Therapy Services: We'll help you get moving again.

Missouri Baptist Therapy Services offers a comprehensive service line of interdisciplinary care to assist you throughout your rehab journey. Whether your journey begins with a hospital stay or your physician refers to you outpatient rehab, our therapists will be with you every step of the way. If you are hospitalized, our large staff of inpatient therapists work with you at your bedside or in specialized gyms to improve your mobility, independence, strength, safety, and endurance.

If you require additional intensive rehab after your hospitalization, Missouri Baptist Acute Rehab offers the most intensive inpatient rehab available in an intimate setting to ensure that you receive the one-on-one attention essential to your recovery. Missouri Baptist Outpatient Rehabilitation offers comprehensive Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy services to maximize your rehabilitation and independence. With multiple specialty services and one-on-one therapy sessions our priority is to get you back to enjoying life.

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Count Your Steps

Active, healthy adults take 10,000 steps per day on average.  You can use a pedometer to start tracking your steps towards a healthy active lifestyle!

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The most critical action seniors can take to help prevent falls is to maintain physical activity.

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Amazing Results of  Physical Medicine.

Just a decade ago, physical medicine (rehabilitation therapies) seemed an afterthought to care, often overlooked and underutilized.

Now patients, their families and doctors are seeing amazing benefits from physical, occupational and speech therapies for many injuries, diseases and health conditions.

Patients with congested nasal passages often assume they have a sinus infection or 'sinusitis." Inflamed nasal passages actually can be caused by allergies or viral colds. Physicians, therefore, generally limit the definition of sinusitis to bacterial infection of the sinuses.
Parents often ask me about vaccines, why and if they are needed and how many shots should be given at a time. Here are my answers to the most-asked questions:

Date: Apr 1, 2010

Are Tattoos Safe?

People may worry about their friends or children getting tattoos, especially since tattoos break the skin and carry a risk of infections and other complications. Tattoos can lead to local bacterial infec­tions that are characterized by redness, swelling, pain or a pus-like drainage. Impetigo, cellulitis, herpes simplex and viral warts are all concerns. Worst case: infections from dirty needles, such as hepatitis, HIV and staph, have been reported. So choose your tattoo artist carefully, and if you suspect a problem, seek the advice of your physician.
When should you take your child to the emergency room, versus waiting to see your pediatrician during office hours? In general, one should err on the side of going to the ER. To help you decide, below is a list of reasons to head to the ER. If you're still unsure if your child warrants an ER visit, call your pediatrician or his or her after-hours number.
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3015 North Ballas Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63131
Missouri Baptist Outpatient Center — Sunset Hills
3844 South Lindbergh Blvd.
Sunset Hills, Missouri 63127
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