Our Services

Physical Therapy

Regaining physical powers and returning to an active, comfortable life after an illness, injury or surgery should be a positive and invigorating experience. At MCMH our staff is skilled in diverse physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech pathology techniques.

When a patient is referred to the department, the first step in treatment is a consultation with your physician to establish a treatment plan consistent with your particular needs. We perform tests to evaluate your physical condition before starting your program of treatment. We are fully equipped with the latest resources for evaluation and treatment and use many tools to help you recover to your ultimate level of achievement. Included at our facility are a variety of exercise equipment, whirlpools, electrotherapy and a multi-joint exercise machine. Throughout your rehabilitation, we remain in touch with your physician, documenting your progress and maintaining the individualized care that is so important to your recovery.

Our Team

Kim Roberts, PT, heads the rehabilitation services department. Her staff of 11 therapists and therapist assistants are a part of MCMH through a contract with Rehab Visions of Omaha, NE. Through this partnership we are able to offer a wide range of programs for people of all ages with a wide variety of conditions. We offer many programs, including rehabilitation for injuries occurring on the job or in motor vehicle accidents and treatment for surgery patients. We also work with athletes recovering from injuries and provide educational programs on injury prevention.

Physical therapy services include:

  • Balance training.
  • Gait training.
  • Range of motion exercises.
  • Neuromuscular re-education.
  • Pain management.
  • Wound care.
  • Therapeutic exercise to improve strength and endurance.
  • Orthotic and prosthetic training.
  • Function mobility skills.
  • Home Care. 

Some of the more common problems treated are those associated with stroke, head injury, joint replacement, fractures, or back and neck problems.

Occupational therapy services include:

  • Activities of daily living (feeding, dressing, grooming).
  • Positioning.
  • Adaptive equipment.
  • Home safety and management.
  • Cognition/dementia management.
  • Upper extremity, fine motor and therapeutic exercise programs.
  • Bathroom safety.
  • Visual/perceptual programs.
  • Contracture management (splinting).
  • Hand therapy.
  • Work injury.
  • Job analysis.

Some of the more common problems treated are those associated with stroke, head injury, neurological disorders and related disorders that result in a decline in the ability to carry out self-care activities.

Speech therapy services include:

  • Verbal and written expression.
  • Auditory comprehension.
  • Reading comprehension.
  • Cognition/dementia management.
  • Alternative communication systems.
  • Swallowing.
  • Dysarthria (slurred speech).
  • Dysfluency (stuttering or stammering).
  • Apraxia (inability to form words).
  • Aural rehabilitation (strategies for hearing impairment).
  • Development speech-language delay or disorder.

Stroke, head or neck surgery, head injury, certain cancers, and neurological disorders are among the most common problems that benefit from speech-language therapies.

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Kim Roberts, PT


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