Cody Regional Health Rehabilitation Programs

Specialized, Long-term Recovery Services

To contact Cody Regional Health rehabilitation services, call us at 307-578-2452 Monday through Friday between 8 am to 5 pm. Desk staff will be on break from 12 to 1 pm. Our rehab facilites are located at both our West Park Hospital Campus and Cathcart Health Center Campus.

For some injuries and illnesses, a long-term recovery plan is necessary in order to complete the healing process. Cody Regional Health’s rehabilitation programs are designed to address the physical limitations that can result from a medical condition even after the short-term treatment has finished.

In rehabilitation, you work one-on-one with a medical professional and create a personalized therapy program. Our rehab programs are available for inpatients, long-term care, home health, and outpatient services. We are the only therapy provider in Cody that offers physical, occupational, and speech therapies under one roof in one setting.

Creating Your Rehab Program

There is no “one size fits all” treatment in rehabilitation programs. Injury and illness affects everyone differently, and the physical limitations patients experience can be drastically different. This is why Cody Regional Health rehabilitation therapists take the time to get to know patients, learning more about their condition, medical history, life at home and goals for the future. With these factors in mind, they can create a program that targets recovery to meet your specific needs.

Rehabilitation typically consists of one or a combination of physical, speech, and occupational therapies:

  • Physical therapy – This program is aimed at overcoming physical and functional limitations caused by injury or illness. You and your therapist will work on improving strength and regaining full range-of-motion. You could think of this as a general strength recovery program.
  • Occupational therapy – While similar to physical therapy in that it is intended to rebuild strength, occupational therapy has more patient-specific goals. Occupational therapists learn more about your home and work life so they can direct treatment to address the functional limitations that prevent you from living your day-to-day activities.
  • Speech therapy – There are many conditions that can inhibit a patient’s ability to speak. Speech therapists assist patients in overcoming speech, language, and swallowing disorders.
  • Mission

    To provide extraordinary healthcare to those we serve by people who care.

  • Vision

    The first choice for those who aspire to heal, be healed and lead healthier lives.

  • Key Values

    Compassion, Integrity, Excellence, Innovation and Collaboration.