The Bellevue Hospital provides a variety of Specialty Services to meet every individual's unique needs. Below, you will find a list of services we offer.
Aquatic therapy is a physical therapy treatment done in a therapeutic pool and provides and opportunity for patients to exercise with low impact for the patient. Pain is often reduced or eliminated in aquatic therapy because water supports the body and reduces weight bearing on the joints.
Free Balance Screenings
The Bellevue Hospital Rehabilitation Services Department offers free balance screenings, information on fall prevention, and recommendations for balance improvement.
Free Pain Screenings
The Bellevue Hospital Rehabilitation Services Departments offers free pain screenings for anyone that experiences joint pain, muscle pain, arthritis pain, or pain interfering with daily activities.
The Bellevue Hospital now offers lymphedema treatment through our Rehabilitation Services Department. Our Certified Lymphedema Therapist provides Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT), a non-invasive therapy used to reduce the effects of lymphedema.
Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Working closely with patients and referring physicians, physical therapists are able to treat a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and sports injuries. The Bellevue Hospital also offers a full gym for patients to use to help them reach their mobility goals and expectations.
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Trigger points are small knots that develop in a muscle when it is injured. Dry needling is a procedure that uses a thin, filament needle that is inserted into a trigger point to stimulate recovery response in the muscle. Benefits of Trigger Point Dry Needling include decreased acute and chronic pain and increased range of motion.
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy is a program designed to reduce the symptoms of dizziness, vertigo and poor balance associated with inner-ear problems. The Bellevue Hospital's physical therapists can engage individuals in an exercise based treatment program to help reduce the symptoms.