Outpatient Rehabilitation

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Outpatient Therapy at Acute Rehabilitation Hospital of Plano

Orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries

Post-operative conditions

Education on back care and proper lifting/body mechanics


Safe functional mobility


Amputee training

Total Joint Replacement (Hip, Knee, Ankle, Shoulder)

Work-related injuries

Communication disorders

Difficulty swallowing

Neurological issues (Stroke, Head Injuries, Parkinson’s Disease, Guillain-Barre, Multiple Sclerosis)

Balance and vestibular difficulties

Lower back and neck pain/dysfunction


Step into our specialized outpatient rehabilitation services, designed to cater to your individual needs. Our highly trained therapists provide comprehensive, individualized services for patients with a wide variety of rehabilitation needs, including:

At the Acute Rehabilitation Hospital of Plano, we believe in providing personalized care in a supportive and compassionate environment. Take the first step towards your recovery journey by scheduling an appointment with us today.

Physical Therapy

Our Physical Therapy sessions incorporate innovative tools like the Alter G Antigravity Treadmill and body weight support treadmill training. These advanced technologies reduce stress on your joints while enhancing mobility and strength, making your rehabilitation process more effective and enjoyable.

Occupational Therapy

Dive into the world of immersive therapy with our Omni-VR virtual reality system in Occupational Therapy. Engage both your mind and body in interactive experiences tailored to your therapy goals. Whether it’s mastering daily tasks or refining fine motor skills, our occupational therapists are here to guide you every step of the way.

Speech Therapy

In our Speech Therapy program, our skilled speech-language pathologists focus on improving communication skills, swallowing function, and cognitive abilities. You’ll receive dedicated attention and targeted interventions to help you overcome speech disorders or difficulties with swallowing.