UI Hospitals and Clinics

Rehabilitation Therapies

Helping each person make the most of their functional abilities and improve their quality of life is the goal of our specially trained physical therapists. We are committed to providing outstanding clinical care to every patient. We use treatments based on the most current research to get our patients back to the activities they enjoy. Our specialists are able to work with nearly any condition requiring physical therapy or occupational therapy.

Why Choose Us?

  • We have therapists who are board certified specialists in orthopaedics, sports, hand therapy, cardiopulmonary, and pediatric physical therapy as well as advanced training in vestibular rehabilitation, women's health, hemophilia, prosthetic rehabilitation, and lymphedema therapy.
  • Our staff serve as adjunct faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, which is consistently ranked among the top five physical therapy programs in the nation.
  • Our therapists provide individualized patient care addressing our patients' specific needs in order to help achieve their goals.
  • We focus on interdisciplinary care with the rest of our patients' healthcare team to achieve optimal outcomes.
  • Our therapists stay up-to-date with the latest research, delivering treatment that is current best practice.
  • Our staff participates in many interdisciplinary teams treating chronic spine pain, Parkinson's Disease, women's health, hemophilia, brachial plexus disorders, Ehler's Danlos syndrome, and Charcot-Marie Tooth populations.

Direct Access (Self-Referral) to Physical Therapy

Direct access allows patients to be evaluated and treated by licensed physical therapists without a physician referral.

Services Provided

Aquatic Therapy: Therapy performed in water in order to reduce impact forces on joints and allows for early mobility.

Chronic Pain Physical Therapy: Therapy to help patients gain control over their pain.

Hemophilia Physical Therapy: Therapy for individuals with bleeding disorders

Lymphedema Therapy: Therapy for people with impaired lymphatic or venous systems.

Neurological Rehabilitation: Therapy for individuals with movement problems due to disease or injury of the nervous system.

Orthopaedic and Sports Rehabilitation: Therapy for individuals with musculoskeletal and sports related conditions.

Prosthetic Physical Therapy: Therapy for individuals who have undergone an amputation.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Comprehensive, interdisciplinary rehabilitation program designed for those who experience lung problems.

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Therapy to reduce dizziness-related symptoms and improve balance.

Women's Health Physical Therapy: Therapy to address pelvic pain, abdominal pain, or incontinence.

Care Team

Meet our Rehabilitation Therapies care team

Rehabilitation Therapies Leadership

Locations and Contact

Rehabilitation Therapies

0733 Pappajohn Pavillion
Elevator I, Lower Level
319-356-2663

Sports Medicine

2701 Prairie Meadow Drive, Iowa City
319-384-7070

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