INTEGRIS Health Jim Thorpe Outpatient Rehabilitation Grove



2203 S. Main Street
Grove, OK 74344


Todays Hours:

Individual physician hours may vary, please call for more information.

INTEGRIS Health Grove Hospital

INTEGRIS Health Jim Thorpe Outpatient Rehabilitation Grove

When you’ve suffered a debilitating injury or illness, it can feel like you’ll never get back to the person you used to be. Your body doesn’t work like it used to. Maybe you can’t walk, talk, use your hands even swallow. But the good news is nothing could be further from the truth.

INTEGRIS Health offers a comprehensive range of services to help you recover your abilities and reclaim your independence. Whether it was a stroke, an amputation or if you’re facing the progressive challenges of a neuromuscular disorder or injury, we’re with you. Our team is dedicated to helping you recover and regain your independence. Our one to one therapist to patient ratio will help recovery quicker and maximize the effectiveness of your therapy.

The path back to feeling normal.

Understanding "PT"

After an illness, injury or surgery, you may have problems with pain, limited movement or other problems. A physical therapist (PT)will be your partner in relieving the pain, extending range of motion and getting you back to feeling like your normal self again.

Physical therapy is likely to begin in the hospital if your injury, illness or surgery required you to be there. But it typically doesn’t end there. Whether you struggling with the aftermath from a stroke, injury, or you just need help with pain management or overuse conditions, INTEGRIS Health physical therapists have an extensive skillset to help you gain strength, improve coordination and balance, learn effective ways to relieve pain, be safe and regain your independence.

Additionally, INTEGRIS Health physical therapists can provide treatment and education regarding any of the following:

  • Mobility (movement)
  • Balance and gait retraining
  • Heat and cold therapy and massage
  • Activities of daily living (ADLs)
  • Wheelchair, walkers, canes, and crutches
  • Muscle retraining
  • Pain management
  • Use of orthotics (braces, splints) and prosthetics (artificial limbs)
  • Exercise programs

Helping you get accustomed to the new "everyday."

Understanding "OT"

It might sound like an occupational therapist is someone that helps you learn how to do your job, but in reality, occupational therapy (OT) is all about helping you with physical, developmental or emotional disabilities so you can lead an independent, productive and satisfying life.

INTEGRIS Health occupational therapists are certified by the American Occupational Therapy Association, hold a master’s or doctoral degree and are part of our multidisciplinary rehabilitation team. They’re responsible for many different facets of rehabilitation:

  • Evaluating children with developmental or neuromuscular problems and planning treatments that will help them grow mentally, socially and physically.
  • Assisting adults in learning how to carry out activities of daily living (ADLs) at home, on the job and in the community.
  • Helping the elderly adjust to the special problems of aging while remaining physically and mentally active.
  • Recommending changes in layout and design of the home, school or workplace to allow people with disabilities greater access and mobility.
  • Teaching energy conservation and work simplification methods.
  • Improves communication skills, such as reading, writing, and using the telephone.

It’s about much more than talking.

What Is Speech Therapy?

Your mouth, tongue and throat are complicated mechanisms. The fact that we’re able to direct the different parts in concert to do everything from eating and swallowing to talking and singing is amazing. But when you’re recovering from a stroke or brain injury – or struggling with the progression of a neuromuscular condition, it can all become frustratingly difficult. That’s where speech therapists (or speech-language pathologists) come in. Their expertise lies in assessing, diagnosing and treating disorders related to speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing and fluency.

Tailoring the Therapy to You

At INTEGRIS, your speech therapist will develop an individualized plan of care, tailored to your needs. He or she will teach you to strengthen muscles, use compensatory strategies or might select alternative communication methods, including automated devices to help you communicate if your speech ability is severely compromised. Your speech therapist will also work carefully to educate your family and caregivers on how best to help you improve.

Patients with the following conditions may also qualify:

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Motor neuron disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Huntington's disease
  • Cancer of the head, neck and throat
  • Voice problems


Pain Management

On Your Health Blog