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Chandler, AZ

Outpatient Rehabilitation - Chandler Regional Medical Center - Chandler, AZ


1875 W Frye Rd Morrison Bldg

Chandler, AZ 85224


Sun Closed


7:00AM - 5:30PM


7:00AM - 5:30PM


7:00AM - 5:30PM


7:00AM - 5:30PM


8:00AM - 1:00PM

Sat Closed

About Outpatient Rehabilitation - Chandler Regional Medical Center

Outpatient Rehabilitation - Chandler Regional Medical Center is a rehabilitation center that offers many services, including swallowing and speech therapy, neurological rehab (Parkinson’s, Stroke, SCI), and physical therapy. Visit Outpatient Rehabilitation - Chandler Regional Medical Center located at 1875 W Frye Rd Morrison Bldg, Chandler, AZ. This Chandler rehabilitation center is one of the best in Arizona. As part of the Dignity Health network, Outpatient Rehabilitation - Chandler Regional Medical Center is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to Chandler and nearby communities.

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Services We Offer

Joint replacement

Joint replacement is a surgical procedure that is performed when a joint is severely worn or damaged. It involves the partial or complete removal of the old, damaged joint, replacing it with an artificial joint.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, is a service that teaches patients movements and exercises to improve their strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Physical therapy is used to help people recover physical injury, chronic conditions, and disabilities.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a form of therapy that is designed to help people develop, retain, or regain the ability to do the things they need and want to do in daily life, such as work, school, housework, exercise, and recreational activities.

Speech Language Pathology

Our speech language pathologists will assess, diagnose, and provide treatment to improve language/communication, cognitive function, voice, and swallowing disorders.


Conditions We Treat

Neurological diseases

Neurological disorders are disorders and diseases of the brain and the nervous system. They include several types of disorders, such as headaches, cerebral spinal fluid leak, stroke, seizures, dementia, and Parkinson's disease.

Neurological movement disorders

Neurological disorders are disorders and diseases of the brain and the nervous system. They include several types of disorders, such as headaches, cerebral spinal fluid leak, stroke, seizures, dementia, and Parkinson's disease.

Spinal cord injury

A spinal cord injury is damage is done to any part of the spinal cord or the nerves at the end of the spinal canal. A spinal cord injury can result in the temporary or permanent loss of sensation, strength, and function in the body below the area where the injury occurred.


A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted, preventing the brain from getting oxygen and nutrients.

Vestibular dysfunction

Dizziness and vertigo are symptoms of a vestibular balance disorder. Balance disorders can strike at any age, but are most common as you get older.

Concussion and brain injury

Concussions are usually caused by a blow to the head and is a traumatic brain injury that affects mental function. Effects are usually temporary and can include headaches and problems with concentration, memory, balance and coordination.

Brain tumor

A brain tumor, also known as an intracranial tumor, is an abnormal mass of tissue in which cells grow and multiply uncontrollably, seemingly unchecked by the mechanisms that control normal cells.

Muscle, bone or joint injury

Joint, muscle, and ligament disorders are a group of disorders that affect the joints, muscles, and ligaments, often causing pain, inflammation, and reduced mobility. Examples of these types of disorders include autoimmune disorders, osteoporosis, gout, hand and foot disorders, and other musculoskeletal disorders.

Spinal injuries and surgeries

Spine surgeries or procedures are done to manage spinal disorders caused by injury, infection, degenerative disease, blockage of the blood supply, or compression. This care includes medication, pain management, physical therapy, and surgery when required.

Work-related injuries

Diagnosis and treatment of work-related injuries is important to ensure you get prompt medical treatment and so you can receive the maximum amount of workers' compensation benefits to which you are entitled. You should seek medical treatment right away, even if your condition seems minor.

Sports-related injuries

Sports injuries are injuries obtained while engaging in sports or exercise. These injuries can be as minor as a bruise or small cut or they can be more severe, such as a concussion, sprain, strain, fracture, dislocation, or muscle or ligament tear.

Injury prevention

Injury is a term to describe damage to the body caused by falls and other types of accidents, physical violence, and weapons. Injuries can be minor or they can be severe and even life-threatening.

Hand injuries (splinting)

Our Orthopedic services program is designed help to alleviate pain and increase mobility from a variety of disorders caused by sports injuries, trauma, degenerative diseases and other conditions. Through orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation and other treatment options we are equipped to handle a variety of repairs from head-to-toe.

Pain syndromes

A neurological pain syndrome is chronic (long-term) pain that occurs when your nervous system does not work properly because of a disease or direct damage to a nerve or nerves. With some syndromes, the nerves signal pain even when there is not real feeling of pain.

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