Evaluation and treatment diagnoses include but are not limited to the following list:
No, OT is another specialty that deals mainly with the upper extremity focusing on the elbow, wrist, and hand joints. If the physician gives you a consult for OT, the physical therapist will generate a consult for you to be seen by a civilian occupational therapist. This may also include a physical therapist who has undergone specialized training and has become “HAND CERTIFIED”.
No, due to our limited size and resources we do not have a pool for aquatic therapy. If your physician is requesting that you attend an aquatic physical therapy program the therapist will generate a consult for you to be seen by a civilian physical therapy clinic that offers aquatic therapy
It depends. The following is a list of the equipment that we carry on a regular basis:
No, you have to go to Walter Reed or have a referral/approval from Tricare to see a civilian orthotist to have custom made orthotics made. We offer two different basic off-the-shelf full length shoe insert one for maximum cushioning (not rigid) and one for support (rigid) that is similar to a custom orthotic only it is not custom made to your foot. We also have heel inserts should the podiatrist recommend those.
Mon - Wed, Friday 6:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thu: 6:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Closed the 1st Wednesday of the month)
Physical Therapy Clinic
Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic
APG, MD 21005