Rehabilitation in Stafford, VA
Stafford Hospital is Dedicated to Wellness
Physical therapy focuses on the evaluation, management, and prevention
of human motion disorders. It’s often recommended to enhance neck,
back, and spine care. It also aids recovery from sports-related and orthopedic
injuries, joint replacement, stroke, post-surgical conditions, neurological
conditions, movement disorders and pelvic floor dysfunction. It’s
useful in helping to manage the effects of injuries, arthritis, and various
types of chronic pain.
Physical therapy services at Stafford include:
- Rehabilitation for General orthopedic conditions
- Osteoporosis prevention/treatment
- Oncology rehabilitation
- Pre-employment physicals
- Pelvic Floor Rehab
Physical therapy’s goal is to restore mobility (movement) and function
and prevent further disability. Physical therapists, also known as PTs,
are important members of the rehabilitation team who are able to evaluate
and treat health problems and disabilities resulting from injury, disease,
overuse of muscles or tendons, pain, or loss of a body part.
Your therapist may help you with, or provide information on:
- Mobility (movement)
- Balance and gait retraining
- Activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Manual therapeutic techniques
- Strengthening of the musculoskeletal system
- Flexibility and posture
- Sports/ activity/ work related return to function
- Muscle retraining
- Pain management
- Cardiovascular reconditioning
- Use of orthotics (braces, splints), prosthetics (artificial limbs) and
Wheelchair/ walkers/ canes/ crutches
- Development of therapeutic Exercise programs
Occupational Therapy in Stafford
Sustaining an injury that affects your ability to complete work and life
activities can be traumatic. We’re here to help you regain your
health and mobility as promptly and fully as possible so you can return
to functional daily living.
Our occupational therapy services at Stafford include:
- Lymphedema management
- Oncology rehab
Occupational therapy helps people with physical, developmental, or emotional
disabilities lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives. An occupational
therapist, or OT, is part of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team.
Rehabilitation Services at Stafford Medical Pavilion
Stafford Hospital Campus
125 Hospital Center Boulevard
Stafford, VA 22554
Phone: (540) 741-9647
Meet Our Rehab Team at Stafford Hospital
Bram Sims, Rehab Tech
Jennifer Robinson, PT, DPT, ATC
Jennifer specializes in outpatient orthopedics, inpatient rehabilitation,
and sports medicine. She completed post-graduate work in physical therapy
from Marymount University in Arlington, Va., after earning a bachelor’s
degree in athletic training from George Mason University in Fairfax. Jennifer’s
interests include rock-climbing and triathlons.
Joanna Pyburn, Rehab Tech
Kathy Duval, MS, CCC-SLP, Director
Kathy is Director of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for Mary Washington
and Stafford Hospital inpatient and outpatient services. She holds a master’s
degree in communication disorders from Colorado State University and a
bachelor’s degree in audiology and speech sciences from Purdue University.
Her experience includes acute care and rehabilitation, long-term care,
and home health.
Kimberly Huszar, LPTA
Kim is a licensed physical therapist assistant who graduated from Northern
Virginia Community College. She is experienced in treating geriatric patients.
Since 2001, she has worked a team treating outpatients with knee injuries.
She enjoys working out, reading, and traveling.
Melissa Eagleton, PT, DPT, CWS
Melissa has practiced physical therapy since graduating from Shenandoah
University with a master’s degree. She was a founding partner of
MWHC’s Pelvic Rehabilitation and now works almost exclusively addressing
bowel and bladder incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy,
and postpartum. She speaks to community groups about pelvic health and
rehab and provides a free pre-operative consultation for patients planning
to undergo pelvic or lower abdominal surgeries.
Paula Dorca, PTA
Sharon Brooks, Office Assistant
Sharon loves meeting new people at our front desk. She holds a yellow belt
as a Lean Leader with MWHC. In her spare time, Sharon is active in her
Shawnte’ Warfield, PT, DPT
Shawnte’ has experience in general inpatient rehabilitation, osteoporosis
treatment and prevention, and orthopedics. Shawnte’ earned a bachelor’s
degree in exercise science from Old Dominion University and her doctorate
in physical therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has great
interest in pelvic floor rehabilitation. She enjoys working out in her
Theresa Butler, Rehab Concierge
Theresa is a scheduler for outpatient services who enjoys witnessing the
power of natural healing.
Wanda Green, Office Assistant
Wanda assists our patients, and her duties include being an expert on our
electronic medical records system and helping her co-workers make the
transition to paperless patient care.