We Offer a Range of Services

Our goal as rehab specialists, is to provide our patients with excellent care and rehabilitation from their injury or problem, along with a personal touch and understanding that has developed from the deep roots we have and the many years of serving the residents of Sevier County.

SCT has a diverse skills base included in our multiple discipline approach to care.  Our outpatient services address the therapeutic needs of the multiple generation family base that represent the central Utah area.  Our clients range from small children to their loving grandparents. 


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    Modern Physical Therapy as a profession began as a result of the injuries that service men suffered in WWI.  The first school of Physical Therapy started at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, D.C. in the early 20th century.  By 1921 there began to be research articles published on the practice of Physical Therapy.  The practice of Physical Therapy continues to be refined by active research which seeks scientific evidence supporting the treatments rendered to patients. 

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    NEUROLOGIC/ORTHOPEDIC REHAB: We address and provide services for those patients who have Neurologic problems such as, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, Guillian Barre’, CVA (stroke), Spinal Cord injury, Head Trauma, and Fibromyalgia.   Orthopedic problems such as Arthritis, Joint replacement, Rotator Cuff Repair, Back Pain, Knee injury, Rehab after surgical repair of bone fractures, Spinal Surgery, and Neck Surgery.  Rehab after arthroscopic repair, Sprains, Strains and Muscle spasms. Generalized weakness and debilitation, Headaches and Dizziness (vertigo).

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    SPORTS MEDICINE AND BRACING: We provide Rehabilitation for those injuries sustained on the field or court such as sprains, strains, pulled muscles torn ligaments.  Knee, Hips, Ankles, Backs, and Shoulder pain and injury.  When appropriate and needed,  braces and splints are fitted and applied to protect the sore joint or muscles to allow healing and or continue participation In the patients sport.

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    OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: Occupational therapy is the use of treatments to develop, recover, or maintain the daily living and work skills of people with physical, mental, or developmental conditions.  Occupational therapists and assistants work with individuals to teach the skill, modify the task, adapt the environment, and educate the client/family in order to increase abilities to participate in and perform those daily activities that are meaningful to an individual.

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    COORDINATION SKILLS/TRAINING: Decreases in ability to coordinate movements may result from injury or developmental issues.  Coordination skills are an integral part of performing activities in our daily lives.  We provide training and therapeutic intervention to address limitations in gross and fine motor coordination.  Improvement in these skills allows an individual to become as safe and independent as possible.

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    DAILY LIVING/LIFE SKILLS TRAINING: Occupational therapists/assistants work to maximize safe and independent performance of daily living and life skills.  Treatment and training include improving physical or cognitive abilities, adapting the environment, incorporating assistive technology, and using adaptive equipment.

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    ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT: A variety of adaptive devices are available for individuals to use to adapt to performing a task or activity that they may have difficulty performing due to accident, injury, or disability.  Adaptive equipment can improve safe performance of tasks in many areas including the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom and other areas of the home or workplace.  Occupational therapists train patients and family the proper techniques in using adaptive equipment to maximize safety and independence.