Therapeutic Services

Outpatient Rehabilitation Center

Our professional therapists use a team approach providing individualized procedures and activities. This approach involves the patient’s physician, a physical therapist, an occupational therapist, a speech therapist and any other specialist required to ensure a thorough recovery. Developing individualized programs with specific skills and equipment, our therapists offer recommendations for the patient’s general safety and for restoration to better health and functioning.

Meet our therapists here.

Pediatric Therapy

The Family Health West Pediatric Rehabilitation Center treats youth ages newborn – 18 years of age. Located at 576 Kokopelli, Suite F, the pediatric therapists provide physical, occupational and speech-language therapies treating a variety of conditions to help children who are experiencing difficulty meeting the demands of developing like sitting, crawling and walking, communicating, feeding, dressing themselves, socializing and much more. Therapeutic services help children experience the world with greater confidence due to improvements in mobility, strength and coordination, cognition, communication, social-emotional development and/or sensory processing.

For more information about the Pediatric Therapy Center services call 970-858-2572.

Physical Therapy

Our services include rehabilitation following hospitalization, surgery, injury, etc. and treatment for existing functional problems. In addition, we provide a variety of therapies and preventative care.

Occupational Therapy

Impairment, due to injury or disease, may occur in activities of daily living. Occupational Therapy addresses sensory, motor, cognitive, and psychological components that cause difficulty in performance in areas such as self-care, work, leisure, recreation, and for conditions such as a stroke, pneumonia, multiple sclerosis, etc.

Speech Therapy

Family Health West’s Rehabilitation Therapy Center provides speech therapy services designed to help prevent, identify, evaluate, treat and rehabilitate communication and swallowing disorders.


This therapeutic tool uses instrumentation to provide individuals direct, live time, immediate feedback about changes in their physiology (bodily functions). Patients are taught to improve their health and manage pain by using signals from their bodies.
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