Do I Have to Drive an Hour, for a Half an Hour of Therapy?

12 Nov 2016 Did You Know?

No you do not! The Mountrail County Medical Center in Stanley has a fully staffed Physical Therapy department that is here for any of your physical therapy needs. Our therapists provide hands-on assessment and treatment for patients of all ages with acute, postoperative, or chronic conditions involving the foot, ankle, knee, hip, back/spine, neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists and the hands. Some of the most common diagnoses that therapists see are golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, bursitis, sciatica, sprains, strains, rotator cuff injuries, low back pain and neck pain and or spasms. Treatment is also available for on the job injuries or neurological conditions such as strokes, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury.

The Physical Therapy department at MCMC can also offer aquatic therapy at the Ina Mae Rude Aquatic Center. The Center features a state of the art warm water therapeutic indoor pool. Depending on your needs, aquatic therapy may be an option to help speed recovery. The warm therapeutic pool helps to decrease spasm and pain and promote muscle relaxation. A ramp and waterproof wheelchairs make it accessible to all who would benefit from aquatic therapy. It also serves as an environment to perform exercises with less joint compression and irritation to improve success with exercise and rehabilitation programs.

The hospital at the Mountrail County Medical Center can accommodate your recovery needs, right here close to home, from any sort of surgery or illness with our skilled and self pay swing beds. The physcial therapists come to the room to work with swing bed patients to improve their strength and mobility after a fracture, injury or surgery.

Hours for the Physical Therapy Department are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. To schedule an appointment please call 628-2424,extension 146. All major insurances are accepted. Generally a doctor’s referral must be in place before your first visit. However, some insurance plans do not require a physician’s order.

We thank you for your continued support. Nobody takes care of you like your own.