Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services at Canonsburg Hospital

We offer the full spectrum of rehabilitation services. From inpatient rehab, with round-the-clock care, to a range of outpatient rehab services, you'll find personalized therapies for your needs.

Canonsburg Hospital rehabilitation services

At Canonsburg Hospital, you have access to a variety of inpatient and outpatient services to help you recover and feel your best. We offer:

  •  Inpatient rehab unit
  • Vestibular therapy and concussion care
  • Wheelchair evaluation
  • Stroke and neuro rehabilitation
  • Orthopaedic rehab
  • Physical, speech, and occupational therapy
  • Lymphedema therapy
  • LSVT therapy for Parkinson’s disease

Inpatient rehabilitation unit

This specialized unit is not available at every hospital. Our team cares for people with severe injuries or those recovering from complex surgeries. We develop a customized rehab plan to help restore your function and strength.

You benefit from:

  • Care for complex conditions: People who experience a stroke or have a complex surgery, such as spinal cord surgery or heart bypass surgery, receive 24/7 care and monitoring.
  • Dedicated team of experts: Your team includes a physiatrist, a doctor who has special training in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Other caregivers include physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, respiratory therapists, social workers, and nutritionists. 
  • Personalized treatment plans: We tailor your plan with your unique needs and health goals in mind.

Vestibular therapy and concussion care

If you experienced a concussion (a hard blow to the head), you may have symptoms such as dizziness and balance problems. Our specialists work with you to help improve your symptoms and get you back to your regular activities.

Wheelchair evaluation

Our therapists provide a thorough wheelchair evaluation to help you get the right fit and care. We can help with an initial wheelchair evaluation to determine your specific needs. Our team also provides assessments if you need replacement equipment or modification to your wheelchair.

Stroke and neuro rehabilitation

If you had a stroke or have a neurological condition that affects how you function, our experienced team can help. We work with you to restore as much function and independence as possible. 

Orthopaedic rehab

If you have a bone or joint condition or you are recovering from orthopaedic surgery, our team will help you get moving again. Get more information about the AHN Orthopaedic Institute at Canonsburg Hospital

Physical, occupational, and speech therapy

Our dedicated team of physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists works with you to help you regain your strength and function. We develop a comprehensive, personalized plan that considers your health goals, lifestyle, and medical condition. 

Lymphedema treatment

Lymphedema is swelling that typically occurs in the arms or legs. We use a variety of techniques to reduce the swelling, including wrapping with specialized bandages, providing massage, and fitting you for compression garments.

LSVT therapy for Parkinson's disease

Through the Neuroscience Institute at Allegheny Health Network, we offer a unique therapy to help people with Parkinson's disease and other neurological conditions improve speech, communication, and motor skills. Canonsburg therapists are specially trained in proven methods to help people speak more clearly and improve their mobility:

  • LSVT LOUD®: Lee Silverman Voice Treatments speech therapy is the gold standard in treating speech disorders. We help improve vocal loudness and the clarity of speech. We also work on using facial expression during speech.
  • LSVT BIG®: Lee Silverman Voice Treatment motor therapy focuses on physical and occupational therapy. Research has shown that this method improves people’s motor function, helping them learn to walk faster with better balance.

Learn more about AHN therapy services locations.

Contact us

Call (412) DOCTORS (412) 362-8677 or request an appointment with a Canonsburg Hospital specialist.