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Baptist health physical therapy lexington ky

Outpatient Physical Therapy

In a hospital setting, Physical and Occupational Therapists are key members of the healthcare team, specially trained to improve movement and function, relieve pain and expand a patient’s movement potential. Through evaluation and individualized treatment programs, therapists can treat existing problems and provide preventive healthcare for people with a variety of needs. 

Commonly treated diagnoses include:

  • Total joint replacements 
  • Injuries to the back and neck 
  • Conditions related to degenerative diseases 
  • Fractures 
  • Stroke related weakness
  • Cardiopulmonary impairment
  • Lymphedema 
  • Wound Care
  • Postoperative rehabilitation 
  • Vestibular rehabilitation 
  • Pediatric therapy services

To receive outpatient therapy services, a written referral from your physician is required. Once a referral is received, a licensed physical or registered occupational therapist will evaluate your needs and set up an individual treatment targeting your specific goals. Therapy may include exercise to increase strength, endurance, coordination or range of motion. Modalities such as heat, ice, dry needling, ultrasound or electrical stimulation are used to help relieve pain, muscle spasm or swelling and to promote healing.

Baptist Health is pleased to offer therapists who are certified in a variety of manual therapy techniques which reduce pain, promote healing and enhance functional mobility.

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This location is not currently accepting new patients. Please call 502-489-5730 for next availability.

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Rehabilitation at Baptist Health is focused on helping you restore movement and functionality and return to your normal daily activities. At Baptist Health, many of our services are available on an inpatient, as well as an outpatient basis. 

Our team of experts works together with patients and their families to provide a treatment plan that is right for each individual’s needs.  We offer physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language therapy, and even more specialized programs to treat a variety of conditions in adults and children. 

Rehabilitation and therapies can be outpatient, in the hospital, in a rehab facility, outpatient or at your home.

Outpatient Physical Therapy Locations

Our outpatient clinics are located throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana with locations in Corbin, La Grange, Lexington, Louisville, New Albany, Madisonville, Paducah, and Richmond. Each physical therapy clinic offers easy in and out parking to make getting therapy easy. Each location offers a variety of advanced physical therapy services, with licensed therapists to provide one-on-one care throughout the entirety of your appointment.

Cody McNeely, PT, DPT, PRPC

Baptist Health Physical Therapy

Cody McNeely earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky in 2010. Since 2012 she has pursued advanced training through Herman and Wallace and APTA Pelvic Health and in 2020 obtained certification as a pelvic rehabilitation practitioner. Cody specializes in treating men and women for issues related to the bladder, bowels and pain in the pelvic area including urinary and fecal incontinence, vulvodynia, dyspareunia, vaginismus, pudendal neuralgia and pelvic girdle pain. She has worked as coordinator for postpartum pelvic PT programs with a vision of postpartum therapy for all women. She teaches an elective course at the University of Kentucky in Pelvic Health. Cody is passionate about empowering patients through education, giving them the tools they need to help alleviate symptoms. She strives to create an environment in which her patients feel comfortable discussing diagnoses that are sensitive in nature and is committed to providing her patients with the best care possible in order to achieve their goals.

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