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Physical Therapy

The Physical Therapy Clinic provides the highest quality standard of Physical Therapy in accordance with the guidelines established by the American Physical Therapy Association, The Army Medical Department, The Army Medical Specialist Corps, and Fox Army Health Center. Optimum patient care will be given without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual preference, or national origin in a cost-effective environment. The clinic is located on the second floor of the Health Center on the west side of the building.

The Physical Therapy Service is an integral part of Fox Army Health Center, working in a close relationship with its staff for the most comprehensive and effective patient care. The purpose of physical therapy as a constituent of rehabilitative medicine is to treat disease, injury, and disability by assessment, examination, and the use of rehabilitative procedures, massage, exercise, and physical agents, including, but not limited to mechanical devices, heat, cold, air, water, electricity, and sound in the aid of diagnosis or treatment; to obtain information needed in the diagnosing and evaluation of patients; to prevent or minimize residual physical disabilities and functional impairments; to aid the patient in achieving their maximum potential within their capabilities; and to accelerate convalescence and reduce the length of functional recovery.