We have highly qualified clinicians in every region, many with board-certified specialties.
We use an individualized approach with all of our patients to empower each person with confidence, knowledge, and effective treatment strategies with the goal of reducing their dependency on medication, reducing healthcare costs, and reducing disability.
At OSF Rehabilitation, our physical and occupational therapists evaluate and treat all orthopedic conditions, from stable acute injuries to sub-acute and chronic conditions.
In addition, we also help post-operative patients restore function and quality of life, using post-surgical protocols, when appropriate.
OSF Rehabilitation evaluates and treats many orthopedic problems. Orthopedic refers to muscles, joints, bones, ligaments and tendons of the back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot.
Common orthopedic conditions include osteoarthritis, tendonitis, muscle strains, ligament strains, bursitis, healed fractures, joint replacements, post-operative conditions and more.
We will help you get back to life by working on strength, flexibility, endurance and independence to achieve your goals.
The first visit will take approximately 45 minutes to an hour. This provides the therapist time to talk with you and gather information and measurements.
Physical therapists or occupational therapists will work with you to determine the best treatment plan for your unique situation.
Your treatment will focus on teaching you how to manage your condition and get you back to your regular activities. Treatment may also include exercise, hands-on manual therapy, balance training and more.
You’ll need a physician’s referral to set up an initial evaluation appointment. Our schedulers will work with your patient to find the most convenient location and appropriate therapist.
What to Bring
Please bring your insurance card and a photo ID. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes that allows your therapist to examine the specific area being treated.
When to Arrive
Arrive about 15 minutes prior to your scheduled visit to complete your registration process. For children under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must be present for the initial appointment.