Every day, our rehabilitation specialists help hundreds of people work toward their recovery goals and get back to the activities they love. But don't let our size fool you - a personal approach is at the heart of what we do. Our therapists prove during every visit that they're focused on you and your goals for recovery.
Our therapists achieve treatment outcomes that are statistically better than the nation in fewer treatment sessions.*
When you choose OhioHealth for your outpatient rehabilitation, you can expect:
OhioHealth’s outpatient rehabilitation program provides comprehensive treatment for a wide range of injuries and conditions. We help people of all ages – infants to adults – move and function better, with less pain.
Our therapists specialize in specific conditions, which means they have the expertise and experience you want when it comes to providing the most effective treatment for your condition. Learn more
With convenient locations throughout central Ohio and surrounding communities, you can choose a facility that’s close to home or work. Make appointments when it’s best for you: including early mornings, evening and weekends at most locations.
Free accessible parking at all sites as well as free Wi-Fi.
Your first rehabilitation visit includes an evaluation (dress comfortably, such as in exercise clothing) and a discussion with your therapist about your rehabilitation goals. Your therapist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan.
Typically, you can expect a series of visits, two to three a week. Your therapist and referring physician will determine how often and how long your treatment should be.
You will need to bring the following items with you on your first visit:
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