily living.
speech therapists offer comprehensive therapy for
patients with speech, language, cognitive, voice and swallowing disorders.
Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
Ambulatory Center, 1st Floor
593 W. State St.
Doylestown, PA 18901
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Acute Inpatient Care
Our physical, occupational and speech therapists are part of an interdisciplinary team that work with patients admitted to
Doylestown Hospital to prepare them for their return home or another level of care based on their condition and diagnosis.
Therapists are an integral part of the care team, participating in the planning and treatment of surgical, neurological and
Our inpatient services are provided 7 days a week.
Electrodiagnostic (EMG and nerve conduction) studies play an important role in evaluating patients with nerve and muscle disorders. Patients experiencing muscle pain, numbness and tingling, neck pain, back pain, muscle weakness and muscle cramps may be referred for testing.
MossRehab, the largest provider of inpatient and outpatient physical and cognitive rehabilitation in the Philadelphia region (and part of the Einstein Healthcare Network), operates a 12-bed satellite inpatient facility in Doylestown Hospital.