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Physical Therapy Services at Touchette Regional Hospital

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What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy services are offered to patients of all ages who need assistance to move and function. From athletes to geriatrics, dedicated therapists work one-on-one with patients, helping them to overcome limitations and achieve full recovery potential.

What is a Physical Therapist?
Physical Therapists are health care providers who are experts in the examination and treatment of problems the affect peoples' abilities to move and function. The abilities are driven by four major systems in the body-musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular/pulmonary, and integumentary-and PT's are educated and experienced to manage all four. We treat patients with acute (sudden) injuries, neurological (brain and spine) disorders, post-surgery, or chronic (long-term) conditions.

The Importance of Movement and Function
The ability to stand or sit upright and to move your arms and legs without difficulty or pain is an important component of your health. People of all ages need to move and function, PT's work with patients and clients from newborns to the very aged. PT's don't confine their talent to treating people who are ill or injured. A large part of a PT's program is directed at preventing injury and loss of movement.

How can I benefit from Physical Therapy?
If you have one of the following conditions, you may benefit from physical therapy:
back and neck pain arthritis pain after an automobile accident work-related injuries muscle weakness and low endurance pregnancy-related back pains headaches walking and balance problems Parkinson's and MS COPD Wounds/Burns Diabetic Neuropathy

What Will I do in Physical Therapy?
You may receive some of the following during your care. This includes specific exercises to address muscle weakness, stiffness, and low endurance, manual treatments, methods for pain relief and education to help improve your lifestyle and overall function.

Our specialities include:

  • Pain Management
  • Lymphedema Management
  • Vestibular/Balance Disorders
  • Diabetic Foot Education
  • Posture/Body Mechanics Training
  • Sports Injuries
  • Wound Management
  • Pre-Employment Test
  • Development/Performance
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Floor Pain
  • LBP Associated with Pregnancy

Our therapists will help patients return to an active life as quickly as possible through an individualized treatment plan.

How do I make an Appointment?
In order to make an appointment with a Physical Therapist, you must obtain a dated prescription for Physical Therapy from your doctor with your diagnosis. If you are having difficulty you may contact either of our locations and we will assist you.

Will my insurance cover Physical Therapy Services?
Prior to your first visit our staff will check with your private insurance company or worker's compensation to verify coverage and benefits. TRH will then bill your insurance company directly once coverage is approved. Due to state and federal laws, patients that have IDPA must be seen at our TRH location to receive out patient therapy services of any kind.

Transportation
Transportation is available for patients who qualify - click for information.

Service Hours/Locations
TRH partners with Professional Therapy Services, Inc., to provide outpatient rehabilitation services at two convenient locations.

Touchette Regional Hospital
5900 Bond Ave.
Centerville, IL 62207
Ph: 618-332-5450
Fax: 618-332-5259

Hours: 7:30am-4:00pm

ArchView Medical Center
2071 Goose Lake Road
Sauget, IL 62206
Ph: 618-337-9461
Fax: 618-337-9482

Hours: 7:00am-5:00pm

Directions to ArchView Medical Center:

From the West (St. Louis Area)
Take I-64 across Poplar Street Bridge. Follow I-64 East to Interstate 255 South. Take I-255 South to the Mousette Lane/Exit 15 and go right. At 4-way stop turn Left and follow the road as it curves to the stadium. Our office is located on the left in the parking area of the stadium. The building has large red letters reading ArchView Medical Center.

From the East (Belleville)
Take Highway 15 West to Interstate 255 South. Take I-255 South to the Mousette Lane/Exit 15 and go right. At 4-way stop turn Left and follow the road as it curves to the stadium. Our office is located on the left in the parking area of the stadium. The building has large red letters reading ArchView Medical Center.

From Cahokia:
Jerome Lane to Gooslake Road and follow past the airport runways until you see ArchView Medical Center on the left.

Directions to Touchette Regional Campus

From the West (St. Louis Area)
Take I-64 across Poplar Street Bridge. Follow I-64 East to Interstate 255 South. Take I-255 South to Highway 15 East. Exit onto to Highway 157 South. Follow Highway 157 South. Turn right onto Highway 163/Bond Avenue. Continue on Highway 163/Bond Avenue until reaching the hospital.

From the East (Scott Air Force Base)
Take I-64 West to Interstate 255 South. Take I-255 South to Highway 15 East. Exit onto Highway 157 South. Follow Highway 157 South. Turn right onto Highway 163/Bond Avenue. Continue on Highway 163/Bond Avenue until reaching the hospital.

From the East (Belleville)
Take Highway 15 West to Highway 157 South. Follow Highway 157 South. Turn right onto Highway 163/Bond Avenue. Continue on Highway 163/Bond Avenue until reaching the hospital.