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Physical and Occupational Therapy at Corry Memorial

Corry Memorial Hospital (CMH) offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient physical and occupational therapy services. Patients find that having these therapy services together on site at CMH saves them travel time and makes service coordination very convenient.

Our skilled therapists have over 80 years’ combined experience specializing in orthopedics, wound care, sports medicine, burn care, pediatrics, geriatrics, incontinence, neurological rehab, industrial therapy and general rehab services.

It is our mission at CMH to meet the goals of patients, maximize function, and promote normal activities of daily living within a caring and patient-oriented environment. Patient care and satisfaction are our number one priorities.

Our Physical Therapy Department offers:

  • Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services spanning pediatrics to senior care
  • The promotion of healing through use of therapeutic touch and activity
  • Wound care provided by a certified wound care specialist
  • An adult incontinence treatment program
  • Home exercise programs and lifestyle changes designed to minimize treatment visits and maximize patient independence
  • Physician-specific treatment protocols for most orthopedic conditions

Our Occupational Therapy Department offers:

  • The only outpatient OT clinic within the Corry area
  • Skilled hand therapy and upper extremity rehabilitation
  • Individually designed treatment programs to aid in the restoration of function from an injury or illness
  • The promotion of healing through function based intervention for increasing patient safety and independence
  • Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services spanning pediatrics to senior care
  • Home exercise programs and lifestyle changes designed to minimize treatment visits and maximize patient independence
  • Special programs for children from birth to 18 years of age with developmental, physical and/or cognitive needs