Lafayette Rehabilitation Services is a therapist-owned clinic that has served the community since 1992. We are committed to maximizing our patient’s quality of life by providing comprehensive physical rehabilitation, occupational therapy, and related services to help you achieve maximum wellness.
We are committed to treat each patient as an individual. We tailor our care to each person’s unique needs using the latest therapeutic methods and services.
Our mission is to maximize quality of life by providing our patients with world-class therapy services with the utmost quality, compassion, and care.
I had the most enjoyable experience at Lafayette Rehabilitation Services. My therapists were so encouraging and Helpful. They were professional as well as relatable. They recognized when I was despondent and would comfort me, offering hope and sincere empathy. They also offered challenges that helped me along the journey with lots of laughter and well wishes! They were great!”
– Jeanette L., April 2018
Please use the form below or call us directly to schedule an appointment. We have two offices to serve you. Please call the office at which you would like to be seen.
For your convenience, our hours are:
Mon – Thurs: 7 am – 6 pm and Fri: 7 am – 5 pm
Mon: 8am – 4:30pm
Tues: 7am – 4:30pm
Weds: 7am – 3:30pm
Thurs: 7am – 5pm
Fri: 7am – 3pm
1411 S. Creasy Lane, Suite 100
Lafayette, IN 47905
3451 Wyndham Way, Suite C
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Physical Therapy: Our Physical Therapists help patients with musculoskeletal injuries that affect the neck, back, and/or extremities. They improve mobility, restore function, reduce pain, or prevent further injury. Common diagnoses include sprains, strains, low back pain, neck pain, headaches, post-operative rehab for spinal fusions, joint replacements, ACL construction, rotator cuff repair, dizziness, and balance problems. Specific methods include:
Aquatic Therapy: Lafayette Rehabilitation Services has a dedicated therapy pool to help patients with a variety of conditions, and may be recommended as part of an overall therapy plan. The warmth and buoyance of the water can help decrease pain, improve mobility, and provide gentle resistance.
Lymphedema Therapy: Our lymphedema-certified therapists treat swelling that can occur following a surgery involving lymph node removal, radiation, trauma, or infection. Treatment may include manual lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, compression bandaging, exercise, education about skin care, and issuing compression garments. We also offer HIVAMAT therapy which for some patients can offers immediate reduction in pain and swelling, and increase range of motion.
Vestibular Rehabilitation (Balance, Dizziness, and Headaches): Our specially-trained physical therapists can help improve balance, reduce risk of falls, reduce dizziness, and minimize the effects of headaches that may occur after surgery, car accidents, or other injuries.
Occupational Therapy: Our occupational therapists help patients develop, recover, or maintain activities of daily living and work skills. They provide specialized services including ASTYM and kinesio taping, and specialize in the rehabilitation and post-surgical care of upper extremity injuries and dysfunction.
Hand Therapy: Our Hand Therapists are experts in fitting and custom fabrication of a variety of splints and custom orthotics. They will recommend adaptive equipment and techniques to increase independence and minimize injury.
Work Rehabilitation: Our work rehabilitation program helps our patients return to work through real or simulated work activities. Participants are educated in body mechanics, pacing, safety, and injury prevention. Specific methods include:
Wellness Programming: Past patients and community members are invited to participate in our wellness program to continue to improve overall fitness and reach personal wellness goals. Participants can use the gym equipment and pool. Our clinical assistant is available to help guide participants through appropriate exercise, if desired.
Appointment Arrival: Please arrive 15 minutes early for your first appointment to fill out paperwork. Please bring a script or referral from your doctor if you have one.
What to Bring: Bring a photo ID and your insurance card(s). If you are unsure of coverage, call before your visit and we can check your coverage.
What to Wear: Please wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes. Your therapist will need to see the body part being treated.
What to Expect: Your therapist will evaluate your injury or condition, develop a personalized treatment plan, and often give you exercises to aid in your recovery.
Self-Referral: For most insurance plans in the state of Indiana, you can refer yourself for physical therapy without a physician prescription. Contact us for more details and get back to the things you love sooner.
Treatment Plan: The length and frequency of your treatment plan is determined by a combination of your specific injury or condition, YOUR goals, the physician’s prescription/recommendations, your therapist’s recommendation, your progress and your insurance plan.
Regularly Scheduled Appointments: Usually, you will have a few therapy appointments each week. While these appointments may present a temporary inconvenience, the regularity is critical to your long-term progress. As you progress, new levels of treatments and exercises will be introduced to help you reach specific treatment goals.
We are looking forward to seeing you in our office. Please print and complete the New Patient Packet and bring it with you to your first appointment.
At Lafayette Rehabilitation, we help each patient achieve meaningful goals that make a difference in his or her quality of life. We accept referrals from all area physicians. To refer a patient, please fax a prescription for PT/OT services and include the patient’s phone number to:
Lafayette Office Fax: 765.449.1054
West Lafayette Office Fax: 765.446.5208
We will contact the patient within one business day to verify coverage and schedule at the patient’s preferred location.
Indiana law permits physical therapists to see patients for 24 days without a physician referral. Although some insurance plans may require one.
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