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Rehabilitation Services

Through our rehabilitation programs, Howard County General Hospital is committed to enabling outpatients, from newborns to adults, to reach and maintain their maximum level of functional independence in the areas of motor development, communication, swallowing and feeding, cognition, and sensory and perceptual skills.

HCGH offers therapy services in various campus buildings. The Johns Hopkins Musculoskeletal Center in the Charter Professional Building has adult physical therapists, pain management specialists and orthopeadic surgeons who treat orthopaedic conditions, injuries and manage pain. The Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network at Columbia in the Charter Professional Building has adult physical, occupational and speech therapists who treat a variety of conditions like stroke, neuromuscular diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, migraine and lymphedema. The Bolduc Family Outpatient Pavilion in the main hospital building has pediatric physical, occupational and speech language pathology therapies for children.

View a list of therapists.


  • Adult physical therapy for pain or orthopedics: 443-997-6754
  • Adult physical, occupational and speech therapy for other conditions: 443-997-5476
  • Pediatric physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy: 443-718-3000
Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy helps adults and children reach their highest possible level of function and independence in daily life through therapeutic exercise, activity, self-care tasks, education and assistive devices, and adaptive equipment/ techniques.  READ MORE

Speech-Lanuage Pathology

Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathology specializes in the field of human communications, its normal development and disorders. Therapy involves helping patients to improve their level of function in the areas of hearing, language, articulation, voice, fluency, cognition, augmentative communication, swallowing and interpersonal communications skills.  READ MORE
Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy includes therapeutic exercise, therapeutic modalities, balance/coordination training, manual therapy and wound care management. READ MORE
Pediatric Rehabilitation

Pediatric Rehabilitation

Our Pediatric Services focus on many childhood disorders, such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, traumatic brain injury, torticollis, brachial plexus injuries, stroke (CVA), apraxia, orthopedic injuries, sensory processing disorder, and autism and Asperger’s syndrome. READ MORE
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