Choose Roane Medical Center for your therapy needs! You have a choice in your healthcare. Tell your physician, you choose Roane Medical Center and Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center!
Roane Medical Center provides quality and convenient therapy services. We're the only hospital-based therapy center in the area. Our team of licensed therapists specialize in many different therapy services for both inpatients and outpatients.
Whether you're recovering from a sports-related injury, recovering from the effects of a stroke or joint replacement surgery, or helping your child overcome speech impairments, one of our highly-trained therapists will work with you to develop a program that will meet your needs.
Roane Medical Center offers outpatient therapy services through Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center. Conveniently located in the Professional Office Building adjacent to Roane Medical Center, PNOC treats patients for a variety of conditions including stroke, fractures, shoulder injuries, joint replacements, arthritis, back and neck pain, and more!
Specialty therapy services provided by Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center:
- Certified McKenzie spine therapy
- Certified hand therapy
- Balance and vestibular rehabilitation
PNOC is the only therapy center in Roane County to offer these very specialized services.
Additional services provided by Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center:
- Conditioning and functional capacity evaluations for work-related injuries
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Rehab for conditions including stroke, fractures, shoulder injuries, joint replacements, arthritis, back and neck pain, etc.
- Sports medicine
Patricia Neal Outpatient Therapy Center is recognized as a Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, Inc. (FOTO) Champion.
Inpatient physical therapy services include:
- Assistance with discharge planning, equipment needs, and safety concerns
- Bed mobility and transfer activities
- Gait training with or without assistive devices
- General strength and endurance after illness
- Modalities for acute pain control
- Phase I rehabilitation following joint replacement and fractures
- Phase I stroke rehabilitation
- Therapeutic exercise
- Wound care