Physical Therapy plays an important role in the healing process for many people who have suffered injuries due to an accident, illness or disease. The PT staff at CRHS offers a variety of treatments and expertise that bring patients back to a better quality of life after an injury or illness, and gives them the tools to maintain the quality of mobility and function they’ve achieved through physical therapy.
Our team of qualified, licensed professionals has a combined experience of over 40 years, and a spacious, state-of-the-art facility to provide care and treatment. This atmosphere facilitates the patient’s recovery, and helps them reach their maximum potential in the shortest amount of time.
Inpatient / Outpatient Services
Treatment of youth, adult and geriatric conditions
Treatment of orthopedic injuries to the upper and lower extremities
Conditioning and exercise
Treatment of neck and back injuries
Nerve condition testing upper and lower extremities
Neurologic (stroke) rehabilitation
Lower extremity amputation and prosthetics training
Appliance fitting for T.E.N.S units, back braces
500 Jefferson Street Whiteville, NC 28472
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Columbus Regional Healthcare System is committed to improving quality of life through excellence in the evaluation, treatment and management of patients with disorders of speech, voice, language, cognition, memory and swallowing.
The Speech-Language Pathology staff interfaces with all disciplines, including: general medicine, otolaryngology, radiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy and nursing.
Speech-Language Pathology services are provided to outpatients and inpatients. Our clinical expertise and core values of compassion and respect demonstrate our firm commitment to providing the highest quality of care for our patients.
Where to Find Us
Physical and Occupational Therapy are located near the main entrance at the east end of the hospital. Patients can register at the PT department for outpatient services. Inpatient Speech Therapy is located on the 4th floor
Dysphagia (swallowing disorder) or Feeding Difficulties
Fluency (stuttering) Disorders
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD) (Fast ForWord certification)