Physical Therapy Services
Maintaining an active, independent lifestyle is a vital part of living in or visiting the North Lake Tahoe area. We treat a variety of patients and community members: professional and recreational athletes, post-surgical patients, seniors, adults, and children. We help all ages and abilities reach their goals and maintain an active and independent lifestyle. The staff at Tahoe Forest Physical Therapy located in the Tahoe Center for Health and Sports Performance and Incline Village Community Hospital Physical Therapy and Sports Performance offer physical, occupational, speech, hand therapy, and more.
Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy with 3 Convenient Locations
- Professional and Highly Experienced Staff
- Hands-On, Manual Based Physical Therapy Practice
- Pre and Post-Surgery Care
- In-Home Therapy Services Available
- Acute and Chronic Pain Management
- Spinal Rehabilitation
- Sports Medicine Rehabilitation
- Hand, Wrist and Elbow Injury Therapy
- Injury Recovery and Prevention
- Warm Water Therapy Pool
- Medical Fitness Center memberships
- Vestibular Balance
- Visceral Mobilization
- Custom Orthotics
Our staff members are experts at analyzing movement and function to treat you effectively and efficiently. Our highly skilled and experienced physical and occupational therapists can help relieve symptoms, improve your health and physical abilities, and return you to your healthy lifestyle. We offer a hands-on approach in developing an individualized treatment plan that will get you back to your favorite sport, back on the job, or return quickly to an independent life.
Download a PDF of our current rehabilitation staff.
How Does One Start In Therapy?
Patients most of the time seek a Physical Therapist, Occupational or Speech Therapist as a result of a physician order. The therapeutic benefits can be tremendously successful in improving a patient's health and physical abilities.
Course of Treatment
Rehabilitation integrates education and a multitude of manual therapies, neuromuscular re-education, movement preparation, and pain management.
Evaluation The goal of an evaluation is to determine your current medical condition and develop a treatment plan based upon your personal goals.
Treatment Your treatment plan may sometimes require multiple visits over a period of time. In other instances, one initial visit with one follow-up is all that may be required.
Education A key component of therapy is education. The background and training of a therapist is focused on getting you better and giving you the tools to improve and maintain your health.
Home Exercise Programs These programs are designed to give you exercises or stretches to take what is done in the clinic and extend it to the home.
Your Involvement You are an integral part of the process. Physical or Occupational Therapies do not happen without your involvement. Think of this as a partnership in your health.
Three Convenient Locations
New Name and Location
On the corner of Village Blvd and Alder Ave