Rehabilitation Services

Facilities in Delta, Cedaredge and Hotchkiss

Physical Therapy
Physical therapists (PTs) are healthcare professionals that treat individuals of all ages, who have health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

PTs examine each individual and develop a plan of treatment using techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain and restore function. Our licensed therapists have been extensively trained to perform techniques that require manual skills, application of modalities, and instruction and prescription of exercises that are specific to each individual's unique needs.

We strive to help each patient achieve a maximum level of independence and provide health maintenance programs that allow patients to maintain their fitness level once they are no longer in need of formal PT. We offer a Transitional Gym Program that allows patients to continue with their exercise program on an independent level for two additional months after they are discharged from PT. We also offer an Aquatics Program that begins with an evaluation, followed by treatment at the Bill Heddles Wellness Pool with instruction for group classes.

If you are interested in touring any of our facilities, please call the specific clinic for an appointment. It is especially helpful for patients who are considering elective procedures, such as shoulder or knee surgery, to tour the clinic and meet the therapists who will be working with them postoperatively.

We staff PTs in the hospital inpatient, home care and outpatient settings. Patients are able to rehabilitate successfully with our team of therapists coordinating their care as they transition from one setting to the next.

We are proud to have PTs who specialize in wound care, lymphedema and pediatrics.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists (OTs) are health care professionals who also treat individuals across their lifespan but with the focus on the individual's ability to perform the daily routines of self-care, work and leisure. An occupational therapist evaluates both the person and their environment to identify methods of increasing the person's ability to perform tasks that are needed or desired. Interventions could be improving ability, changing the task, or recommending adaptive equipment or environmental changes to achieve the person's goals. Specialized areas of focus of our therapists include feeding, hand therapy, stroke rehabilitation and pediatrics. We currently have occupational therapists with extensive experience who work with individuals of all ages in a variety of settings to include hospital, outpatient and home health.

Outpatient Rehabilitation Locations:

296 Stafford Lane
Delta, CO 81416

Phone: 874-2250
Fax: 874-2461

365 W. Bridge Street
Hotchkiss, CO 81419

Phone: 872-1118
Fax: 872-4949

1240 S. Grand Mesa Drive
Cedaredge, CO 81413

Phone: 856-8587
Fax: 856-4406