302 S10th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902
As a fresh water spring is pure, healthy, and promotes new growth, The Springs promotes overall healing, physical wellness and healthy lifestyles.
- To help people regain optimal function after an injury or illness.
- To teach people how to prevent further injuries or conditions.
What is The Springs?
The Springs combines occupational medicine with physical, occupational, and massage therapy, under one roof, to provide a comprehensive approach for managing an individual's recovery from illness or injury. Our occupational medicine staff conducts initial evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment of all forms of occupational injury. Our rehabilitation therapists help people recover physically and with the occupational skills to get back to their lives. Clinical specialists educate on topics that can affect a person's life, such as geriatrics, occupational health and lymphedema. Housed together, medical providers, clinical specialists, and therapist have the opportunity to meet regularly in multidisciplinary conferences, to offer patients a global approach to injury resolution.
The Springs is a fully renovated, 13,000 square-foot facility. The bright, clean, interior exudes a feeling of energy and renewal. With six exam rooms, five patient treatment rooms, two lymphedema treatment rooms and two massage therapy rooms, patients have access to a wide range of services.
The Springs therapy area includes an Activities of Daily Living (ADL) kitchen and bathroom to educate and train patients after serious medical conditions such as stroke or traumatic brain injury, as well as a full hand therapy area and work conditioning/hardening equipment. Two fully-equipped exercise rooms house equipment such as Solo steps for gait training, Nu-steps, treadmills and arm bikes for overall therapeutic interventions.
The Springs is recognized as a Washington State-designated Center of Occupational Health and Education (COHE). Working closely with Labor and Industries, the aim is to improve outcomes for on-the-job injuries while reducing the cost for the employers. The Springs includes a full-service "return to work" program including physicians, therapists, and case managers who understand the challenges associated with work-related injuries, and can cut through the red tape to get people back to work sooner.
Rehabilitation and Therapy Services
Physical Therapy uses physical agents such as E-stim (electrical stimulation), ultrasound, traction and hot or cold temperatures, to help improve muscular function after injury, illness or surgery. Treatment also encompasses improving strength and decreasing pain. The key areas of focus in treatment is working with neurological operations or balance, orthopedics, post surgical motion, pulmonary strength and any other injury/illness that limits the patient's function.
Occupational Therapy works to improve fine motor control and improve cognition so those seeking care can take better care of themselves. Occupational Therapy focuses on teaching self-care skills such as dressing, feeding, bathing and working to help patients integrate back into their environment.
Massage Therapy seeks to help decrease stress, muscle tension and pain while improving muscle mobility, making it easier for individuals to function in daily activities. Our massage therapists can provide many types of massage ranging from a Swedish relaxation massage to deep tissue work. A doctor's prescription is required for insurance billing.
Our Key Areas of Focus include a number or neurological and musculoskeletal disorders.
What Patients Are Saying
At The Springs, we are dedicated to delivering outstanding customer service and exceptional outcomes. Our Rehabilitation services are designed to exceed the expectations of each and every patient we serve from the time you call to make your first appointment until your treatment is complete and you have been instructed in how to manage your symptoms independently. That's why 93% of our patients would recommend us to their friends and family.
Below are comments from our patients:
"My visits were always pleasant and the women at the reception area were very easy to work with, very accommodating. Marlene is exceptional in her duties and Lillian was very pleasant and great to be attended by."
"Very professional office. Staff very friendly and helpful. This office is the best that I have been in a long time."
"Staff is very friendly, and discusses with me my options for treatment."
"Doing a good job! Very patient and listens to patients/my concerns and explains to me what's going on in a way I can understand. Thank you."
"I enjoyed my therapy very much and I got more out of it than I expected. I feel I have a new life ahead of me. Thank you for just what I needed."
"Alan was awesome - having been in 3 car accidents he took very good care of me and is very good at what he does!! I will recommend him to everyone and anyone!"
"I feel so much better. My commitment is to continue what they have taught me!! A caring group."
Our staff undergoes continuous training to keep up to date on the most recent technology, and together with your physician, share a commitment to make your experience an exceptional one.
If you have any questions, please call 509-574-3300.
- Related Services And Information
- If you are visiting The Springs for the first time
- If it has been more than 6 months since your last visit
- If you were recently referred for a new diagnosis and/or by a different provider
Provider Based Billing
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital has designated The Springs as a hospital outpatient department. Patient bills will include two separate charges, one for the healthcare provider, and the other for a facility fee to partially defray the costs of providing non-physician staff, equipment and supplies. Our goal is to be up front with our patients about what their costs may be prior to receiving care. Most Medicare patients, those who have secondary insurance to Medicare, will have no out-of-pocket expense. We will work with our patients to determine how their insurance company will cover this fee.
If you have questions, contact the receptionsist at (509) 574-3300.