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Physical Therapy

Brian Voos, MPT
(785) 284-1537

Jena Halls, DPT
(785) 284-1537

Kelli Ulrich, DPT
(785) 284-1537

At the Sabetha Community Hospital Physical Therapy Department, we take pride in our quality of care and our commitment to our patients. Our goal is to work with patients to relieve pain, improve mobility, restore impaired functions and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities. Our Physical Therapists; Brian Voos, Kelli Ulrich, and Jena Halls will develop an individualized program of care tailored to your unique needs and abilities. Our therapists and team of licensed Physical Therapy Assistants treat patients with a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Back and neck injuries
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Foot posture
  • Arthritis
  • Trauma and fractures
  • Rehabilitation following surgery
  • Strokes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Work-related injuries
  • Wound Care
  • Balance
  • Parkinson's Therapy
  • Vertigo / Dizziness
  • Pelvic Health
  • Aquatic Therapy

The Physical Therapy department at SCH offers a variety of therapeutic techniques and uses state-of-the-art therapeutic equipment in our treatment regimes. Your therapist will closely monitor your exercises and therapies during your sessions and may prescribe a home exercise program to reinforce your treatment. In addition, we will show you techniques to prevent recurring injury and to maintain your renewed mobility. For more information about Physical Therapy services offered at the Sabetha Community Hospital call (785) 284-1537.

Pediatric Physical Therapy
Jena Halls, DPT/L

What is Pediatric PT?

Pediatric physical therapy focuses on improving physical function and optimizing movement for children 18 years of age and under.
  • Promotes activity and participation in everyday routines
  • Increases functional independence
  • Improves strength and endurance
  • Facilitates motor development and mobility
  • Eases challenges of daily caregiving

Patients who might benefit from pediatric PT include?

  • Recovery from a sports-related or non-sports-related injury
  • Delays in developmental milestones
  • Muscle weakness or imbalances
  • Poor coordination
  • Neurological & musculoskeletal conditions
  • Genetic disorders
  • Decreased flexibility
  • Increased or decreased muscle tone
  • Poor posture
  • Difficulty with functional mobility

For more information about Pediatric Physical Therapy Services at the Sabetha Community Hospital or to schedule an appointment, contact the Therapy Department at 785-284-1537.
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