Ozarks Healthcare Therapies takes a team approach to meeting each patient's therapy needs. In cases when a patient requires more than one rehabilitation service, all therapists work together with the patient and his or her family to develop and carry out the best possible plan for achieving therapy goals.
Ozarks Healthcare was the first healthcare provider in this region to offer physical and occupational therapy, as well as speech-language pathology services in inpatient, outpatient, nursing home, home health, and school settings.
Pediatric Therapies (All Disciplines)
Community Wellness Education & Activities
Women's & Pelvic Health
Treatment for Sensory Integration Disorders
Augmentative and Alternative Communication Device Assessment
Hand Therapy with Certified Hand Therapist
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Release
Industrial Rehabilitation/Work-Site Analysis
Pre- and Post-Breast Cancer Surgical Care
Service Close to Home
The Shaw Medical Building, West Plains
The state-of-the-art 12,000-square-foot outpatient facility includes an adult gym with treadmills, exercise bikes, weight machines, and computerized equipment, designed to measure a patient's progress. A pediatric gym, designed to meet the rehabilitation needs of children in a safe and comfortable environment, has child-size exercise and play equipment to make their rehabilitation time more enjoyable.
Ozarks Healthcare Therapies also provides services in Ozarks Healthcare Rural Clinics in Alton, Gainesville, Mountain Grove, Thayer, and Winona.
For more information about Ozarks Healthcare Therapies,
call 417-257-5959 or toll-free 888-242-9329, or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pediatric and adult services also are available at clinics, area schools, local workplaces, and Ozarks Healthcare at Home.
Therapy Example and Demonstration
Trigger point dry needling is one of many types of therapies provided at Ozarks Healthcare Therapies to assist with pain relief. Trigger point dry needling may provide relief for some muscular pain or stiffness and can also improve flexibility and increase range of motion. Emily Streit, physical therapist at Ozarks Healthcare Therapies, demonstrates how trigger point dry needling can help patients find relief in the video below.