WBRMC Services Housed in the Medical Arts Center:
WBRMC's Rehabilitation Services is the only comprehensive rehabilitation in the region. Whether you need Physical therapy, Occupational therapy, Speech therapy, Massage therapy or a combination, WBRMC Rehabilitation Services is your one-stop resource for rehabilitation.
Physical therapists evaluate and treat patients with muscular, skeletal or neurological difficulties caused by disease or injury. Physical therapy services infants through adults with varying orthopedic, neurological and balance disorders.
Physical therapy currently offers treatment for the following:
- Post-surgical hip rehabilitation
- Post-surgical knee rehabilitation
- Vestibular/Balance Training
- Sports/Orthopedic Injuries
- Back Pain/Injuries (specializing in Mackenzie techniques)
- Neurological Conditions/Stroke/Traumatic Brain Injuries/Spinal Cord Injuries
- Golf Fitness Program
- Pediatric Therapy
Occupational therapists evaluate and treat patients using functional and graded activities to treat muscular, skeletal and neurological conditions in infants through adults with varying orthopedic and neurological disorders.
Occupational therapy currently offers treatment for the following:
- Lymphedema management for the upper and lower extremity
- Functional Capacity Evaluations
- Various hand injuries and post-surgical hand rehabilitation
- Shoulder pain and post-surgical shoulder rehabilitation
- Sensory integration disorders/autism spectrum disorders
- Neurological Conditions/Stroke/Traumatic Brain Injury/Spinal Cord Injuries
- Cumulative Trauma Disorders such as carpal tunnel, lateral/medial epicondylitis, and tendonitis
- Urinary Incontinence (Male & Female)
Speech Language Pathologists identify, evaluate and treat speech, language, cognitive and swallowing disorders in both adults and children.
- Speech Therapy currently offers treatment for the following:
- Modified Barium Swallow Studies
- Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation through Vital Stim Therapy
- Voice disorders
- Cognitive-Linguistic Disorders
- Language delays in children
- Augmentative Communication
*Speech Generating Devices
A physician referral/prescription is necessary to schedule an appointment
Does insurance cover therapy?
We accept all insurance types, however it is recommended that you contact your insurance company to ensure that your policy covers therapy services.
How long will therapy take?
Typically patients will be seen 2-3 times a week for 4-6 weeks. Once you have been discharged from therapy, we offer an "alumni" program that allows you to continue to exercise under supervision.
West Branch Regional Medical Center offers state-of-the-art diagnostic testing. The Outpatient Laboratory is a daily, full-service laboratory located in the Medical Arts Center for patient convenience. Patients register for all outpatient laboratory work at the Medical Arts Center's admission desk located just inside the main entrance. For more information, please call (989) 343-3254.
WBRMC Wound Care Center
The Wound Care Center at West Branch Regional Medical Center provides specialized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, which are defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly improved from conventional treatments. With state-of-the-art treatments available including debridement, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, dressing selection, special shoes, and patient education, people with non-healing and chronic wounds now have a place to turn. You may call the Wound Care Center directly or be referred by your doctor. To make an appointment directly, call: (989) 343-3790 or toll free (855) 343-0688.
Click here for more information about the WBRMC Wound Care Center.
Tolfree Foundation's mission is to: "Raise financial and volunteer support for the John Tolfree Health System to provide quality of life and increase healthcare resources to Michigan's northeastern communities." Tolfree Foundation has a variety of ways for donors to invest in the continued health of our region. Some donors may wish to give of their time, and volunteer. Others may choose our Memorial Program to remember or honor a loved one; some may wish to give back to the community by sponsoring a Foundation event which benefits the purchasing of state-of-the-art medical equipment; or, one may choose to contribute to the Annual Giving campaign. Perpetuating one's legacy and providing for the ongoing needs of our communities is also another option through our Planned Giving Program. Any way you choose - your gift is deeply felt and lives are bettered!
Click here for more information about the Tolfree Foundation.
Hospice of Helping Hands, Inc.
Hospice of Helping Hands, Inc. is a non-profit hospice care provider that has been serving Northeast Michigan since 1979. Current service area includes: Arenac, Crawford, Gladwin, Iosco, Ogemaw, Oscoda, and Roscommon counties. Hospice care is for patients who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and are seeking comfort care rather than curative treatment. For more information or a free informational visit, call 800-992-6592.
Other Services Housed at the Medical Arts Center:
Several physicians in private practice rent office space in the Medical Arts Center. These offices are conveniently located with ample parking spaces and private entrances for patient's convenience.
Lakeside Medical Arts Center in Prudenville
Located at the corner of M-18 and M-55, Lakeside Medical Arts Center is home to Primary Care Practice Inc.
There are several offices currently for rent. For more information about the space or to tour the building,
please call Bob McGrail at (989) 343-3107.