Restoring, maintaining, and promoting overall fitness and health
From infants to collegiate and professional athletes to senior citizens, Freeman physical therapists perform functional evaluations to develop and implement treatment plans for the best therapeutic outcomes for our patients. Learn more about physical therapy.
Physical therapists help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disability for any patient suffering from injury or disease. Physical therapy focuses on improving function, strength, balance, and coordination with a goal of improving, restoring, or maintaining how an individual functions at work and at home. Physical therapists also teach patients to use assistive and adaptive devices, such as crutches, prostheses, and wheelchairs.
We lead the region in the performance of functional capacity evaluations to determine job capacity, in conjunction with Freeman OccuMed.
Freeman Rehabilitation Services
Freeman Rehabilitation and Sports Center
2206 E. 32nd St.
Freeman Rehabilitation Services - Neosho
204 N. Lincoln St.
Freeman Physical Rehabilitation Unit
932 E. 34th St.
Freeman Physical Therapy
510 Park St.
Joplin, for work-injury therapy
3201 McClelland Blvd.
Carthage, for work-injury therapy
1500 S. Case St.