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The therapy teams at HSHS St. John's Hospital are dedicated to helping patients make a full recovery. St. John's provides outpatient physical, occupational, speech therapy through TherapyCare and pediatric rehabilitation in HSHS St. John's Women and Children's Clinic.

Our caring, compassionate therapists are an integral part of the patient's health care team to help ensure the highest quality of care. Our therapists also provide feedback about prior level of function, special care needs, discharge plans and possible home modifications.
Women receiving physical therapy
Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists use hands-on treatment, exercise and gait training to help you regain independence and relieve pain.
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Women receiving occupational therapy
Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy can help reduce or eliminate symptoms and pain through range of motion and strengthening exercises.
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Older women with two young children
Speech Therapy

Speech therapists are specially trained to help overcome speech impairment and swallowing dysfunctions. 
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Women doing aquatic therapy
Aquatic Therapy
Aquatic therapy uses the properties of water to assist patients in their rehabilitation. TherapyCare - S. 6th St. has one of the only warm-water therapy pools in Springfield. Learn more.
Young boy and pediatric rehabilitation specialist
Pediatric Rehabilitation
Pediatric Rehabilitation helps children achieve their highest level of functioning at home, school and in the community. Learn more. 
Man receiving a dry needling treatment
Dry Needling
Integrative Dry Needling uses thin fiilform needles to help relieve pain and range of motion. Learn more. 
Older adult male performing physical therapy


Vestibular rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy that treats vertigo, dizziness, balance deficits and motion sensitivity. Learn more.