Providing Support, Building Confidence
A disabling injury or illness can create lifestyle changes and cause frustrating setbacks. No matter if you were injured at work or playing sports or if you are recovering from major injury or illness, the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at the George Washington University Hospital can help.
To contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, please call 202-715-5655.
As a patient, you will receive individualized therapy from highly skilled physical, occupational and speech therapists, all in the comfort of more than 7,000 square feet of beautifully designed and naturally lit space. At GW Hospital, we focus on patients' abilities - not their disabilities - to instill the confidence they need to achieve their maximum level of independence.
Outpatient Therapy Services are integral to the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with functional limitation or loss resulting from disability, disease or injury. Patients at The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center are treated for common therapy diagnoses.
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Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
2131 K. Street, NW, Suite 620
Washington, DC 20037
Hours: Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Conveniently located near the Foggy Bottom Metro Station
- Most insurance carriers, Medicare and Workers’ Compensation accepted
- Licensed and certified clinicians
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GW Hospital offers aquatic therapy as an alternative form of rehabilitation aimed at improving strength and flexibility while decreasing stress and pressure on the joints.
Physical therapists at GW Hospital's Outpatient Rehabilitation Center help improve or restore mobility, reduce pain and prevent disability. They are experienced in treating a wide array of musculoskeletal, orthopedic and neurological injuries/disorders.
Through upper body strengthening and coordination, fine and gross motor control development, training in the use of self-help aids and work/home evaluations, occupational therapists promote safety and help people relearn and master the skills needed for self-care, work and play.
The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at The George Washington University Hospital offers comprehensive nutrition services to guide every patient to learn healthy habits that last a lifetime to prevent or manage disease.
Speech and Language Rehabilitation Services
The experienced and certified speech language pathologists at GW Hospital's Outpatient Rehabilitation Center offer a comprehensive program of evaluation and treatment for individuals who develop speech, language, swallowing or cognitive deficits following an injury or illness.
Physical therapy programs in sports medicine, aquatic therapy, dance rehabilitation, walking and wellness, running rehab, dry needling, oncology rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation and neurologic rehabilitation are available to meet patients' unique needs.
The AlterG Treadmill allows for ultra-low impact running using differential air pressure (DAP) technology. This enables you to lower the impact of your body weight by up to 80 percent, which will decrease joint stress and allow a faster return to running with less risk of re-injury. The AlterG can accelerate the return to running after surgery by allowing an earlier initiation of conditioning and endurance training. It can be used in the treatment of orthopedic and neurological impairments to get people moving sooner, faster and more effectively.