Rehabilitation Services

Mason Health provides excellent Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy services to patients of all ages to help them achieve their best functional outcome.

Mason General Hospital

Phone
Phone: 1-360-427-9545
Fax: 1-360-427-3616
hours
  • Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Physical Therapy

Mason Health Physical Therapy team members are movement experts. They help patients reduce their pain and improve their mobility and function. Physical Therapy is effective for a wide variety of conditions and symptoms including muscle weakness, bone injuries, neurological, balance and developmental issues.

Occupational Therapy

Mason Health Occupational Therapy team members help patients increase their safety and independence with their daily activities. Occupational therapy focuses on optimizing patients’ functional use of their hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders incorporating each patient’s individual functional goals. Interventions are based on the client’s occupations they engage in and the context of those occupations.

Speech Therapy

Mason Health Speech Therapy team members help infants, children and adults to improve swallowing, communication skills and brain function to promote independence. The Speech Language Pathologists work with patients who have had a stroke, or suffer from other neurological, developmental or medical challenges.

Physical Therapy Team

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Director of Rehabilitation Services Cheryl Woods, PT.

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Physical Therapists

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Mike Barnett, PT, MPT, OCS, ATC, Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Physical Therapist Assistants

Speech & Occupational Therapy

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Erin Henley, MS, CCC-SLP (Master of Science, Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology)

Monica Vinson

Monica Vinson, MS, CCC-SLP (Master of Science, Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology). Vinson co-authored the study paper, “The Impact of COVID-19 on Clinical Practice in Medically Based Settings: Speech-Language Pathologists’ Perspectives,” which details how the virus has changed who is being seen by speech-language pathologists and how their mental health impacts their care and treatment.

Pediatric Rehabilitation Services

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Occupational Therapist Tawnie Easton and Speech Therapist Erin Henley work with patient Elliott Duval, 3.

Mason Health has excellent physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists who collaborate together to help children achieve the highest functional level possible. Our therapists provide quality sensory, motor, and social emotional play-based therapy for children within the community, as well as training and support for families and caregivers. Our therapists are experienced with helping children to develop their motor and language skills so that they function with the highest degree of independence, maximizing and improving the child’s quality of life.

Rehab Aides

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Cynthia Morrow

Office Staff

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The Rehabilitation Services staff includes office assistants Beth Bueno, Veronica McKay, Kristina Yocum and Nancy Manley. Not pictured: Hailey Jenkins and Jo Anna Rasmussen.