Outpatient Rehabilitation Services at Queen of the Valley

DEDICATED TO OUR COMMUNITY

Our highly skilled outpatient rehabilitation team at Queen of the Valley Medical Center includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, and speech-language pathologists. Together, we are a team of medical professionals who are committed to helping each patient achieve their goals.

No matter your medical condition, our diverse group of licensed therapists are prepared to develop a customized solution to help you return to optimum health and independence. We treat populations ranging from pediatric to geriatric, diagnoses from orthopedic to neurologic; with all care provided adjacent to the main hospital at our state-of-the-art Wellness Center.

Letter from the Therapy Manager regarding COVID-19

SOME OF OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech-Language Pathology

  • Orthopedic and post-operative care
  • Sport or work-related injuries
  • Treatment of neurologic conditions including brain injury, balance, and vertigo
  • Chronic pain
  • Women’s Health including pelvic pain and incontinence issues
  • Lymphedema
  • Aquatic therapy in a warm water exercise pool
  • Help with activities of daily living such as eating, grooming, bathing, or dressing
  • Functional mobility training
  • Therapy to promote maximum mental function as a result of a brain injury, stress, or degenerative disease
  • Mobile function support, such as hand or extremity therapy
  • Speech disorders
  • Speech delay
  • Communication disorders
  • Swallowing difficulty
  • Cognitive impairments
  • Oral and laryngeal cancers
  • Esophageal disorders

HELPFUL INFORMATION

Clinic Hours: We are open Monday – Thursday from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM and Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Booking an Appointment: You will need a Rehabilitation Referral (or Prescription) from your doctor in order to start therapy. To book an appointment please call (707) 257-4089 - option #1, or stop by our clinic during regular business hours. Be prepared to inform our patient access representatives of your diagnosis, referring doctor, and insurance information.

Checking In for Your Appointment: When arriving for your appointment please check in at the front desk. Our team makes every effort to run on time, however, unforeseen circumstances such as late arrivals or emergencies occasionally require alterations to that time. If you arrive more than 10 minutes late be aware that your therapist may need to reduce your treatment time or reschedule the appointment.

Evaluation (First Appointment): Your evaluation will take about 45 minutes. During this appointment you will meet with your primary therapist and he/she will evaluate you and develop a treatment plan. Please bring appropriate clothes to your visit and plan to arrive 15 minutes early to your scheduled time to complete intake forms.

Follow-Up Appointments: Follow-up visits are typically either 30 or 45 minutes in length. The frequency and duration of your appointments is based on your current rehabilitation needs which will be identified and discussed with you on your first visit. Patients are encouraged to sign up for our text reminder service to get a reminder message 24 hours prior to each visit.

Cancelling an Appointment & Missed Visits: If you are unable to attend an appointment please call us as soon as possible so we can fill that spot. If you miss multiple appointments without notifying us or if we have not seen you for greater than 30 days you may be discharged from therapy. If you still wish to continue therapy services after having been discharged, you will need to obtain a new Doctor’s Referral to be re-evaluated. Read more about our appointment guidelines here [insert link to Appt Guidelines].

Appropriate Attire: Loose and comfortable clothing is recommended for your visit. Wearing a pair of shorts and sneakers may be best when working with leg injuries. Tank or halter-tops work well for shoulder examination and treatment.

Forms & Questionnaires

Links & Resources

First Day Intake Form

Patient Feedback Survey

APTA

AOTA

SPADI (Shoulder Pain)

WOMAC (Lower Body)

Speech Board

CPTA

NDI (Neck Pain)

LEFS (Leg Pain)

Women’s Health

FFI (Foot/Ankle Pain)

DHI (Dizziness)

Oswestry (Back Pain)

If you would like to tour our facilities or have a question about our services, we encourage you to call us at (707) 257-4089 to learn more.

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