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Rehabilitation Services

Serving patients in the Marion County area, Hillsboro Community Hospital has an active physical therapy department. The Physical Therapy staff works with hospital, post-acute care (swing bed), and outpatients. Patients are referred from local doctors as well as doctors from surrounding areas.

Patients treated include those who have had:

-strokes

-strains/sprains

- fibromyalgia

- Arthritis

- Pediatrics

- Parkinson’s

-vestibular disorders/ BPPV

- Urinary incontinence

-pelvic floor disorder

-post-surgical

- back pain

Emphasis is put on instruction in posture, mechanics related to their jobs, trigger point work, and home programs for self-management and preventive measures.

Treatments include:

-electric stimulation

-ultrasound

-iontophoresis

-myofascial

- cranial/sacral

-ISTM/ASTM

-kinesio taping

-paraffin

- strain/counter strain

- Myokinesthetics

-muscle energy techniques

You can reach the Physical Therapy Department at 620-877-4279

Bio for Physical Therapy

Dr. Amber Monson, DPT, AT

Dr. Monson is a 2012 graduate of Wichita State University and a Tabor College graduate with a major in Athletic Training/Strength and Conditioning. She is passionate about an overall healthy lifestyle and an advocate for daily exercise routines. She enjoys treating a wide variety of diagnoses including post-op injuries, athletic injuries, pediatrics, pelvic floor dysfunction, gait abnormalities, and core stabilization training. Dr. Monson enjoys running, having competed twice at Boston Marathon. She has taught yoga/step classes and water aerobics through the HRC. She enjoys spending time with her husband, daughters, and Boston terrier.

 

Tera Hiebert, CPTA

Tera is a 2000 graduate of Colby Community College with HCH since 2001. She has a passion for healthy lifestyle habits and holistic approaches to wellness. She also enjoys treating a variety of diagnoses, including implementation of manual techniques. Her favorites include Myofascial Release/CranioSacral techniques. She enjoys gardening, working at home, and spending time with her husband and daughter.

 

Miranda Reed, CPTA

Miranda is a 1997 graduate of Wichita State University Physical Therapist Assistant Program. She enjoys treating orthopedic dysfunctions, post-op care, and different diagnosis of the older population having spent 12 years in Critical Access Hospitals in 2009. She has a growing passion for whole body wellness through foods and exercise. Her free time is spent in organized chaos supporting her husband, Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Tabor College and her 3 children in their various activities.

 

 

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