Find your road to recovery
Rebuilding strength. Improving flexibility. Overcoming obstacles. Recovering after an extended illness, debilitating injury or major surgery can take time, but we will be with you every step of the way.
Piedmont Medical Center has a wide range of rehabilitative programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, lymphedema therapy and cardiac rehabilitation. Our goal is to deliver personalized, compassionate care, helping patients of any age regain strength and skills to improve their overall quality of life.
Get back to a better normal
The way you live your life after your treatment is just as important as any successful surgery or procedure can be. By starting inpatient rehab early, you can work with your personalized therapy team to get you moved as quickly as possible to an outpatient program. Together we can work to make your recovery faster and build a lifestyle that keeps you healthy for years to come.
Our staff works one-on-one with each patient to help create a personalized plan. Each patient is different: Some conditions may only require a few days of care, while others require several months of therapy.
We offer many treatments in the convenience of one centralized location with certified specialists on-site to help patients on the road to recovery.
Registering for rehab
Physician offices can fax or email rehab consults directly to the department.
- For fastest service, referrals should include the specific modality requested (PT/OT/ST) with an order to “Evaluate and Treat” with a specific diagnostic code requiring treatment as well as any recent clinical and demographic information.
- Orders can be faxed to (803) 981-7450 or emailed to email@example.com.
- Once orders have been received, patients are contacted by our Patient Access Department to be scheduled for a comprehensive 1:1 assessment.
To learn more about the rehabilitation options available to patients at Piedmont Medical Center, please call (803) 329-6865.
25% — Average decrease in mortality rates for patients who do cardiac rehab after a heart attack