The rehabilitation team at Citizens Medical Center offers services designed to help you keep, get back or improve skills and functioning for daily living. (Skills are often impaired due to illness, injury or disability.)
Our professionals offer services in the following areas:
Citizen Medical Center physical therapists assist patients in restoring and maintaining optimal physical function, range of physical motion and physical abilities through exercises/stretches, alternative therapies (massage, heat, cold and ultrasound) and education/practice with mobility devices.
Open to the public, the maintenance program includes an initial physical fitness assessment and the development of a personalized program to fit your needs. Patients gain access to weight machines and aerobic equipment for workout sessions from Monday through Friday for a monthly $30 fee.
Professional massage therapy experts offer appointments for 15 minutes for $15, 30 minutes for $25 and 60 minutes for $50. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged. Call (785) 460-4868 to book your appointment.
The Citizens Medical Center physical therapy department partners with the Colby High School Athletic Department with the goal of decreasing the number and/or severity of injuries for young athletes. Through in-house and on-site education and an injury prevention program, our team works to improve the overall health and safety of community athletes.
The Citizens Medical Center certified wound care specialists assists patients with wound care techniques, dressings, debridement and care options. Types of wounds cared for include diabetic ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, pressure ulcers, traumatic wounds, incisional wounds and amputations.
Citizen Medical Center occupational therapists help patients return to or engage in daily activities after injury, illness or disability through therapy that involves standard living practices.
Speech and Language Pathology
Our team of speech and language pathologists administer therapy to adults and children in northwest Kansas to address speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders.