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Physical Therapy

Sweeny Community Hospital takes pride in its Physical Therapy Department, providing individualized care to each patient.  As a new patient, you will be evaluated and a customized Plan of Care will be made to address your specific needs.  Sweeny Community Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department prides itself in offering ONE ON ONE PATIENT CARE.  We book a therapist with one patient at a time and the care you receive will ALWAYS be provided by a licensed Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant. 

We are proud to offer Physical Therapy in the outpatient setting in both Sweeny and West Columbia. 

In Sweeny:                         
The Wellness Center        
505 North Main Street
Sweeny, TX 77480
Phone: (979) 548-4004
Fax: (979) 548-4005               

In West Columbia:                
Kittie Nash Groce Rehabilitation Center       
301 Dance Drive
West Columbia, TX 77486
Phone: (979) 345-3168
Fax: (979) 345-7168

Outpatient Services: 

Whether recovering from an injury or surgery, managing pain, or transitioning home after a hospital stay, Outpatient Physical Therapy provides guidance and support to help return you to your prior physical function and activity level.

Services include Rehabilitation for:

  • Joint Replacement Recovery Care
  • Post surgical care to include hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, back & neck procedures
  • Outpatient Orthopedic/Sports Medicine
  • Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation to include after stroke care
  • Fall Prevention
  • Functional Mobility and Strengthening
  • Gait & Balance Training
  • Pain Management
  • Patient Education
  • Spine Care
  • Manual Therapeutic Techniques
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Repetitive Stress Injury & Body Mechanics Education
  • Modalities to include:
    • Cervical/Lumbar Traction
    • Electrical Stimulation
    • Ultrasound

Outpatient Lymphedema Therapy:

Certified Lymphedema Therapists provide education and support to facilitate the patient to be able to independently manage their condition of lymphedema.

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Compression Bandaging & self-bandaging instruction
  • Therapeutic Exercises
  • Patient Education about education

Inpatient Therapy:

A Physical Therapist can evaluate mobility and safety concerns during hospital stay to prepare for transition to previous level of function or another level of care.

  • Inpatient acute care
  • Swing bed