Nocona General Hospital Physical Therapy Department offers a full range of services to assist individuals in their recovery from orthopedic injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and neurological disorders. Under the direction of the referring physician, our team collaborates to create a comprehensive recovery plan for each patient. This teamwork helps patients better achieve their goals and individual treatment outcomes.
On staff, we have an orthopedic certified specialist, an advanced myofascial practitioner, a national board-certified athletic trainer, a traumatic brain injury specialist, fascial stretch therapists, a psycho-therapeutic yoga instructor, and an LSVT-trained therapist for those with a diagnosis of Parkinsonism.
Co-Directors, Kim Bruhn and Kirsten Patton
- Age-related decline prevention
- Generalized weakness
- Balance training/Fall prevention
- Vertigo and vestibular rehab
- Post-operative rehab (neck, back, shoulder, elbow, write, hand, hip, knee, ankle, and foot)
- Dry needling
- Myofascial release
- Exercise physiology
- Sports medicine rehabilitation
- Fascial stretch therapy
- Posture education
- Traumatic brain injury
- CVA/Stroke rehab
- Spinal cord injuries
- Autism/Sensory training/Special needs training
- Safety training
- Post-amputation rehabilitation
- Work-related injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Tendonitis
Speech-language therapists treat disorders of speech, language, cognitive communication, voice, swallowing, fluency, and related areas. The treatment we provide for each patient depends on the nature and the severity of the speech disorder.
Although countless wounds occur each year, chronic and complex wounds require the most skill, time, and resources to heal. Our team of experts consist of experienced wound clinicians and technicians who are dedicated to seeking healing options for your wounds.