Outpatient Therapy & Physical Therapy
Outpatient Therapy and Physical Therapy at the Astria Health Center offer a full range of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and massage therapy services. Each patient is evaluated and treated with the best overall program of care, ranging from individual therapy to comprehensive treatment by our multi-disciplinary team. All therapy sessions focus on education and development of self-care programs to improve or maintain function and reduce the chance of re-injury. The Outpatient Rehabilitation services we offer include:
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Sports rehabilitation
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Wound care
- Lymphedema services
- Post amputation care
- Pain management
- Worker's compensation
- Hand therapy
- Daily living activities
- Custom splinting
- Adaptive devices
- Community reintegration
Occupational therapy helps individuals regain independence in work, leisure and daily living activities through exercise, therapeutic techniques and functional activities.
Outpatient Therapy Referrals
Referrals to one of Astria Health's Outpatient Therapy departments are made by your physician. If you feel you may benefit from outpatient therapy, please discuss this with your doctor. Therapy fees are covered by Medicare, Medicaid, Labor and Industries, and most private health insurance.
Contact information should be the Astria Health Multi-specialty and Diagnostics Clinic on Summitview Avenue, and Astria Sunnyside Hospital's PT department.
The Astria Hearing and Speech Center has served Yakima and Yakima Valley communities since 1971. The staff consists of speech language pathologists, four audiologists and two educators, and offer:
- Comprehensive evaluations and therapy programs for aphasia, apraxia, articulation delay, dysphagia, dysarthria, language delay, stuttering, voice disorders and feeding impairment.
- Hearing evaluations and provide hearing loss solutions, including hearing aids. We also have the capability to perform cochlear implant testing and fittings.
- Perform cochlear implant and bone –anchored implant evaluation and programming.
- Classes for children three and younger who are hard of hearing, so these children can develop effective communication skills.
- Host peer groups to help people develop appropriate language and feeding skills.
- Speech therapy for all ages (15 months to 100+ years).