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Kaweah Health Therapy Specialists

Physical Therapy Services

The Physical Therapy services offered by Therapy Specialists-a division of Kaweah Health-revolve around one thing - our patients. They're the heart of everything we do. We see patients who've experienced everything from arthritis to automobile accidents and we're committed to working around the clock to craft unique and individualized physical therapy plans for them. Additionally, we ask our patients to join us every step of the way as we help them successfully complete their physical therapy journey.

Program highlights:

  • Therapists regularly report to physicians
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • One-on-one time with your therapist, every visit.
  • Bilingual therapists available.

Areas of Specialization

Our therapy services cater to variety of unique needs. Our staff works with patients to plan our personal goals and create a suitable, customized treatment plan.

  • Outpatient Therapy - Many of our therapy programs can be done on an outpatient basis, meaning you do not have to be admitted to the hospital to participate.
  • ​​Physical Therapy - Our physical therapy program focuses on improving the physical health of our patients after an injury, surgery or as a treatment for chronic disease. Occupational therapy and speech therapy are also offered through physical therapy.
  • Pediatrics - specialized area of rehabilitation that focuses on improving function in young children and babies.
  • Sports Therapy (Orthopedic Therapist/Rehabilitation) - Our orthopedic therapists work with athletes and non-athletes alike to help rehabilitate muscle and joint problems, provide post-surgical physical therapy, offer joint replacement rehabilitation and neck and back treatments.
  • Orthopedic Therapy - Recover from surgery or musculoskeletal conditions faster by working with orthopedic physical therapists. This treatment is extremely useful if you have recently had a joint replacement, or installed a prosthetic. It can also be used as an alternative to joint replacement surgery in some cases.
  • Lymphedema - therapy focuses on relieving swelling in the arms, legs, neck, face and trunk by moving lymphatic fluid out of the affected limbs.
  • Hand Therapy - Whether you've suffered a stroke, surgery, carpal tunnel, or are recovering from an injury to your hand, our physical and occupational therapists will develop a rehabilitation plan to regain your strength and use of your hand(s).
  • Aquatic Therapy - The water offers a buoyancy to assist in support your weight therefore reducing pain and stress placed on the body and enabling increased freedom of movement.
  • Balancing Help - Balance is affected through a number of ways, either due to injury or a chronic disease. Our physical therapists will work with you to regain your balance through appropriate exercises and strength training.
  • Fall Prevention - Therapy can provide balance and strength training to aide in preventing falls.
  • Parkinson's Disease - Here patients learn how to manage and cope with the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Therapists help with balance problems, mobility, and stiffness.
  • Pelvic Health Program - This is a whole body program for men and women to treat various conditions that affect the prostate, including urinary incontinence, C-section recovery, constipation, and more.
  • Personal Training - Our rehabilitation department offers personal training for those who need help losing weight, need specialized attention regaining strength after an injury or need a specialized diet plan.
  • Integrated Fitness - This program offers Pilates and personal training, which are effective and healthy way to keep and gain strength and flexibility.
  • Stroke - Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy can assist in recovery by providing treatment to restore movement, function and speech.
  • Concussion Management Program - Safely assist students, athletes, and adults with Return to Play, Return to Learn, and Return to Work by addressing both the neurological and functional deficits that we see post- concussion.
  • Chronic Pain - Physical therapists work together with chronic pain patients to lessen their pain and restore their activity to the highest possible levels.


Kaweah Health physical therapy is available at the following locations:

If you have questions, or would like to provide feedback on your program, please call (559) 624-3700.