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Haxtun Health Rehabilitation 
255 W. Fletcher St., Haxtun, CO 80731
Phone: 970-774-6123

Rehabilitation Services in Haxtun

At Haxtun Health, we want to help get you back to doing the activities you love most. Pain or an injury shouldn’t keep you from moving freely and living an active lifestyle, and we believe in working together to improve your overall health and well-being.

Offering specialized physical therapy and occupational therapy services in Haxtun, our staff of certified professionals utilize safe, up-to-date techniques for improving functional health and managing pain. We work with community members of all ages and physical abilities.

Through education, hands-on care and prescribed exercise, our physical therapy services aim to relieve or manage pain — chronic or acute. Our comprehensive occupational therapy services are beneficial for improving physical function and recovery, or simply coping with the aging process.

Whether you’re recovering from a surgery, heart-related event, illness or injury, we want to help you reach any goals you have set for yourself. Depending on your needs, we’ll work with you to develop an individualized plan to enhance your quality life.

Swing bed services, acute care and outpatient restorative care are available. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact our team today at 970-774-6123.

What We Offer

Haxtun Health offers a convenient, clean space for patients to receive one-on-one physical therapy and occupational therapy care. Services include:

  • Pre-joint replacement programs
  • Acute care assessment and treatment
  • Rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports injuries
  • Post-surgical and illness rehabilitation
  • Work-related injury prevention, consultation and rehabilitation
  • Therapy and self-management programs for neck and back pain/injuries
  • Rehabilitation for neurological illnesses and injuries
  • Evaluation and intervention for cognitive function challenges/memory loss
  • Evaluation and intervention for at-home safety management
  • Evaluation and intervention for children experiencing challenges with success at school, socialization, and fine motor or gross motor function

New Services Added

Each of our new specialized service lines provide their own therapeutic and rehabilitative benefits for the patients, depending on their condition.

Used for areas of the body with local inflammation. Medication, traditionally Dexamethasone, is combined with ultrasound to drive in the topical medication for inflammation relief.

Also known as intramuscular manual therapy. A technique where a needle is inserted into the muscle and has been shown to reduce muscle pain in the neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee, foot and other areas of the body.

Performed on a machine. Can be helpful for patients recovering from a knee or hip replacement, for rotator cuff rehabilitation and rehabilitation for higher level or elite athletes.

Includes lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, manual trigger point therapy and muscle activation technique.

Used for functional strengthening and balance and for higher function patients.

The use of taping elastic sports tape to relieve pain while supporting muscles, tendons and ligaments. By helping reduce pressure to the tissue, discomfort or pain can be reduced. KT tape is also used for “correct taping,” which helps provide support to the muscles by limiting over-extending or over-contracting of the muscle.

You shouldn’t have to live in pain. Together, we can get you back to doing your favorite activities. Depending on your condition, we will work with you to ensure we explore the best methods of therapy to get you where you want to be.

Most insurance plans are accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, CICP and CHP+. For services not covered by insurance, a cash pay menu will be offered.

Meet Our Physical Therapist

Wendy Evans headshot

Our specialist, Wendy Evans, MPT, has more than 20 years of experience in physical therapy and massage therapy. She has worked with patients of different abilities and ages, and her mission is to help them get better with every session.

Evans has master’s degrees in physical therapy and exercise physiology. Her former private practice focused on trigger point dry needling, Pilates reformer rehabilitation and manual therapy.