Injuries happen, but they don’t have to keep you down. Our dedicated team of physical therapists, physicians and support staff has years of experience and expertise assisting patients recover from injuries. Whether you have been injured at work, on the athletic field, at home, or would like help in preventing injuries, we are here to serve you.

A Customized Care Plan

Our team-based approach provides the ability to leverage the full resources of the hospital, our patients receive care that is tailored to their needs and can help get them back to activity faster, recover, or prevent injuries.

We are committed to establishing well-designed care plans and will work with you to achieve your goals and outcomes.

Let Us Help With...

  • Upper and lower extremity pain, disorders and functional limitations
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Sports injury recovery and skill improvement
  • Spine disorders and neck and back pain
  • Headache and jaw disorders
  • Weakness and deconditioning
  • Stroke and neurologic rehabilitation
  • Loss of function and conditioning due to surgery, trauma, disease process or overuse
  • Work-related injuries
  • Balance problems

What to Expect

Before Receiving Therapy

Before receiving therapy, all patients will need to complete a medical history form, function and additional paperwork, as needed. This paperwork can be obtained in advance through picking it up at the clinic, through mail, email, or by arriving 30 minutes early to the first appointment to provide sufficient time to fill out the forms before the scheduled appointment begins. Patients who pick up the paperwork in advance will need to have it completed prior to their therapy appointment and the paperwork can be submitted at that time.

What should I bring?
  • Physician referral (if you have one)
  • Photo ID card
  • Insurance cards and documentation
  • Current list of medications
  • Recent radiology reports

Patients should also wear comfortable clothing that does not restrict movement.

During the Appointment

Patients should arrive 5-10 minutes before the scheduled appointment time to fill out a function form. This will be done each visit to better assist the therapist in creating and adapting a treatment plan that allows you to have a better and faster recovery.

How long will the appointment last?

Typically, the first visit lasts about an hour and half to two hours. Follow-up appointments usually run between 45-60 minutes.

Follow-up Appointments

Patients will be scheduled for follow-up appointments based on need and the treatment plan. The patient, therapist and patient physician will work together to determine the duration and frequency of therapy visit that best fit the patient’s needs in working to improve symptoms.

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Physical Therapy at Utah Valley Hospital