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Outpatient Rehabilitation

Following an injury, illness or surgery, the physical rehabilitation program you choose can impact your quality of life. It can determine how mobile you are, how independent you are and how well you function day-to-day.

Patients choose Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network for our high-quality care and services, matched with the latest advancements in rehabilitation technologies. Featuring a wide range of outpatient therapies and physician services, Good Shepherd helps our patients live life to the fullest.

With more than 20 outpatient locations throughout the greater Lehigh Valley and beyond, you won’t have to travel far from home to receive safe, convenient care.


Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

Physician Services

Good Shepherd’s specialized physicians are leaders in innovative rehabilitation treatments and technologies. Adults and children travel from all over the country to benefit from their compassion and leading-edge physical medicine and rehabilitation (physiatry) and neuropsychology expertise.

Pediatric Rehabilitation

At multiple outpatient locations, our highly trained pediatric physiatrist, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists work with you and your child on their physical and/or cognitive development, skills, communication and so much more.

PT Now/Direct Access

Depending on your condition, Good Shepherd’s PT Now program offers fast, convenient pain relief. No doctor referral is needed. After your initial evaluation, your Good Shepherd physical therapist may ask that you consult your primary care physician or specialist, depending on your needs. Don’t have a physician? We can help schedule an appointment with a Good Shepherd physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is outpatient rehabilitation?
A. At Good Shepherd, outpatient rehabilitation treatment programs are designed to help patients regain function following an injury, illness or surgery. Each treatment plan is individually developed with your specific goals and needs in mind, and each patient is treated as a full participating member of the Good Shepherd rehabilitation team.

Q. Where can I receive Good Shepherd outpatient rehabilitation?
A. Good Shepherd offers outpatient rehabilitation at a variety of locations throughout the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia. Click here to find a location.

Q. What clinicians provide outpatient care at Good Shepherd?
A. Certified physical and occupational therapists and assistants, along with certified speech-language pathologists, provide individualized outpatient care at Good Shepherd.

Q. What treatment methods are used at Good Shepherd?
A. Good Shepherd believes in combining expert hands-on therapy with state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology. In fact, Good Shepherd is a Center of Excellence in the use of technology to improve wellness and function.

Q. How often will I receive therapy?
A. Each patient receives an individually designed rehabilitation program, based on his or her medical needs and therapy goals.

Q. Will my primary physician be kept informed of my progress?
A. Yes. Staff at Good Shepherd will communicate with your primary care physician to let him or her know how your therapy is progressing.

Q. Do I need a physician prescription to receive outpatient rehabilitation?
A. A physician prescription is required for most outpatient services at Good Shepherd. You may get a prescription from your primary care physician or a specialist. Depending on your condition, Good Shepherd’s PT Now program offers fast, convenient pain relief. No doctor referral is needed. After your initial evaluation, your Good Shepherd physical therapist may ask that you consult your primary care physician or specialist, depending on your needs. Don’t have a physician? We can help schedule an appointment with a Good Shepherd physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Q. Will my insurance cover outpatient rehabilitation at Good Shepherd?
A. Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network holds contracts with most insurance providers, and we will work with any insurance provider on behalf of our patients. 

Request an Appointment

Schedule your outpatient rehabilitation appointment by calling 1-888-44-REHAB or filling out the form below.

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