Mountain States Outpatient Rehab at Russell County Medical Center
Why Physical Therapy?
There are various reasons to seek Physical Therapy services, including: orthopedic injuries and disorders, sports injuries, work-related injuries, back / neck pain, cardiopulmonary disorders, vestibular / balance disorders, fall prevention, wounds / burns, spinal injuries, neurological disorders, pain management, diabetic neuropathy, deconditioning, pediatric / developmental disorders, lymphedema management and prosthetic training.
What is Physical Therapy?
Physical Therapy is a highly specialized healthcare profession focused on the interaction of the various body systems and their effect on a person’s ability to move and perform functional activities. Physical Therapists work with people of all ages. The goals of Physical Therapy are to promote a person’s ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, prevent disability and improve overall quality of life.
A Physical Therapist will perform a thorough assessment to identify current and potential problems. Based on the findings from the initial assessment, a Physical Therapist will help a person develop a Plan of Care with anticipated treatment options, goals and expected time frames, individualized to the person’s particular needs and expectations.
Why RCMC Physical Therapy?
The Department of Physical Therapy at Russell County Medical Center is dedicated to providing the highest level of quality, personalized and efficient care to effectively meet the rehabilitation and wellness needs of our patients.
Southwest Virginia is rich in the traditions of its hardworking people and beautiful landscape. The Russell County Medical Center has long been a part of this tradition, providing compassionate care and support to those in need. The Department of Physical Therapy is proud to be a part of this tradition. Our goal is to continue with the successes of the past and build for the future. We want to be your Physical Therapy provider of choice. You expect to receive the best possible care, close to home. We believe that you deserve this and will do everything that we can to earn your trust. At RCMC, we understand that you, the patient, are at the center of all we do.
We are committed to our patients and strive to assist them to.....
Get Back into Life.
How do I start Physical Therapy?
Beginning a Physical Therapy program can be as simple as a three-step process:
1. Talk to your physician or primary care provider about your current health and any specific conditions that may be causing pain or restricting your activities.
2. Request a referral from your physician or primary care provider for Physical Therapy.
3. Call and schedule an appointment at (276) 883-8095.
The RCMC Department of Physical Therapy is an approved provider for Medicare, Virginia Medicaid, Worker’s Compensation and most private insurance carriers. Please contact your insurance provider before starting Physical Therapy to determine your benefits, or ask us to assist you.
Who are We?
Matt Harris, PT, ATC – Director
Licensed Physical Therapist and Nationally Certified Athletic Trainer
Areas of special interest include sports medicine, manual therapy and work related injuries.
Nichole Horton, PTA
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant
Areas of special interest include wound management and cardiovascular rehabilitation.
Patricia Jackson, Office Manager
Will assist with scheduling, registration and insurance questions.
Where are We?
The Department of Physical Therapy at RCMC offers treatments on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. For those who are admitted to the hospital, we are a part of the hospital’s interdisciplinary team and will provide services that will assist with your healing and recovery.
On an outpatient basis, for your convenience, we have locations in Lebanon and St. Paul.
Our main office in Lebanon is on the 2nd floor of the Medical Office wing of Russell County Medical Center. Located within the heart of Lebanon, we offer a convenient, centralized location for our Russell County patients.
Our St. Paul office is in the Riverside Community Medical Clinic and offers a convenient location for parts of Wise, Dickenson, Scott and Russell counties.
For an appointment at either location, call our main office at (276) 883-8095.
Department of Physical Therapy
P.O. Box 3600, 58 Carroll St.
Lebanon, VA 24266
Phone: (276) 883-8095 | Fax: (276) 883-8097