Our Grove Clinic is now open!
We are accepting new patients. Sue Montgomery, a Grove resident, is our lead Physical Therapist. Call today to set up an appointment.
Located at Brentwood Place
NEO ORTHOPEDICS AND REHABILITATION
Striving to improve the lives of those we serve.
Whether you receive physical therapy at one of our outpatient locations, skilled nursing facilities, or school-based therapy, our team at NEO Orthopedics & Rehabilitation focuses on improving the lives of those we serve.
We design each treatment program to match the individual patient’s needs. Our hands-on approach goes beyond making each therapy fit your specific situation. We believe that a hands-on approach is a much more effective way to treat a patient leading to more functional outcomes.
Whether it is our methods or how we relate to you as our patient, you will receive only the best possible patient-driven, patient-focused care.
Find out how that makes a difference for you!
In the News
100 Years of Physical Therapy
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is celebrating 100 years of physical therapy. Many people come to us not knowing why physical therapy is the right option for their treatment. So - why should you consider physical therapy? Physical Therapists are movement experts. Physical therapists are movement experts who team ...
Happy Better Hearing and Speech Month!
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM)! Better Hearing and Speech Month exists to raise awareness about communication disorders and promote treatments that can improve the quality of life for those who experience problems with speaking, understanding, or hearing. NEO Orthopedics and Rehabilitation has a diverse and dynamic team ...
What is Occupational Therapy?
At NEO Orthopedics and Rehab, we love the care that our Occupational Therapist provides. You might be wondering, what is Occupational Therapy? And what does an Occupational Therapist do? As we celebrate Occupations Therapist Appreciation Month in April, our very own OT Brant Radcliffe wrote an overview. What is Occupational ...
What is Rock Blading and how can it help me?
Soft tissue injuries are a big part of physical therapy and Rock Blading is a great way to treat both acute and chronic soft tissue injuries. Non-invasive methods include heat, ice, cupping, flossing, taping, stretching, and passive modalities. Rock Blades or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue manipulation (IASTM) is one of ...
Chronic Lung Disease and COVID-19 prevention
Chronic Lung Disease and COVID-19 prevention It is more important than ever to maintain your health, especially lung health with COVID-19. COPD patients are High Risk for contracting the virus, so lowering the amount of risk is something you can control. Here are some tips to prevent getting COVID-19. 1. ...
Most humans are blessed with the ability to sense physical pain. Pain, acute or chronic, lets us know there is something occurring that our bodies recognize as threatening or dysfunctional. Touch a hot stove? Pain makes us quickly withdraw that touch to negate the threat of burned skin. Painful tingling ...