Rehabilitation Services at the Gila Regional Rehabilitation Center
Our Licensed Therapists are highly skilled in assisting our clients in their recovery from a variety of illnesses or injuries
We can help make a difference in your life.
Hours of Operation
8AM - 5PM
Monday - Friday
Our goal is to design a program for your individual needs to accelerate your recovery.
On your initial consultation, a therapist will review your history and work with you to evaluate your posture, mobility, strength, flexibility and level of function. This initial assessment, combined with your personal goals, will serve as the baseline for developing an appropriate and highly individualized treatment plan.
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Physical Therapists are trained to promote optimal physical function with unique skills in improving mobility, balance and strength.
On your initial evaluation, a Licensed Physical Therapist will review your history and perform various tests to identify areas of dysfunction. The synthesis of this initial evaluation enables your physical therapist to formulate your individualized treatment plan.
Treatment may include joint mobilization, stretching, aquatic or land based exercise, education, manual therapy techniques and modalities, which may include: traction, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, ice or heat. A home exercise program will be designed specifically for you and your condition to further assist with your recovery.
Our Physical Therapists Specialize in the Evaluation and Treatment of:
- Joint Replacement
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- Motor vehicle injuries
- Postural correction
- Back and neck pain
- Joint pain
- Gait dysfunction
- Neurologic disorders
- Pulmonary disorders
- Wound Care
- Balance disorders
- Sports injuries
Occupational therapies are treatment focusing on helping people achieve independence in all areas of their lives (Activities of Daily Living).
On your initial evaluation, a Licensed Occupational Therapist will review your history and perform various tests to identify areas of dysfunction. The synthesis of this initial evaluation enables your occupational therapist to formulate your individualized treatment plan.
Treatment may include self-care retraining, joint mobilization, stretching, aquatic or land based exercise, education, manual techniques and modalities, which may include: electrical stimulation, ultrasound, ice or heat, all focused on improving your level of function in daily life. A home exercise program will be designed specifically for you and your condition to further assist with your recovery.
Some people may think that occupational therapy is only for adults; children, after all, do not have occupations. But a child's main job is playing and learning. An occupational therapist can evaluate a child's skills for play activities, school performance, and activities of daily living and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group in an effort to develop a treatment plan to address a child's needs.
According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), in addition to dealing with an individual's physical well-being, OT practitioners address psychological, social, and environmental factors that may hinder an individual's functioning in different ways. This unique approach makes occupational therapy a vital part of health care for kids and adults.
Our Occupational Therapists Specialize in the Evaluation and Treatment of:
- birth injuries or birth defects
- sensory processing/integration disorders
- neurological disorders (stroke, splinal cord, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebal Palsy, etc.)
- learning problems
- pervasive developmental disorders
- rheumatoid arthritis
- mental health or behavioral problems
- orthopedic injuries of the arm and hand
- developmental delays
- post-surgical conditions
- other chronic illnesses
A Speech Language Pathologist is trained in identifying and treating communication and swallowing disorders. Our goal is to design a treatment program for both adults and children.
On your initial consultation, a therapist will review your history and work with you to evaluate your level of function. This initial assessment, combined with your personal goals, will serve as the baseline for developing an appropriate and highly individualized treatment plan.
A speech disorder refers to a problem with the actual production of sounds, whereas a language disorder refers to a difficulty understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas.
Our Speech Language Pathologists Specialize in Evaluation and Treatment of:
- Swallowing disorders
- Oral-motor skills
- Cognitive disorders
- Voice disorders
Contact the Rehabilitation Center:
Gila Regional Rehabilitation Services
300 E. 16th Street, Silver City, NM 88061
Fax is available at (575)538-4888.
The Rehabilitation Services shares a building with the Billy Casper Wellness Center. To go directly to "Rehab" use the double doors located at the drive through canopy. The Registration Desk is located on your right as you enter. What do I need to bring to Registration?
Payment options for GRMC's Rehabilitation Services
Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance plans cover costs of care. We accept all patients regardless of ability to pay .
For more information contact GRMC Financial Counselors through the
Patient Finance Services.