Outpatient Services | UnityPoint Health - Quad Cities

Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

Trinity Rehabilitation Outpatient Therapy Clinics strive to bring physical rehabilitation services closer to those who need it. Whether it's following up with patients who have undergone treatment at our inpatient facility or providing services to people who have experienced an injury, the outpatient clinics provide the expertise needed to improve function and mobility.

Trinity Outpatient Rehabilitation Services (TORS) has three locations throughout the Quad Cities for your convenience. We have facilities in Moline, Rock Island and Bettendorf. All locations offer a full array of rehabilitation services. We treat people who need follow up therapy after a stay in one of our inpatient facilities, people who have experienced an injury or disability, people experiencing neurological problems, and children needing help to stop thumb-sucking and tongue thrusting. Our Outpatient Clinics deliver more than just skilled therapy. Our services are based on three components:

  • Therapy
  • Education
  • Relationships with patient and families

All rehabilitation treatment is individualized using state-of-the-art equipment and evidence-based practices found in the latest research.

All therapists in our Outpatient Clinics are state licensed in their specialty and receive continuing education to keep their skills up to date. Many have additional training and certificates in their area of expertise, including neuro-feedback, geriatric- and orthopedic-certified specialists in physical therapy and Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) for speech therapy. We pride ourselves on our quality of care and the effective outcomes we achieve with our patients.

Speech Therapy

All of our speech therapists are nationally certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association as speech/language pathologists. They will evaluate and treat various disorders involving speech, language, reading and writing skills and memory disorders. They also provide videofluoroscopic swallowing evaluations to assess swallowing problems. Other speech specialties include:

  • Voice therapy for laryngectomies
  • Neuro-feedback to stimulate neurological deficits
  • Tongue thrust therapy for pre-orthodontia needs
  • Voice treatment for Parkinson's
  • Cognitive therapy - memory, attention, concentration, problem-solving, reasoning
  • Digit sucking therapy for thumb suckers

Neuro/Psychology

The licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in neuro testing and neuro-psychology evaluates your cognitive abilities and emotional reaction to your illness or disability. He is a safe haven for you and your family and may recommend psychiatric services if medication is needed. Specific services include, but are not limited to:

  • Adjustment strategies to the changes in your life as a result of your injury or illness
  • Coping strategies to resolve your concerns
  • Emotional progress during your recovery
  • Dementia/memory assessment
  • Brain injury assessment
  • Physical therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists provide treatment of the joint, spine, and neurological problems. Patients are seen after surgery or injury and treatment includes flexibility training, muscle strengthening, posture, and body mechanics. Areas of treatment include but are not limited to:

  • Orthopedic therapy for bone and joint injuries and disabilities
  • Neurological therapy for muscular dystrophy and other neurological disorders
  • TMJ for jaw joint problems
  • Water therapy
  • Balance and vestibular therapy

Women's Health

A physical therapist who has received specialty education for conditions specific to women is available to provide individualized and specialized treatment for these conditions:

  • Incontinence
  • Pelvic prolapse
  • Musculoskeletal dysfunctions of pregnancy and post-partum
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pelvic pain: vulvodynia, vestibulitis, intersticial cystitis, coccydynia

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists will help you regain skills needed for daily activities and self-care. They will assess your balance, strength and coordination with an emphasis on upper body, hand and arm function needed for daily living. Treatment specialties include, but are not limited to:

  • Upper extremity muscle re-education
  • Cognitive Perceptual Retraining
  • Activities of Daily Living Retraining
  • Splints for the Upper Extremity
  • Wound Care
  • Lymphedema

Technology

Our outpatient clinics offer some of the best rehabilitation technology available.

  • Electrical muscle stimulation
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
  • Ultrasound
  • Iontophoresis
  • Biofeedback
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Videofluoroscopy
  • Neurofeedback