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Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Services

Recovery from an injury or debilitating condition requires hard work and commitment. Our compassionate and experienced staff helps each patient reach their goals. Therapists and patients form a partnership and set goals together, working to help the patient function at their highest level, whether at home or work.

Our highly skilled therapists offer many specialized services and are prepared to meet the needs of patients in Northeastern Wyoming.

Our Services

Brain Injury Support Group

The Brain Injury Support Group meets the third Wednesday of the month, 5:30 pm, in The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center’s first floor conference room. Learn more

Cancer Rehabilitation

Chemotherapy, radiation and sometimes surgery are common treatments for people diagnosed with cancer. But almost every cancer patient can benefit from Cancer Rehabilitation at any point in their treatment, even when their disease is in remission. Read more

Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab

If you have a heart or lung condition, Campbell County Memorial Hospital's cardiac or pulmonary rehab programs in Gillette, Wyoming can help you get healthy and function independently as quickly and safely as possible. Read more

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy

Rehabilitation Services provides complete physical therapy and occupational therapy to people with musculoskeletal problems caused by disease or injury. The musculoskeletal system is the "framework" of the body that includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves. Read more

Short Term Rehabilitation

When the transition from hospitalization to home requires a stay in short term care, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center offers a new, state-of-the-art facility for residents of northeast Wyoming and the surrounding region. Learn more

  • Aquatic therapy in Gillette's only therapeutic swimming pool
  • Cancer Rehabilitation: Helping patients with side effects from cancer treatment or surgery.
  • Concussion/neurological: A Neurological Clinical Therapist treats disorders of the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS). Patients with these disorders may suffer from conditions such as dizziness, vertigo, balance issues, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), MS (multiple sclerosis), Parkinson’s Disease, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury or post-concussion syndrome.
  • Cupping: Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine where a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People use cupping to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
  • Dry needling: Dry needling is a technique physical therapists use for the treatment of pain and movement impairments. The technique uses a “dry” needle, one without medication or injection, inserted through the skin into areas of the muscle.
  • Pelvic Physical Therapy: non-invasive, non-surgical interventions can offer relief from years of pain, incontinence, and other pelvic issues.

Work Health

  • Back to work rehab with Work Hardening and Work Conditioning programs: A patient learns and practices proper body mechanics and symptom management, participates in strength and endurance training, and job simulation activities pertaining to their particular job.
  • Body Mechanics Education Classes: Our professional staff instructs groups on proper body mechanics, material handling techniques, and mini-stretching and strengthening programs.
  • Ergonomic Evaluations: Injuries often don’t just happen during accidents; they can stem from daily work activities that strain our muscles, tendons, nerves and joints, having long-term effects on our well being. Our professional staff works with individuals and businesses to ensure that stressful work tasks and workplace hazards don’t aggravate the body. By identifying these negative situations, our therapists provide ergonomic recommendations and solutions for redesigning workspace and job tasks.
  • Functional Capacity Evaluations: Functional capacity evaluations (FCE's) determine a person's overall capabilities/limitations to return to work and are often used to assist with disability/impairment ratings.
  • Job Analysis: Job analysis is completed on site by trained and certified staff to identify critical job demands.
  • Pre-employment and return to work screenings and evaluations: The physical demands of each custom screening test are based on information gathered via Job Analysis to help reduce on-the-job injuries.

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Physical Therapists at this Clinic

Thomas Andrew, PT

Shawna Hupke-Likeness, PTA

Mindy Brincefield, PT

Chelsea Jenner, PT

Josette Bryngelson, PT

Kasi Jensen, PT

Channa Christensen, PTA

Brittany Johnson, PT

Travis Cochran, PT

Kristin Kalb, PTA

Tisha Foster, PT, WCC

Teresa Kessel, PT

Jean Guy, PT

Karina Koch, PT

Lisa Haugen, PT

Shannon Sorensen, PT

Contact Us

Location: 508 Stocktrail Avenue, Upper Level, Gillette, Wyoming 82716 -- corner of Sixth and Stocktrail in the Stocktrail Building
Phone: 307-688-8000
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 7 am-5 pm; Friday 7 am-3 pm
Holiday Closures: Memorial Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day and ,the day after; Christmas Day; New Year's Day
Director: Shannon Sorensen, PT

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