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Physical Therapy


Physical Therapists can help improve the body¡¦s ability to move and function in daily life. Physical Therapists are health care professionals with the expertise to examine, diagnose, prevent, and treat injuries or illnesses that limit the body¡¦s ability to move and function. Physical Therapists team up with Physical Therapy Assistants to provide the best plan of care that will help decrease pain, reduce inflammation, restore function, and prevent long-term disability.

Physical Therapists work with patients of all ages and levels of ability. The IMH Physical Therapy staff provides outpatient, inpatient, and home health care to patients.
Common conditions seen by a Physical Therapist:
„X Arthritis
„X Stroke
„X Post-surgical rehabilitation
„X Low-back pain
„X Cervical pain
„X Poor balance
„X Injuries to the extremities

For more therapy information:


Call us at 1-815-432-2051
Fax us at 1-815-432-2069
E-mail us at info@imhrh.org

Outpatient Therapy Services are provided at the

Iroquois Regional Health Center
200 N. Laird Lane
Watseka, IL 60970