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Physical Therapy Walbridge Ohio

Outpatient Physical Therapy | Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy | Rehabilitation Services

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Med1Care stands as the unrivaled choice for comprehensive outpatient rehabilitative services in the vibrant Walbridge, Ohio area. As the premier provider, we specialize in an extensive range of transformative therapies, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and wound care management services. Our dedicated team is here to alleviate your suffering from pain, injuries, and a myriad of medical conditions, offering tailored one-on-one care throughout every phase of your treatment.

What sets us apart is our unwavering commitment to a comprehensive and holistic evaluation process. Our seasoned and highly-trained professionals go above and beyond, delivering treatments that are in line with the latest advancements in research and evidence-based clinical care. With Med1Care, you can trust that you’re receiving cutting-edge solutions tailored to your unique needs.

When it comes to the well-being of your loved ones or your own healthcare journey, don’t settle for anything less than the best. Reach out to Med1Care Therapy Partners today at 419.866.0555 and let us redefine what outstanding rehabilitation means for you.

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Meet Our Team of Specialists

Med1Care Therapy Partners takes immense pride in our exceptional team of licensed professionals who are dedicated to providing the highest level of care. With a diverse range of expertise, our personnel consist of skilled physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech pathologists, all committed to improving your well-being and helping you achieve optimal rehabilitation outcomes.

Physical Therapists

Our physical therapists are well versed in the field of physical rehabilitation and possess all the extensive knowledge and expertise needed for your rehabilitation journey. They are trained to assess your condition, develop personalized treatment plans, and guide you through a comprehensive range of exercises and therapeutic modalities. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, managing chronic pain, or seeking to improve your mobility, our physical therapists will employ evidence-based practices to restore your strength, flexibility, and overall physical function.

Occupational Therapists

At Med1Care, our occupational therapists are passionate about enabling individuals to regain independence and enhance their quality of life. With a focus on daily living activities, our therapists work closely with you to develop strategies for improving motor skills, enhancing cognitive function, and adapting to your environment. Whether you require assistance with self-care tasks, home modifications, or workplace accommodations, our occupational therapists will provide the guidance and support needed to enhance your independence and overall well-being.

Speech Pathologists:

Our team of highly skilled speech pathologists specializes in diagnosing and treating speech, language, and swallowing disorders. Using innovative techniques and advanced technologies, our speech therapists address communication challenges and swallowing difficulties, helping you regain or enhance your ability to express yourself effectively and safely consume food and liquids. Whether you’re recovering from a stroke, managing a neurological condition, or seeking assistance with speech and language development, our speech pathologists will deliver individualized therapy plans to help you achieve optimal communication and swallowing function.

At Med1Care, we recognize that each individual has unique rehabilitation needs. That’s why our licensed professionals take a personalized approach to your care, tailoring treatment plans to address your specific goals and challenges. With their expertise, compassion, and commitment to evidence-based practice, our team of licensed professionals will guide you through every step of your rehabilitation journey, ensuring the best possible outcomes.

Health Conditions Treated With Physical Therapy

Rest assured that we deliver expert patient care, addressing an extensive spectrum of prevalent health conditions through our physical therapy services. Our premier facility situated in Lambertville specializes in treating a diverse array of common ailments. Some of the conditions that find effective treatment within our state-of-the-art center include:

  • Head Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Elbow, Wrist and Hand Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Foot and Ankle Pain
  • Arthritis 
  • Balance & gait disorder 
  • Chronic pain
  • Dizziness & Vertigo 
  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Headaches & Migraines 
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries 
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Poor Posture 
  • Pre/Postnatal Pain
  • Pre-Surgical Physical Therapy

Foot & Ankle Pain

Med1Care Therapy Partner is dedicated to providing specialized treatment for foot and ankle pain through our skilled physical therapists. The foot and ankle, bearing the weight of the entire body and composed of a complex network of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones, are particularly susceptible to injuries.

Foot and ankle pain can manifest in various areas, including the sides of the ankle, the bottom of the foot, the middle and front parts of the foot, along the outer edge of the toenail, and even along the Achilles tendon, connecting leg muscles to the heel.

Commonly associated with foot and ankle pain are the following symptoms:

  • Changes in skin texture, such as thickening
  • Stiffness
  • Flattening of the arch
  • Discoloration with black-and-blue bruising
  • Difficulty in propelling forward from the toes
  • Deformity in the joints
  • Muscle weakness
  • A sensation of burning
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Pain when standing
  • A sense of unsteadiness
  • Redness
  • Swelling

Our experts are ready to assist you in finding relief from foot and ankle pain. Please contact us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. We are committed to guiding you toward a path of improved well-being.

Causes of Foot & Ankle Pain

Numerous factors can contribute to the occurrence of foot and ankle pain. The condition may arise from issues involving any of the 33 joints present in the foot, as well as complications related to the surrounding soft tissues, including ligaments, tendons, and bursae.

Several common culprits behind foot and ankle pain encompass:

  • Injury: Traumatic incidents can result in pain and discomfort in the foot or ankle.
  • Excessive Movement: Overexertion or engaging in excessive physical activity can lead to pain in these areas.
  • Prolonged Immobility: Prolonged periods of immobility, such as extended periods of sitting or standing, can also contribute to discomfort.
  • Improper Footwear: Wearing ill-fitting shoes or footwear lacking proper support can exacerbate foot and ankle pain.

Even with diligent attention to foot and ankle injuries, it is not uncommon to experience swelling, stiffness, or pain upon waking, especially if you have been physically active.

How We Help

If you’re currently grappling with foot and ankle pain, our team of experienced physical therapists is dedicated to assisting you in alleviating discomfort, enhancing your mobility, and restoring your overall quality of life.

Med1Care Therapy Partner is proud to feature skilled therapists who specialize in addressing foot and ankle issues through effective physical therapy techniques. Your personalized treatment plan will encompass a range of reparative exercises designed to enhance muscle strength, expand your range of motion, and provide informative guidance to facilitate your return to regular activities. We work closely with your physician to establish a strategic path towards your recovery.

To initiate the process, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. Our specialists are committed to aiding you in mapping out a progressive path forward.


Med1Care Therapy Partner’s physical therapists possess extensive knowledge in treating fibromyalgia, a complex disorder that can develop gradually or be triggered by traumatic events like car accidents, injuries, surgeries, infections, or prolonged psychological stress.

Symptoms of fibromyalgia encompass widespread musculoskeletal pain, moderate to severe fatigue, sleep difficulties, and memory issues. Fibromyalgia might coexist with conditions like tension headaches, restless legs, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), cognitive difficulties, painful menstruation, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems.

Depression and anxiety are common side effects of fibromyalgia. While there is currently no known cure for the condition, a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, including medications, counseling, relaxation techniques, exercise, and physical therapy, can significantly help manage the symptoms and improve the patient’s quality of life.


The Cause and Treatment for Fibromyalgia

Many researchers studying fibromyalgia believe that the disorder is a result of adaptations in the brain and spinal cord that lead to the hyper-activation of pain-signaling chemicals along neural pathways.

Fibromyalgia is more prevalent in women and appears to have a genetic component as well.

Since fibromyalgia affects the entire body, its diagnosis relies on a list of symptoms and the exclusion of other conditions. Healthcare providers may also conduct a blood test to identify immune system markers.

Once diagnosed, various medications (with primary care physician approval) can help manage pain and fatigue. Currently, three FDA-approved medications are used in the treatment of fibromyalgia:

  1. Cymbalta (duloxetine) – increases serotonin and norepinephrine levels, reducing depression.
  2. Lyrica (pregabalin) – effective for nerve pain.
  3. Savella (milnacipran) – provides pain relief and reduces fatigue.

How We Help

For individuals dealing with severe fibromyalgia, a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach is often necessary, involving a primary care doctor, rheumatologist, physical therapist, and pain management clinic (physical therapy fibromyalgia). In milder cases, lifestyle adjustments and stress reduction strategies may suffice for management.

At Med1Care Therapy Partner, our experienced therapists are specialized in treating fibromyalgia, and your personalized treatment plan may include exercises that stretch and strengthen muscles, improve cardiovascular fitness, as well as hot and cold treatments for symptom relief. Stress reduction strategies and pain medications may also be incorporated into the plan to enhance your overall well-being.

We collaborate closely with your pain management team to effectively reduce pain, manage symptoms, and improve your quality of life.

To take the first step towards relief, call us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. Our skilled specialists will guide you on your journey to a better quality of life.


Med1Care Therapy Partner boasts specialized physical therapists who excel in stroke treatment. We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach, aiming to enhance skills and maximize independence for individuals recovering from strokes.

Overview of Stroke Care

Commonly referred to as a cerebrovascular accident, a stroke is characterized as an event affecting the brain with rapid-onset clinical signs of focal or global cerebral function disturbance. These symptoms may persist for 24 hours or more, or result in death, with no apparent cause other than of vascular origin. The umbrella of stroke includes cerebral infarction, intracerebral hemorrhage, and subarachnoid hemorrhage, as classified by the World Health Organization. It’s important to note that while often referred to as an “accident,” a stroke is better likened to a “brain attack,” similar to a “heart attack.”

Our specialized team is committed to offering tailored care and support to individuals recovering from strokes, with the aim of aiding in the restoration of function, independence, and quality of life. If you or a loved one is navigating stroke recovery, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. Our experienced specialists are dedicated to guiding you through the journey towards recovery and enhanced well-being.


  • 85% of strokes result from an interruption of blood flow to a specific brain region.
  • 15% of strokes are attributed to the rupture of a blood vessel.

Time is Crucial:

  • Every minute a patient goes untreated contributes to the death of countless neurons.
  • So rapid and appropriate treatment is paramount.

Signs and Symptoms:

  • Drooping of the face
  • Weakness in the arm
  • Difficulty in speech

Immediate need to call 911. Refer to the American Stroke Association website for further information.

Watch Out for:

  • Sudden numbness or weakness, particularly on one side of the face or body.
  • Confusion, difficulty speaking, or understanding speech.
  • Visual impairments.
  • Issues with walking, dizziness, loss of balance, or coordination.
  • Intense headache with an unknown cause.


Timing is crucial. Initiating rehabilitation early yields better outcomes and a higher potential for reducing stroke severity. Our approach to therapy is tailored to your unique needs (therapy will differ in type and intensity).

Rehabilitation Goals:

  •   Minimize impairments
  •   Maximize functionality
  •   Prevent complications

Treatment Techniques:

  •   Orthotics
  •   Mirror Therapy
  •   Strength Training
  •   Modified Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy

Benefits of Stroke Rehabilitation at Med1Care Therapy Partners

At our facility, we offer personalized 1-on-1 assessment and treatment to provide specialized care tailored to your unique stroke situation. Our approach is also efficient and effective, utilizing current evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs).

CPGs referenced by Med1Care Therapy Partners include:

  • Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations, 6th Edition.
  • Clinical Practice Guideline for Improving Locomotor Function after Chronic Stroke, Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury, and Brain Injury.
  • VA/DOD Clinical Practice Guideline for Stroke Rehabilitation, Version 4.

Our commitment extends over the long term, offering continuous care to address your physical, psychosocial, and functional needs throughout your journey. Our primary objective is to enhance your health status, function, independence, and overall quality of life.

To take the next step, call us at 419.866.0555 to arrange a consultation.

Parkinson’s Disease

Med1Care Therapy Partner’s specialized physical therapists are dedicated to addressing Parkinson’s disease. Our approach is holistic and multidisciplinary, with a core emphasis on skill development and enhancing independence.

Overview of Parkinson’s Disease Care

Exercise serves as a pivotal factor not only for general health but also for the effective management of Parkinson’s Disease. Our therapists are adept at providing guidance on appropriate exercises to enhance strength, balance, and mobility. These efforts are aimed at ensuring your independence and overall well-being.

Distinguishing features from conventional rehabilitation include:

Amplitude Training:

Our approach incorporates specialized therapy known as Amplitude Training, aimed at enhancing the range and extent of movement.

Think Big and Loud:

Engaging in exercises that involve intentionally exaggerated movements can potentially retrain and slow down the progression of the smaller or shuffling movements often associated with Parkinson’s.

Reciprocal Patterns:

We emphasize reinforcing natural reciprocal patterns, such as the synchronized swinging of arms while walking. This approach aids in minimizing the impact of Parkinson’s on these patterns and their functionality.

It does have some similarities to conventional rehabilitation including:

Balance Training

Addressing the impact of Parkinson’s on your balance system is a crucial aspect, as it can affect your walking safety. Your therapist will work with you to comprehend the root causes of your balance challenges and provide strategies to counteract them.

Stretching and Flexibility

Tightness in hip and calf muscles is common among Parkinson’s patients. Regular stretching throughout the day can help alleviate stiffness and prevent a decline in mobility. Your therapist will demonstrate these effective stretching techniques.

Strength Enhancement

Strengthening exercises remain a significant component of rehabilitation for many patients, particularly those dealing with Parkinson’s disease. The specific exercises prescribed will vary based on the stage of the disease you are experiencing; ensure open communication with your therapist.


“Remember, increasing your physical activity to at least 2.5 hours a week can slow the decline in your quality of life.” – Parkinson’s Outcome Project

To take the next step, contact us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. Our specialists are committed to guiding you forward on a path toward improved well-being and independence.

Hip & Knee Pain

Med1Care Therapy Partner boasts a team of specialized physical therapists focused on addressing hip and knee pain. The presence of hip and knee pain often signifies notable inflammation, characterized by indicators such as swelling, redness, tenderness, warmth, pain, and fever.

It is not uncommon for individuals to experience a distinct popping sound during a hip or knee injury. In cases where symptoms encompass a joint deformity, an inability to support weight, restricted leg or hip movement, abrupt swelling, severe pain, or signs of infection like fever, immediate medical attention is imperative. 

Causes of Knee & Hip Pain

Hip and knee pain can stem from a variety of factors, with the condition originating either from issues within the joint itself or the surrounding soft tissues, which encompass ligaments, tendons, and bursae.

Frequent causes of hip and knee pain include:

  • Arthritis, encompassing juvenile idiopathic arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and septic arthritis
  • Inflammation and injuries, such as bursitis, fractures, tears, inguinal hernias, sprains, and tendinitis
  • Nerve compression, including conditions like sciatica, sacroiliitis, and meralgia paresthetica
  • Rarely, even cancer, involving bone cancer, leukemia, or advanced metastatic cancer

If your hip or knee pain results from a forceful impact or if persistent minor pain hampers your daily activities or sleep, it is advisable to promptly seek medical attention, either through urgent care or the emergency room. Your health and well-being are of paramount importance.

How We Help

If you’re grappling with hip or knee pain, our team of seasoned physical therapists is dedicated to aiding you in reclaiming your strength, enhancing your mobility, and restoring your overall quality of life.

Med1Care Therapy Partner is proud to feature experienced therapists with specialized training in addressing hip and knee pain. Your personalized treatment regimen will encompass a range of physical therapy exercises designed to bolster muscle strength around the affected joint, enhance flexibility, and alleviate pain. We work in close collaboration with your physician to construct a strategic path towards your recovery.

To initiate the process, feel free to contact us at 419.866.0555 to schedule a consultation. Our specialists are poised to guide you in charting a progressive course of action.

Our Services

Our rehabilitation centers offer a comprehensive range of services aimed at helping individuals recover and improve their physical well-being. Through a combination of physical therapy and rehabilitation techniques, we focus on restoring mobility, enhancing range of motion, strengthening muscles, and improving posture. Our outpatient care programs are designed to maximize functional independence and promote overall wellness for every patient. 

Our wide range of specialized services to address various conditions and injuries include: 

Auto Injury Rehabilitation

Life after an auto accident can be challenging, but our dedicated team of therapists is here to guide you towards recovery. We understand the intricacies of auto injuries and develop personalized rehabilitation plans that address your unique needs. From reducing pain to restoring range of motion, our comprehensive approach ensures you regain your independence and get back to your active lifestyle.

Back Stabilization

Don’t let back pain hold you back. Our back stabilization programs target the core muscles that support your spine, providing the foundation for a pain-free life. Through a combination of exercises, stretches, and targeted therapies, we work to alleviate discomfort, improve posture, and build the strength needed to prevent future back issues.

Balance Training

Maintaining balance is vital for daily activities and preventing falls, especially as we age. Our balance training programs are tailored to your individual requirements, focusing on enhancing stability and coordination. Our expert therapists guide you through a variety of exercises that challenge and strengthen your balance, ensuring you move confidently and securely.

Concussion Examination & Treatment

Your brain health is paramount, and our comprehensive concussion examination and treatment services are designed to ensure your full recovery. Our specialists utilize cutting-edge assessment tools to evaluate cognitive and physical functions affected by concussions. We then create a personalized treatment plan that encompasses cognitive rehabilitation, balance training, and gradual reintegration into activities, promoting a safe and complete recovery.


Experience the benefits of kinesiotaping, a technique that not only provides support to injured muscles and joints but also enhances circulation and promotes natural movement. Our skilled therapists use Kinesio tape to complement your rehabilitation, reduce pain, and accelerate healing, allowing you to get back to your best self sooner.

Fall Prevention

Fear of falling shouldn’t dictate your life. Our fall prevention programs are meticulously crafted to identify and address factors that contribute to falls. Through a combination of strength training, balance exercises, and environmental modifications, we empower you to move confidently and independently, reducing the risk of falls and associated injuries.

Gait Analysis & Training

Uncover the secrets of efficient movement with our gait analysis and training services. Our specialists analyze your walking pattern to pinpoint irregularities and potential areas of improvement. With this insight, we design a personalized training regimen that includes exercises to enhance posture, strengthen muscles, and ensure a smooth and stable gait.

Manual Therapy

Our hands-on approach to healing sets us apart. Manual therapy involves skilled techniques to manipulate joints and soft tissues, reducing pain, increasing flexibility, and restoring mobility. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or managing chronic pain, our therapists utilize their expertise to provide personalized manual therapy sessions tailored to your needs.

Massage Therapy

Indulge in the rejuvenating benefits of massage therapy. Our licensed therapists offer a range of massage techniques to cater to your specific goals, whether it’s relaxation, stress reduction, or relief from muscle tension. Experience the healing power of touch as our therapists customize each session to address your unique needs.

Movement Impairment Analysis

Your body’s movement patterns reveal a lot about its function. Our movement impairment analysis goes beyond the surface, delving into the root causes of movement restrictions. By identifying these imbalances, we create targeted interventions that restore proper movement mechanics, setting you on a path to improved mobility and reduced pain.

Myofascial Release

Unlock your body’s natural flexibility and range of motion with myofascial release. This technique focuses on releasing tension in the connective tissues (fascia) that can restrict movement and cause discomfort. Our therapists use gentle, sustained pressure to promote relaxation and help your muscles move more freely.

Pediatric Therapy

Children deserve specialized care too! Our pediatric therapy services cater to the unique needs of young individuals, addressing developmental challenges, sensory integration, and motor skills. Our team of experts collaborates with parents and caregivers to create a supportive environment that enables children to thrive and reach their developmental milestones.

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Therapy at Your Convenience

With an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction, we go above and beyond to ensure that our clients receive top-notch service and have a seamless experience throughout their journey with us. From the moment they book an appointment, our team of highly trained professionals is at their disposal, ready to provide personalized assistance and guidance every step of the way.

In recognition of the diverse schedules and demands of our esteemed clientele, we offer the convenience of both in-house and out-house services. This means that our clients have the flexibility to choose the location that best suits their needs and accommodates their busy lifestyles. Whether they prefer the comfort and privacy of their own space or wish to visit our well-appointed facilities, we have them covered.

Our in-house services ensure a luxurious and welcoming environment, thoughtfully designed to create a serene atmosphere conducive to relaxation and rejuvenation. Our state-of-the-art facilities boast the latest equipment and cutting-edge technology, ensuring that our clients receive the highest standard of service in an ambiance that exudes elegance and tranquility.

For those seeking ultimate convenience and flexibility, our out-house services bring the expertise of our skilled professionals directly to their doorstep. Whether it’s a busy executive with limited time or an individual with specific mobility needs, we understand the value of providing services that seamlessly integrate into our clients’ schedules and lifestyles. By extending our reach beyond our physical premises, we aim to make our services accessible to a wider audience and cater to their unique requirements.

By prioritizing our clients’ preferences and adapting to their individual circumstances, we strive to offer a holistic and tailored experience. Whether they choose our in-house or out-house services, we ensure that each appointment is meticulously planned and executed with meticulous attention to detail, professionalism, and care.

Frequently Asked Questions

In both the United States and Ohio, you typically do not require a doctor’s referral to visit a physical therapist. However, certain insurance plans may necessitate a referral or authorization to ensure coverage for physical therapy services. It is advisable to consult your insurance provider to determine if they have any specific requirements before seeking treatment.

During your initial visit to a physical therapist, they will typically conduct an evaluation to identify the underlying cause of your pain or discomfort and create a personalized treatment plan. As part of the evaluation process, the physical therapist will likely inquire about your medical history and perform a physical assessment to evaluate the range of motion in specific joints and muscles. By assessing these factors, the therapist will be able to determine the most suitable treatments that may be beneficial for your condition.

Occupational therapists indeed treat a wide variety of problems and conditions. They commonly work with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), cerebral palsy, developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, learning disabilities, physical challenges resulting from injury or illness, sensory processing disorders, and traumatic brain injuries. Furthermore, occupational therapists can also provide assistance for mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.