Swift Rehabilitation is very excited about our new location next to Columbia Point Golf Course in Richland, WA
Call (509) 713-7555 to schedule today!
Leading the way in Physical Therapy and related services since 2002
Physical therapy, sports medicine, orthopedic rehabilitation, work related injuries, women's health, geriatrics and massage therapy are the backbone of Swift Rehabilitation’s core competencies. We are continually adding to our already extensive list of programs in an effort to provide a comprehensive array of services. It is our mission and commitment to help people of all ages to achieve and maintain optimum health.
Our Providers have been practicing for several years in a wide variety of settings with an emphasis on the TEAM approach to rehabilitative care. As leaders in our profession, we are also leaders in our communities with experience serving in key leadership positions for Chambers of Commerce, Rotary, the Boys and Girls Clubs, the Boy Scouts of America, several Church Families and many more. In addition to their one on one clinical experience, our staff also serve as advanced trained clinical instructors, lecturers and college professors in the field of Anatomy and Physiology for Columbia Basin College and Washington State University. We’re on the pulse of modern technology, continuing education and media, and have monitored their evolution to inform our own approaches—all to give you exceptional healthcare advice that will last for years to come.
Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.
➤ Swift at Southridge - Kennewick
2459 S. Union Pl., Suite 140
Kennewick, WA 99338
Phone (509) 783-8977 Fax (509) 783-6151
➤ Swift at Paradise - West Richland
4900 Paradise Way, Suite 107
West Richland, WA 99353
Phone (509) 943-8977 Fax (509) 943-6151
➤ Swift at The Links - Richland
299 Bradley Blvd, Suite 101
Richland, WA 99352
Phone (509) 713-7555 Fax (509) 713-7559
Areas of Practice
Physical Therapy is concerned with prevention and management of movement disorders arising from conditions and diseases occurring throughout the lifespan. Physical therapy is performed by either a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant under the direction of a physician.
Pre and Post surgical care
Research supports pre-operative care by a physical therapist prior to surgical intervention to improve surgical recovery and to help to achieve post-surgical rehabilitation success. Post-surgical physical therapy facilitates patients to return to their prior activities without compromising their surgical repair, correction or replacement.
Two of the most well-known back strengthening exercises are: McKenzie exercises and Dynamic Lumbar Stabilization. These back exercises are generally first learned by working with a physical therapist who can demonstrate the exercises and correct a patient's form to ensure strengthening and/or back pain relief is achieved. Although McKenzie exercises and dynamic lumbar stabilization exercises tend to be used for specific conditions, the two forms of physical therapy exercise may also be combined when appropriate.
Athletes require a particular approach to conditioning and post-injury rehabilitation depending on the physical demands of your specific sport. At Swift Rehabilitation we have physical therapists with backgrounds in a variety of different sports, including dance, baseball/softball, basketball, football and golf.
Industrial and Occupational Rehabilitation
We work with your employer, your workers compensation provider, your case manager, as well as your doctor to facilitate full recovery and return to full duty after a work related injury. We also provide ergonomic assessments, on-site evaluations and lift training in order to prevent work related injuries.
Orthoses (orthoses being the correct term but widely referred to as “orthotics”) are a wide ranging orthopedic tool. They can be used to modify a simple foot problem or be designed and built to act as support for the knee, hips and trunk while walking.
Use the form below to contact us regarding your healthcare inquiry. Please be as detailed as possible. Include your contact information, referring practitioner or agency, date and mechanism of injury, insurance information and any previous rehabilitation you have had for this current condition along with any specific requests. It's also fun if you tell us how you first heard about us. You may also email or call us to make an appointment.
For job opportunities, please email us your resume. We’re always looking for new and exceptional talent to lead our team into uncharted fields of practice. We are also available for Clinical Internships through several Universities as well as Job Shadow/Volunteer hours through all of our local High Schools. Lastly, we are always available for Consultations and Lectures throughout the communities we serve.