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The therapy and rehabilitation services at Holy Family Memorial aim to reduce pain, improve range of motion, increase strength and progress functional abilities for work and activities of daily living. Our experienced and highly qualified team is committed to meeting the needs of patients with a variety of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions and injuries.
Physical therapy is designed for people with injury, disability or dysfunction of the spine, shoulders and lower body. It is performed through manual therapy techniques, traditional exercises and aquatic pool exercises. Our physical therapists and athletic trainers provide evaluation and treatment for:
- Sports/recreational injuries
- Work-related injuries
- Lower back and neck pain
- Preoperative and postoperative orthopedic conditions/surgeries
- Muscle and joint strains and sprains
- Gait and balance disorders
- Foot pain
- Arthritis disorders
Physical therapy services are available without a physician's referral through our Direct Access Program. Learn more by calling (920) 320-3100.
Occupational therapy is used to treat an injury, disability or dysfunction of the hand, wrist or arm. Our occupational therapy team includes two certified hand therapists that provide evaluation and treatment for:
- Hand, wrist and elbow injuries
- Upper body work-related injuries
- Cognitive disabilities resulting from head injury
- Arthritis disorders of the hand
A non-invasive therapy that helps heal scar tissue that develops as a result of a trauma, surgery or overuse. This treatment helps rejuvenate muscles, tendons and ligaments in order to stimulate the body’s natural healing process and reduce pain.
Prehabilitation and rehabilitation for cancer patients
This type of therapy provides evaluation and treatment of dizziness and disequilibrium symptoms, including vertigo and balance issues.
This type of therapy treats the swelling of soft tissues, also known as lymphedema. It can also help patients reduce pain and inflammation from surgery, breast cancer treatments, or venous insufficiency.
Customized therapy programs can help men and women achieve bladder and bowel continence, decrease back and leg pain, reduce pain symptoms related to pregnancy or eliminate pelvic pain.
Also known as Functional Capacity Evaluation, PWPE is conducted to identify what a patient can perform safely when returning to work. It looks at dynamic strength, position tolerance, mobility, endurance, fine motor skills, balance and coordination.
- HFM Rehab Plus
- 1650 S. 41st Street
- Manitowoc, WI 54220
- (920) 320-3100
- HFM Lakefront Campus
- 800 Lakefront Way
- Two Rivers, WI 54241
- (920) 320-3100