San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department Extends Hours

San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department has extended their hours of operation for out-patient services to better serve the community and the needs of working adults.

The hours of operation for Out-Patient Services are now from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. The extended hours accommodate patients that need to be seen before or after typical business hours.

“This change will also allow us to use our facilities more efficiently,” said Steffen Meland, Director of Rehabilitation Services at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital. “It is a result of the increasing demand of our service, created by the trust the local community has put in us.”

The Physical Therapy Department at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital provides a full range of services to treat a wide variety of conditions, from post-operative conditions to simple aches and pains.

Our Physical Therapists specialize in sports medicine; treatment of the spine; shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, hand and foot disorders; arthritis; congenital and neurologic disorders; and work-related injuries.

The goal of SGMH’s Physical Therapy Department is to help patients improve movement and function, increase mobility, alleviate pain, and improve overall quality of life. We strive to restore, maintain, and promote overall fitness and health.

All 15 of the Associates of San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department are fully licensed Physical Therapists or Physical Therapy Assistants with several specialties, including manual and orthopedic therapy.

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