Women's Physical Therapy
Due to the increase of cesarean sections and hysterectomy surgeries in American women, pelvic pain or bowel/bladder control is a common problem for females. A physical therapist with specialized training can effectively treat many of these conditions.
Balance & Dizziness Program
Falls are the number one cause of emergency room visits for all age groups. If you suffer from dizziness, imbalance, motion or frequent falls, St. Cloud Hospital Balance & Dizziness Program can help you. Using the same advanced computer technology as NASA does to train astronauts, we can help improve the quality of your life and reduce the risk of injuries.
With advances in cancer treatment and survival, today’s cancer patient may face secondary side-effects. Therapists with specialized training can effectively treat a variety of health conditions including: lymphedema, balance problems, neuropathy, fatigue, pain and many others.
Driver Evaluation Program
Did you experience an illness, accident or significant medical event that affected your ability to drive? This program evaluates an individual’s performance for safe return to driving.
Do you experience cognitive and memory changes that interfere with everyday activities? Therapists can help modify activities, maximize safety in the home and/or provide recommendations for alternative living situations which provide more assistance/supervision.
Neck & Back Program
Do you have neck or back pain lasting longer than 8-12 weeks? Or have you had multiple episodes of pain during the past year? Learn about a non-surgical approach that uses 8-12 weeks of strengthening to increase flexibility and strength and decrease pain.
Do you suffer from bone, nerve or tendon injuries, nerve compressions, arthritis or tendonitis? Hand therapy could help you decrease pain, increase motion and improve strength.
All you need is an order from your provider. Call 320-229-4922 for an appointment.
Your care team
Specialists in physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology work closely with:
- Social workers
- Other medical specialists
Learn more about these medical specialists