Therapy Center


A Physical Therapist is an expert in movement that uses evidence-based techniques to help patients feel better and achieve their mobility goals. At the Armed Services YMCA Rehabilitation Clinic, it is our privilege to assist you in your recovery by providing the optimal environment for your body to heal as efficiently as possible. We use an integrated approach which may include hands on manual therapy, state of the art exercise equipment, aquatic therapy, therapeutic modalities & home exercise programs that are designed to work for your specific condition.

You will receive a comprehensive, individual evaluation and treatment plan approved by you and your physician that is designed to meet your specific needs.

Physical Therapy can help patients of all ages for conditions such as:

  • Acute and chronic pain syndromes
  • Neck and back pain
  • Post-surgical total joint replacements
  • Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, and other neurological disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Balance disorders
  • Arthritic symptoms
  • Headache
  • Athletic injuries


An Occupational Therapist is an expert in movement with the goal of increasing a patient’s  independence in daily living activities including dressing, bathing, personal care, eating and home making. Occupational Therapists also provide specialized assistance in learning or relearning skills, stress management, and treatment for hand/ wrist injuries. Occupational Therapists may also suggest adaptive equipment to help you regain your independence or fabricate custom splints to aid your recovery.  Following a comprehensive, individual evaluation, your Occupational Therapist will design a treatment program approved by you and your physician that is designed to meet your specific needs.

Occupational Therapy can help patients of all ages for conditions such as:

  • Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, MS and other neurological disorders
  • Hand surgeries and splinting requirements for upper extremities
  • Arthritis
  • RSD (Complex regional pain syndrome)
  • Debilitation


A Speech Language Pathologist assists patients in maximizing their communication skills. This is often achieved by helping you increase your understanding of verbal and written language; increasing the expression of thought, both verbally and in writing; increasing cognitive reorganization for memory and problem solving; and helping you adjust to hearing loss. Speech Language Pathologists also help their patients enhance swallowing ability with practice in compensatory strategies and nutrition management for adequate oral intake.

Speech Therapy can help patients of all ages for:

  • Voice disorders
  • Cognitive disorders
  • Aphasia
  • Articulation
  • Swallowing disorders


Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists all require a referral from a Physician.


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Physical Therapy Center located at Armed Services YMCA

110 Mountain Lion Road
Harker Heights TX 76548

(254) 618-4900