INSTITUTE FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
INSTITUTE FOR
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
Northwest Ohio's Premier Orthopaedic Hospital
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Physical & Occupational Therapies

Introduction

The Rehabilitation Staff at the INSTITUTE FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY is available to treat a
variety of orthopedic conditions. Some of the most common conditions we treat are the
result of injuries to the: rotator cuff, wrist, hand, back, knee, and ankle.

Prior to initiating treatment, a licensed Physical Therapist (PT) or Occupational
Therapist (OT) will complete a comprehensive evaluation. Once the evaluation
is complete, your therapist will work with you to design the appropriate treatment plan.

Reducing pain and returning patients to their prior level of function are some of the
primary goals held by our therapists. Various modalities, such as, heat, cold, ultrasound
and electric stimulation may be used to control pain levels. As your pain is under control,
the therapists will progress the activities, including: strengthening, stretching, manual therapy, patient education, etc.

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy

Rehabilitation Services includes both Physical and Occupational Therapy. Although the Occupational and Physical Therapists use many of the same approaches to patient care, including: therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, patient education and modalities, there are some slight differences in the patients they treat. The following is a generalized division of cases by body parts:

Anatomical   Discipline
Hand, Wrist and Elbow Occupational Therapy
Shoulder Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy
Spine and Lower Extremity Physical Therapy

Why Choose IOS Rehabilitation Services

  • Patient focused care
  • Emphasis on patient goals
  • Same therapist consistency
  • High patient satisfaction scores
  • Convenient location
  • Expanded hours of operation

Goals of Treatment

  • Reduction of pain
  • Return to work/home activity/sport
  • Increase strength and motion
  • Patient education
  • Improve balance / coordination

Services Include

  • Evaluation of orthopedic conditions
  • Development of rehabilitation programs
  • Home exercise programs
  • Mobility training
  • Strengthening programs
  • Splinting and bracing
  • Activities of daily living training
  • Sport specific rehabilitation
  • Body mechanic and posture training
  • Sports medicine
physical and occupational rehabilitation services

Additional Qualifications

In addition to providing licensed Physical or Occupational Therapists, many staff members possess additional certifications. The following is a list of additional certifications:
  • Certified Hand Therapist
  • Licensed Athletic Trainers
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Certified Pilates Instructor

Hours of Operation

Monday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm

To Schedule an Appointment or for more information

Call (567) 940-3341

Referrals are accepted from

  • Orthopaedic Physicians
  • Family Physicians
  • Physiatrists
  • Occupational Health Physicians
  • Chiropractors

Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Protocols

IOS surgeon rehab protocols.

IOS, 801 Medical Drive, Suite B, Lima, Ohio 45804
INSTITUTE FOR
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
801 Medical Drive
Suite B
Lima, Ohio 45804
Phone:  419-224-7586
  877-406-7098
Fax: 419-224-9769
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