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Wesley provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative services to patients of all ages, with the goal of enabling them to achieve their highest possible level of functioning and independence. We have three convenient locations for our outpatient therapy services, allowing you to get back to optimal health quickly.

Our rehabilitation staff uses a multidisciplinary approach to design personalized treatment programs. Wesley Medical Center employs a variety of experienced specialists ranging from speech therapists to physical therapists. Team members maintain close communication with each other and with your physician, family members and any outside agencies involved in your personalized rehabilitation program. The team helps provide continuity of care, beginning with the earliest possible intervention and continuing through the transition to home or another facility.

In addition to our total joint replacement recovery program, our rehabilitation services include:

Acute rehabilitation

The acute rehab team works primarily with patients who have experienced a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, multisystem trauma, stroke or other neurological disease.


In this form of therapy, expert audiologists treat patients with hearing loss. These specialists work with patients to figure out treatment plans for balance, hearing, tinnitus and/or hearing aids.

Child development

The child development program provides therapy for children who have a variety of special needs.

Hand therapy

In this type of rehabilitation, occupational or physical therapists treat patients that suffer from conditions like burns, arthritis, sports injuries or fractures that affect the hands and upper extremities.

Occupational therapy

Wesley's occupational therapy department has a wide scope of services that can be provided to both inpatients and outpatients.

Physical therapy

Wesley's highly trained physical therapists provide comprehensive evaluation and establish a treatment program designed to fit each individual’s needs and condition.


This form of physical therapy is aimed at improving speech skills and oral motor abilities.