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Pictured is a child and a young worker doing rehabilitation excercises.

Rehabilitation Services

Inpatient Physical Therapy

Wilson Medical Rehabilitation Center's team of therapist work one on one with patients admitted to the hospital (acute or swing bed). Patients in our swing bed program, also known as Rehab U Transitional Care, receive services six days a week.

Home Health Physical Therapy

Physical therapy can be provided in a patient's home, caregiver's home or assisted living facility to speed recovery from illness, injury or surgery.
Home based therapy allows patients to develop independence with daily activities in a convenient and comfortable setting. This type of therapy helps individuals regain physical motion and strength and will be able to treat:
Loss of balance
Difficulty walking
Joint and back pain
Joint replacements
General weakness after hospitalizations

What is Physical Therapy

Physical therapy will help to restore and improve movement and function. During the first visit, a therapist will perform an evaluation which leads to the creation of a plan of care with specific goals to achieve optimal function and to allow patients to return to their daily routine at work. Patients return for treatment visits based on the plan of care established during the first visit.

What can be treated with outpatient physical therapy?

* Worker's compensation injury
Sports injury
Generalized weakness
Pre-Post orthopedic surgery
Decreased balance
Chronic pain
Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo

Physical Therapy Frequently Asked Questions

How long can I expect physical therapy sessions to take?
We allow up to one hour for patient treatment sessions and individualize each treatment for each patient's specific needs.

What can I expect during a treatment session?
You can expect one-on-one treatment sessions with a therapist. You will receive a home exercise program to reinforce skills provided during the treatment session.

How many sessions will I have?
The plan of care will determine how long patients will come to therapy. A typical treatment plan duration is 4-6 weeks.

How can I receive Physical Therapy Services?

Visit your doctor and discuss your concerns.
Ask your doctor if physical therapy will help.
Get an order for physical therapy with the diagnosis determined by your doctor.
Call to schedule your first appointment. 620-325-2253

Rehabilitation Services

* Provides Inpatient and Outpatient Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Services
Provides Home Health Therapy Services
Provides Athletic Training Services
3 Registered Physical Therapists, 1 Certified Lymphedema Therapist
5 Certified Physical Therapist Assistants (CPTA)
1 Registered/Licensed Occupational Therapist & Certified Lymphedema Therapist (OTR/L, CLT)
1 Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant & Certified Lymphedema Therapist (COTA, CLT)
1 Certified Athletic Trainer

Rehabilitation Team

Heather Odell, PT, Director of Rehabilitation and Industrial Therapy Services
Emily Haynes, DPT, CLT-LANA
Pam Ysusi, Home Health PT
Tiffany Sanders, CPTA
Megan Stewart, CPTA
Courtney Kuszak, CPTA
Dan Wiziarde, Home Health CPTA
Katelyn Staggs, Home Health CPTA
Lori Gore, OTR/L, CLT
David Hoard, COTA, CLT
Taylor Rohleder, LAT,ATC
Lacy Kerr, Rehabilitation Services Coordinator
Kira Frankenbery, Home Health Coordinator


Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is located next door to, Get Fit 24/7
604 Main
Neodesha, Kansas





Driving Directions coming on Highway 400:

Exit on to Highway 75 (Neodesha/Topeka exit)
Turn on to North Highway 75
Go east on Highway 75 into Neodesha
Continue on Main Street/ US 75 east
604 Main Street is on the left

Driving Directions coming on Highway 75:

Start out going west toward Neodesha
Continue on Main Street/ US 75 east
604 Main Street is on the right