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Aspen Valley Hospital
0401 Castle Creek Road
Aspen, CO 81611
Aspen Valley Hospital’s cutting-edge rehabilitation services are designed to support long-term health and wellness across a variety of therapy needs, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Our speech-language pathologists conduct confidential evaluations and provide individualized treatment plans in a comfortable, one-to-one setting, and therapists provide evidence-based strategies for populations ranging from pediatrics to adults.
Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are offered at our convenient Aspen Valley Hospital location. In addition, physical therapy services are provided in Aspen at our Downtown Clinic, located at Jean-Robert’s Gym. In Snowmass Village, patients can meet with physical therapists at the Snowmass Clinic at Base Village and at the Snowmass Club year-round. Additionally, we offer physical and occupational therapy at After-Hours Medical Care in Basalt.
All therapy billing is accomplished through Aspen Valley Hospital, even if the service is provided at one of our off-campus locations. Our Network of Care is a Medicare/Medicaid provider and preferred provider for most area healthcare plans.
Our online consent form gives us consent to treat patients in agreement with Aspen Valley Hospital policies.
The questionnaire is to provide our Rehabilitation Services team with our patient’s history and information about the current injury.
Aspen has long been a world-class destination for a diverse array of active lifestyles — from adventure seekers to ultra runners and multi-generational families exploring together. Aspen Valley Hospital’s rehabilitation services are tailored to meet the needs of patients who are eager to get back on the trail and into the mountains as soon as possible, in a way that maximizes personal enjoyment and rehabilitation objectives.
We believe in completely individualizing treatment — provided solely by licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists — ensuring your rehabilitation protocol is ideally suited to your physical and lifestyle needs. Additionally, we aim to maximize continuity of care by pairing patients with the same therapist throughout their recovery journey, implementing a progressive, goal-oriented approach to return you to your normal activities as soon as possible. We believe rehabilitation requires excellent rapport between patient, physician and therapist, which is why we work closely with you and your physician to develop a customized program that delivers long-term results.
Physical therapy is a healthcare profession based on rehabilitation, assisting patients of all ages through evaluation, treatment and education to return to their baseline work, school and recreational activities.
Occupational therapy helps people function in their environment and address the physical, psychological and cognitive aspects of their well-being through engagement in activities.
Speech therapy addresses pediatric and adult patients experiencing a diverse set of challenges including difficulties with comprehending and expressing language, speaking clearly, voice production, feeding/swallowing and cognitive/memory difficulties.
"Running into one of my therapists at The Sundeck several months after my last session reminded me how dedicated the team at Aspen Valley Hospital are - and how far I had come with their help."
Functional training and therapeutic exercise can be accomplished in our warm water pool by patients who may have difficulty exercising in a land-based setting.
Dry needling involves the insertion of a thin filament needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues (muscle “trigger points,” fascia, tendons and ligaments, etc.) resulting in pain relief and restoration of healthy physiology.
Our body weight support treadmill provides patients with the opportunity to return to walking/running before full body weight is allowed or tolerated. Video cameras allow for visual feedback and improved gait pattern.
Therapists are trained to measure and fit specialized compression garments to treat lymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency and chronic wounds.
Wound care is performed under the supervision of a hospital staff physician and employs several approaches including Wound Vac, dressing changes and wound education.
Born in Navy SEAL training, the TRX Suspension Training bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously.
The Rip Trainer employs an innovative resistance cord system to create a variable, unbalanced load that enables you to develop core strength, explosive power, flexibility and endurance.
A system of exercises using special apparatus designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, posture and enhance mental awareness.
Direct access is the ability for individuals to see a physical therapist without a physician’s order. This is ideal for those with low back pain, neck pain and minor orthopedic injuries.
The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) program at Aspen Valley Hospital is one of the most progressive and comprehensive brain injury programs on the Western Slope. This program allows our team of physicians and therapists to create an individualized program for each patient.
Using occupational, physical and speech therapy evaluations and treatment, we help to manage the cognitive and balance/mobility deficits resulting from head injury in adults and children.
We provide comprehensive lymphedema treatment including manual techniques, pressure therapy and exercise for upper extremity swelling, which commonly occurs after breast cancer treatment.
We provide general diagnosis and treatment of vertigo, BPPV, dizziness and loss of balance.