When most people think of rehabilitation following a sports-related injury, they only think of physical therapists and athletic trainers. We follow a more comprehensive approach. Depending on your injury and your needs, we can draw upon the expertise of radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, and other healthcare professionals. We are committed not only to treating your injuries, but also to educating you about how to continue successful rehabilitation and healthy exercise after leaving our care.
Wasatch Peak therapy services partner closely – and oftentimes overlap – with inpatient rehabilitation services at Davis Hospital and Medical Center. Inpatient rehabilitation services are available to meet all of our patients needs.
Davis Hospital and Medical Center offers specialized services to help our patients recover from serious illnesses and injuries such as a stroke, brain and spinal cord injuries, neurological disorders, orthopedic injuries and surgery, amputations and other debilitating conditions. Our goal is to help patients return to the highest level of mobility and independence possible.
Our comprehensive Rehabilitation Center is located on the 3rd floor of Davis Hospital and Medical Center. Our hospital-based rehabilitation program provides easy access to other hospital services when necessary. Our staff includes a Medical Director, rehabilitation nurses, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, dieticians, psychologists/psychiatrists, orthotists/prosthotists, and other support staff.
Our nurses are able to accommodate patients with tube feedings, IV antibiotics, subclavian catheters, gastrostomy tubes, and other special nursing needs.
Our unit offers these inpatient services:
Cognitive (brain) function rehabilitation
Clinical and neuro-psychological evaluation and treatment
Hearing evaluation and testing
Nutritional counseling and consultation
Pelvic Floor therapy
Prosthetics and orthotics
Swallowing evaluation and retraining
We also provide financial case management, discharge planning and a variety of other assistance to help patients re-enter the community, such as patient/family education, social services and referrals to community resources.
Assessments are available at no charge and are used to evaluate rehabilitation potential to determine whether inpatient rehabilitation is appropriate