Physical Therapy

 
Our physical therapy department offers a comprehensive program of evaluation and treatment for individuals who have experienced surgery, injury, illness, trauma or other debilitating conditions. 

HSHS Holy Family’s therapists possess specialized skills and knowledge in helping patients improve strength and function, minimize pain and maximize overall recovery.

What conditions do we treat?
- Orthopedic problems
- Sports and work injuries
- Neurological problems
- General medical problems
- Pain syndromes
- Post-surgical treatments

Our specialty programs include:
- Sports medicine
- Fall prevention
- Graston/Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
- Kinesiotaping
- Vestibular treatment
- Pediatrics gross motor
- McKenzie technique
- Back rehab/core strength
- Dry needling
 

Occupational Therapy

 
Occupational therapy sessions help patients rebuild strength, range of motion, motor skills and re-learn daily living skills such as feeding, bathing, dressing and cooking.  

Occupational therapists work to improve a patient’s strength and/or function in their hand and upper extremity to promote independence with all work and leisure skills. 

What conditions do we treat?
- Hand surgeries and fractures
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Arthritis
- Stroke/head injury
- Paralysis
- Low vision
- Parkinson’s (LSVT Big Certified)
- Spinal cord injury
- Wrist/hand injury
- COPD/debility
- Pediatrics (Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Developmental delay)

Speech Therapy

 
A speech-language pathologist (SLP) works with each patient and their physician to create an individualized program to improve their area of concern. The therapist will provide treatment and education to patients and their families. Speech therapy is offered to all ages from birth to adult. For those who need it, we also provide a Modified Barium swallow test. 

What conditions do we treat?
- Swallowing disorders
- Cognitive communication
- Articulation disorders
- Child language delays/disorders
- Stuttering
- Voice disorders
- Neurogenic communication disorders
 

Vestibular Therapy

 
Dizziness and impaired balance is the number one complaint of people over 70. These symptoms may occur suddenly or gradually over time. Vestibular therapy assists in the management of vertigo that may have occurred through disease, aging or injury. 

How can vestibular therapy help?
The physical therapist will conduct an evaluation by examining the patient’s range of motion, reflexes, vision, strength and musculature as needed to determine the most appropriate plan of care.

For diagnoses of BPPV, the physical therapist can correct the symptoms with a combination of changing head and body positions or maneuvers.

For other vestibular diagnoses, the physical therapist will construct a treatment plan to fix the areas of concern, which could range from gaze stabilization exercises to balance retraining. 

How do I schedule an appointment?

 

A physican’s referral is required to receive therapy. We will work closely with your physician to provide you with the exact care you need. 

Once referred, you can make an appointment by calling Holy Family Hospital at 618-664-2626 or our Vandalia location at 618-283-9040

We offer a variety of treatment times to meet the needs of our patients, including early morning and evening hours.

At your first appointment you will be evaluated by a therapist and further frequency of visits will be determined.



Is this covered by insurance?

Therapy is typically covered by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. Our office staff will verify your insurance eligibility and coverage. 


HSHS Holy Family Hospital Outpatient Rehab Locations

200 Health Care Drive, Greenville, IL 62246
Ph: 618-664-2626

1611 Veteran’s Ave., STE. C, Vandalia, IL 62471
Ph: 618-283-9040