Physical and Occupational Therapy

Rehabilitation Services

At Sampson Regional Medical Center, our comprehensive rehabilitation services are coordinated between our staff and your physician. Our individualized therapy care maximizes improvements in strength, range of motion, and return to function in a minimal amount of time. Using the most up-to-date treatment methods, our skilled therapy team helps our patients achieve and often surpass their initial goals of therapy.
By staying current with the up-to-date research in rehabilitative therapy, we are able to develop and implement the most effective treatment care plan that accomplishes the best outcome for our patients' needs.

The rehabilitation services we offer at the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center include:

Aquatic Therapy –– This water-based therapy allows us to promote fitness, relaxation and physical rehabilitation in peaceful atmosphere of a heated therapy pool. We have treated a variety of conditions from arthritis to post-operative in a protected and calm environment.

Occupational Therapy –– Occupational therapy focuses on recovering and improving skills needed on a daily basis at home, work or in social settings.

Physical Therapy –– Our physical therapists use a variety of exercises to improve a patient’s motor skills and recover their range of motion.
* Our team is trained in the latest treatment options for orthopedic rehabilitation and vestibular conditions.

Speech/Language Therapy –– Through this program, we work to improve speech and communication based on the patient’s unique needs.

Certified McKenzie Therapy –– The McKenzie Therapy Approach focuses on specific exercises to suppress pain. Our licensed McKenzie Therapist will work with your physician to build a treatment plan that will aim to reduce your back and neck pain. Our Outpatient Therapy Center has Sampson County’s only certified McKenzie Therapist.

Pediatric Therapy –– Our therapist are trained to provide therapy to children ages newborn-21. From swallowing disorders to delayed development to sports injuries, our therapists work to improve and correct pediatric patient conditions.

Coming Soon: Lymphedema Management Therapy–– Patients with damaged lymph nodes can take part in our lymphedema therapy, which uses manual drainage, massage and exercise to decrease swelling. The goal of this therapy is restore function and prevent the development of infection.

Sampson Regional Medical Center also offers inpatient rehabilitation therapy for hospital patients that are dependent on the specific needs of the patient.

To contact our Outpatient Rehabilitation Center please call (910) 596 - 4244.