1125 West Jefferson Street
Franklin, IN 46131
Outpatient rehabilitation services are in the new 1165 Building on the Johnson Memorial Hospital campus.
Physical Therapy Hours
Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 7p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A physician prescription/order is required.
Appointment or Contact Us
Please complete the Medical History form below and bring it with you to your first appointment.
Our full range of physical therapy rehabilitation services include:
Kinesiotaping is a popular taping used to facilitate healing and provide support and stability for the muscles and joints. Compared to traditional taping methods, Kinesiotaping is more dynamic and allows your body to move, being that the tape has elastic properties. This taping method is used as a supplementary piece to physical therapy and occupational therapy to help with biomechanics, and symptom reduction, even once the patient has left the clinic.
Our therapists are certified to mold custom shoe orthotics for the company Sole Supports. These orthotics are used to treat an array of orthopedic conditions including plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, knee patellar-femoral syndrome, and general hip/back pain. Molds are completed to fit as precisely as possible, shipped, and in approximately two weeks your custom orthotic is ready.
SASTM (Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization) is a type of massage provided by specialized ceramic tools created by David Graston, a pioneer in soft tissue massage.These tools are used to treat many types of superficial musculoskeletal issues or injuries.
The vestibular system is located in the inner ear and is one of the main balance centers of the body. When this system goes awry, it needs retraining to restore the body's natural balance system to work correctly.This can include correcting specific problems in the inner ear and improving balance and decreasing your risk of falling.
Vestibular rehabilitation can help:
What to expect with vestibular rehabilitation:
Dry needling is the insertion of a thin filament needle into a myofascial trigger point, which is a painful and tight area in your muscle, by a certified physical therapist. Used for the treatment of chronic, acute and radicular pain, dry needling may be also improve your physical ability for work, sports and exercise.
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