Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy

Full-time therapists, assistants and technicians provide consultation and therapy to help patients improve their health.

Illness or injury can cause speech and language problems, limited movement or disruption of daily routines. Physical therapists work with patients to restore function, increase movement and decrease pain. Occupational therapists help patients restore health and increase independence. Speech therapists assist patients with their ability to communicate and comprehend.

The unit uses equipment such as electrotherapy, ultrasound and exercise machines to help patients restore their health. Patients are also advised on nutrition and exercise programs to follow outside of therapy sessions.

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

  • Post-injury treatment and rehabilitation
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Gait training
  • Amputee and prosthetic training
  • Pain management

Women’s Health

  • Osteoporosis Care & Prevention
  • Post-Partum Pain & Discomfort
  • Pelvic & Low Back Pain

Neurological Rehabilitation

  • Stroke care
  • Balance training
  • Gait training
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Parkinson’s

Exercise-Based Rehabilitation

  • Pre-surgical treatment, exercise instruction, & counseling
  • Therapeutic strengthening and endurance exercises
  • Home exercises program instruction
  • Sports-Specific Therapies

Speech Therapy

  • Treatment for aphasia & dysphagia
  • Treatment for language disorders associated with stroke or traumatic brain injury
  • Vital Stim Certified

Injury Prevention Starts with Education
Staying active is the key to long-term mobility but it is important to educate yourself on how far to push your body and understand the warning signs when they present themselves. Most injuries requiring attention have some common warning signs and symptoms. Acute injuries are obvious but nagging, chronic aches typically develop over time. The sooner you address these injuries, the sooner you can heal and avoid long-term damage.

Injury Warning Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

  • Joint Pain – particularly in the knee, ankle, elbow  or wrist.
  • Tenderness at a Specific Point – experienced when pressing on a bone, muscle or joint.
  • Swelling – especially when accompanied by pain, redness and heat.
  • Reduced Range of Motion – when compared to the non-injured side.
  • Numbness & Tingling – could mean nerve compression.

If you experience any of the above symptoms, take steps to remedy the situation in order to avoid long-term damage.

How Physical Therapy Can Help
If you experience an injury, recently had surgery or have a condition that requires rehabilitation, physical therapy is a step in the right direction to overall good health.

Sovah Health - Danville Sports Medicine & Rehab offers physical therapy services for those experiencing aches, pains, debilitating illness or trauma, stroke, traumatic head injury, spinal cord injury, joint replacement, fractures, back/neck problems, amputations, wounds and more.

These conditions do not have to mean a lifetime of dependence on others. Working together, we can see your potential, set your goals, reach your results.


Danville Family YMCA
215 Riverside Drive
Danville, VA 24541

For more information, please call 434.822.0484.