Therapy Services


The Therapy Services team at Hunt Regional Healthcare works hard to help patients get back to life, family, and friends as quickly as possible. Whether you receive inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation services, each program is designed to meet your needs.

Our programs cater to individuals facing various difficulties, including limitations in self-care, impaired mobility, balance, and coordination, joint strength and motion restrictions, changes in memory and cognitive functions, speech and communication problems, and swallowing disorders. These difficulties can arise from conditions such as stroke, hip fractures, certain forms of arthritis, amputations, neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy, major multiple trauma, spinal cord injury, and brain injury.


At Hunt Regional Healthcare, all of our individual rehabilitation programs are designed with the patient in mind. Whether the goal is to relieve chronic pain, improve motor skills or work toward exercising independently, our rehabilitation team is dedicated to helping patients overcome challenges and get back to their ways of life. Learn more about each one of our rehabilitation programs below:

  • Speech-Language Therapy

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    Speech-Language Therapy

    Our outpatient Speech-Language Therapy program assists patients in recovering communication and swallowing skills lost due to disorders, illnesses, or injuries.

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  • Physical Therapy

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    Physical Therapy

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  • Pelvic Floor Therapy

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    Pelvic Floor Therapy

    Our therapists help patients understand how the pelvic muscles operate. They also perform an optional internal exam to help identify problematic areas and monitor progress.

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  • Pediatric Speech Therapy

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    Pediatric Speech Therapy

    Our outpatient Pediatric Speech Therapy program treats young patients with speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.

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  • Occupational Therapy

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    Occupational Therapy

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  • Lymphedema Therapy

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    Lymphedema Therapy

    Lymphedema is the inability of the lymphatic system to transport fluid. Lymphedema can develop immediately or years after surgery or radiation and causes swelling in the limbs or legs.

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  • LSVT BIG Therapy

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    LSVT BIG Therapy

    LSVT BIG can teach those living with Parkinson’s disease how to avoid inactivity and ease movement while engaging in everyday activities. This helps improve our patients’ quality of life.

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  • Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

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    Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

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  • Dry Needling Treatment

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    Dry Needling Treatment

    Dry needling, performed by certified therapists, involves the careful placement of needles to stimulate affected areas and prompt the body's healing response.

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  • Cognitive Therapy

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    Cognitive Therapy

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the rehabilitation services offered at Hunt Regional Healthcare? Our FAQ section will provide you with the answers you’re looking for. Below is a list of questions addressed throughout our Rehabilitation FAQ.

There are several key differences between inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation at Hunt Regional. These differences include:

  • Length of Stay: Inpatients live within the Rehabilitation Unit during the duration of their treatment and receive 24-hour rehabilitation nursing care, while outpatients undergo therapy through the clinic and return home afterward.
  • Referrals: Inpatient rehabilitation referrals can be initiated by physicians, patients and their families, discharge planners and allied health professionals, while the outpatient clinic offers therapy services to hospital inpatients and the community through physician referral.
  • Cost: While inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRF) cost more per day than a lower level of care, studies suggest that IRF patients return home much sooner. Therefore, the significantly shorter lengths of stay reduce costs in the long run.
  • Treatment Frequency: Inpatients undergo therapy six days per week for a minimum of three hours per day, while outpatients undergo therapy based on individual evaluations.

Our inpatient rehabilitation program significantly helps individuals experiencing one or more of the following difficulties:

  • Limitations in self-care
  • Impaired mobility, balance and coordination
  • Limitations in joint strength or motion
  • Changes in memory, thought processing, reasoning and rational thinking
  • Speech and communication problems
  • Swallowing disorders

We understand that every patient is unique and has different needs, which is why our team individualizes every patient’s care. If you think you or someone you know would benefit from rehabilitation, please contact us at 903-408-1737 or 903-408-1740.

Yes. We encourage family members to do whatever they can to support the patient, including participating in the rehabilitation therapy process. Our interdisciplinary team of physicians and therapists work with each patient and their family to address the patient’s needs and progress at a personalized pace. We use a progressive approach to ensure each individualized treatment plan focuses on potential, not on limitations.

 There are two main methods of payment for rehabilitation patients to choose from, which include:

  • Medicare: Inpatient rehabilitation patients may be covered completely or in part by Medicare. Note that standard federal rules relating to individual hospital days apply.
  • Private: Insurance and managed care payments are based on contractual agreements between the hospital and the provider.
  • Please contact our case coordinator for more details on your coverage and benefits. Call today at 903-408-1737 or 903-408-1740.


  • Hunt Regional Center Greenville
    Hunt Regional Medical Center Greenville
    • 4215 Joe Ramsey Blvd, Greenville, TX 75401
    • 903.408.5000
  • Hunt Regional Urgent Care Commerce
    Hunt Regional Physical Therapy at Commerce
    • 2800 TX-24 Suite D, Commerce, TX 75428
    • 903.453.3980
  • Hunt Regional Physical Therapy Terrell
    • 301B S Virginia St, Terrell, TX 75160
    • 972.524.9100