Outpatient Rehabilitation

Meridian's rehabilitation services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, and audiological services.

These programs are available to individuals of all ages who have experienced an illness, occupational injury, surgical procedure, or injury that limits normal daily activities or physical/cognitive development. Patients can participate in a single therapy or in a coordinated plan of several therapies.

Our experts in outpatient rehabilitation are dedicated to improving your quality of life, whether you are recovering from an injury or illness or working to improve communication skills in hearing and speech.

Our skilled staff and licensed therapists offer personalized programs in Audiology, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Pathology for all ages, children to adults.

We work closely with you, your family, and physician to help in your recovery and return you to full function and your normal daily routines.

Our rehabilitation facilities offer:

  • Physical Therapy and musculo-skeletal programs designed to obtain optimal functioning and physical performance.
  • Occupational Therapy programs that help maintain and develop skills to maximize independence at home, work or school.
  • Diagnosis and treatment of hearing disorders, along with helpful instructions and compassionate guidance for patients and families dealing with hearing impairments.
  • Evaluation and treatment of problems with speech, language, voice, fluency, feeding, swallowing, and related disorders.
  • Recovery and post-recovery cardiopulmonary rehabilitation to speed your recuperation, minimize your symptoms, increase your cardiovascular endurance, and improve your quality of life.
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Pediatric Therapy program provides evaluation, planning, and treatment for infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents from birth to 21 years of age.

    Therapy sessions address the particular needs of each child. The child and therapist work toward attaining skills that are developmentally age appropriate and/or functional for the child. Parents and families are invited to be part of the therapeutic process by assisting in the child's goal development and following through with a home program.
  • Industrial Therapy provides programs that are tailored to your personal and workplace needs, to help you and/or your employees stay healthy and injury free.

    We offer job site evaluation - Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE) and alteration, work hardening - structured program designed to maximize the client's ability to return to work. Injury prevention education including body mechanics training is integrated into this program. We guide injured employees through rehabilitation to promote faster recuperation and into a fitness-wellness program to help prevent further injury.

Wellness Resources

    • Overview of Physicial Medicine and Rehabilitation

      Overview of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

      Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), also known as physiatry, is a medical specialty that involves the process of restoring function for a person who has been disabled as a result of a disease, disorder, or injury.

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    • Meet Your Rehabilitation Team

      Meet Your Rehabilitation Treatment Team

      A multidisciplinary team approach for care and service is the basis of rehabilitation treatment.

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    • Rehabilitation Online Resources

      Online Resources - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

      Your complete library of online information about physical medicine and rehabilitation.

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