Physical Occupational and Speech TherapyContact Us:660-686-2334
Services (except Cardiac Rehab) are available at both:
Holt County Outpatient Services
514 State Street, Mound City
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-5:00pm
26136 US Hwy 59
Cardiac Rehab Program (Available at CH-F only)
The Cardiac Rehab Program consists of exercise, educaiton, and support for patients following heart attack, stable angina (chest pain), or heart surgery such as CABG, PTCA, stents and valve repair.
The number of sessions depends on the insurance and patients' severity of disease/progress. Any age may participate with each session lasting approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours. The RN provides this outpatient service.
The purpose of therapy is to improve and restore mobility, quality of life, regain abilities that are used in activities of daily living. Physical therapy offers a hands-on approach to helping maximize your potential while minimizing discomforts. A program can be designed to help with recovery in areas of neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, pediatrics, orthopedic, geriatrics and incontinence. The initial evaluation is completed by a Physical Therapist who will set up an individualized treatment plan. This plan may include the services of a Physical Therapy Assistant. Services are provided for our acute care and skilled care inpatients, outpatient clinic, Holt County Outpatient Services, and Home Health.
Speech Therapy Programs
The purpose of speech therapy is to diagnose and treat a variety of speech, voice and language disorders, improve quality of life and regain abilities that are used in daily living. The speech therapist will complete an initial evaluation and create an individualized treatment plan. This treatment plan may include oral motor exercises, sounds and verbalizing, swallow studies that may diagnose swallowing difficulties, and swallow retraining techniques. Services are provided for our acute care and skilled care inpatients, outpatient clinic, Holt County Outpatient Services, and Home Health.
Diabetes Self Management
Our diabetes specialists can guide you in living an active full life with diabetes. Our program includes a nurse and dietician who are certified diabetes educators, an exercise specialist and a pharmacist. Our educational classes cover topics that include healthy eating, being active, monitoring, taking medication, problem solving, healthy coping and reducing risks. Individual and group sessions are available and can be tailored to meet your specific needs. The Community Hospital-Fairfax diabetes program is American Diabetes Association accredited.
The Wellness Program offers an opportunity for continual conditioning for individuals after completion of rehab program or for anyone desiring the need of a regular disciplined exercise program. Equipment available includes treadmills, stationary bicycles and nu-step for those patients with difficulty walking. A fee is charged. This is paid out of pocket; no insurance or Medicare will cover the cost. Consent form provided, to be signed by their physician before starting the program.