The physical therapists and speech-language pathologists of the Intermountain Medical Center Neurosciences Institute outpatient clinic offer a wide range of physical and speech therapy services. When you come to our clinic for help, you’ll meet with therapists who’ve completed advanced training and who can provide you with expert, personalized, gentle care. Your individual treatment plan will help you feel better and get back to life.

Our physical therapists treat many different kinds of pain, including pain caused by accidents and long-term, chronic pain. They also specialize in helping patients recover and regain function after an accident or surgery. Our team includes experts in hearing and balance disorders as well. Plus we can provide physical therapy care for prenatal and postpartum mothers.

Our speech-language pathologists can help you with all kinds of swallowing, speech and voice disorders that can be a result of neurologically-related illnesses, conditions, and injuries.



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Chronic Pain

If you’re suffering from chronic pain, the physical therapists at Intermountain Medical Center Physical Therapy can help you.



Good health habits, a consistent treatment plan, and help from your physical therapist can often help reduce or cure headache pain.


Low Back Pain

When used correctly, physical therapy is a scientifically proven treatment for low back pain.


Neck Pain

You'll receive personalized therapy that addresses the symptoms and source of your neck pain


Orthopedic Injuries

​If you suffer from a muscle, joint, or ligament injury, we can help speed your recovery.

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Post Operative

Whether you had surgery yesterday or two years ago, we can help.



The physical therapists at Intermountain Medical Center Physical Therapy provide specialized care for pregnant moms and new moms.


Swallowing, Speech, and Voice Disorders

​​Our Speech-Language Pathologists provide assessment and treatment of a variety of speech, language and cognitive deficits including communication difficulties as a result of a stroke, traumatic brain injury, concussion or other neurologic conditions.​