The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at GW Hospital offers a variety of specialized physical therapy programs. To contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, please call 202-715-5655.
Therapists help patients with sports related injuries return to peak physical performance and prevent further injury. Special areas of focus include: Aquatic Therapy, Dance Rehabilitation, GW Running Clinic and more.
Therapists insert a small needle directly into the tight muscle to release knots, decrease pain and improve function.
Hand therapy addresses injuries and conditions of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.
Therapists carry out comprehensive post-operative rehabilitation for patients undergoing hip arthroscopy surgery.
Specially trained therapists use complete decongestive therapy to help reduce swelling, restore mobility, prevent infection and improve quality of life.
Specially trained therapists assess patients for the most appropriate wheelchair and seating system to improve comfort and mobility.
Therapists reduce dizziness, vertigo, gaze instability and imbalance issues related to inner ear (vestibular) conditions.
Physical and occupational therapists focus on improving movement, restoring function and preventing disability associated with a variety of neurological conditions.
Therapists work to minimize the side effects of cancer treatment and motivate survivors to improve their quality of life.
Pelvic health rehabilitation providers are neuromusculoskeletal experts who aim to identify and treat patients with pelvic floor dysfunction.
Walking and Wellness Program
This program helps increase patients' independence and well-being by promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. Therapists provide answers to health questions, custom exercise programs and in-depth wellness education. Patients with limited mobility, degenerative joint disease, declining gait and balance dysfunction can benefit from the program.
Podcast: The Inside Story on Outpatient Rehab
Daniel Finn, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, discusses the outpatient rehabilitation services offered by the George Washington University Hospital, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology.