Marshall Outpatient Physical Rehabilitation Changing Lives One Step at a Time Are health problems reducing your ability to function and enjoy life’s usual activities? Our skilled therapists can help. We help patients regain their independence by increasing strength and endurance, reducing pain, and teaching strategies to overcome physical challenges. Our rehabilitation clinics are located at: 1000 Fowler Way, Suite 6 Placerville 530-344-5430 5137 Golden Foothill Parkway, Suite 120 El Dorado Hills 530-344-5430 Pelvic Health and Cancer Rehab 3581 Palmer Drive, Suite 602 Cameron Park 530-626-2720 x7173 Comprehensive Services Marshall Medical Center offers a full range of outpatient rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy: Physical therapists offer proven, hands-on treatment techniques and exercise programs. Working with a physical therapist, patients should improve their overall strength and wellbeing and learn strategies for preventing injuries from falls and other accidents. Occupational therapists help patients achieve independence with the activities of daily living after an injury, illness or accident. Whether it is getting dressed, participating in outdoor activities, or returning to work, occupational therapy can help patients get back to their day-to-day lives. Speech language pathologists are skilled at diagnosing and treating a variety of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing disorders. They assist patients in improving their communication skills and regaining regular swallowing. Conditions We Treat The therapists at Marshall have specialized training and experience treating: Parkinson’s disease Speak Out Program Stroke (CVA) Multiple sclerosis Fibromyalgia Chronic illness Cancer of the mouth, throat, or esophagus Sports injuries Infant torticollis Post-operative total joint surgery Pelvic pain and pregnancy Chronic pain We also provide care for Injuries and loss of abilities including: Spinal cord injury Head, neck and brain injury Difficulty swallowing Difficulty communicating Pain from accident, Injury or surgery Arthritis Shoulder injury and hand injury Balance problems Difficulty walking Vertigo Visit the following pages to learn more about Marshall’s outpatient rehabilitation services: Our team Featured services FAQ Patient Forms Please contact Marshall Outpatient Rehabilitation for more information at (530) 344-5430.