Rehabilitation ServicesServing patients in the Marion County area, Hillsboro Community Hospital has an active physical therapy department. The Physical Therapy staff works with hospital, post-acute care (swing bed), and outpatients. Patients are referred from local doctors as well as doctors from surrounding areas.
Diagnoses treated include:
●Pediatric Developmental Delays/Conditions
●Parkinson's and Other Neurological Disorders
●Pelvic floor disorder
After a comprehensive initial evaluation, individually tailored treatment plans are created. An emphasis is placed on posture, body mechanics, strength, mobility, and home programs for self-management and prevention of future injuries.
Meet Our Physical Therapy Staff:Jenica Moore, DPT, ATC, CSCS
Jenica graduated from Wichita State University with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2014, and from Washburn University in 2011 with a Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training. She is a BOC-certified athletic trainer and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities, from high-level athletes to geriatric patients with balance and gait deficits. Jenica enjoys educating patients on healthy lifestyle choices and assisting patients in achieving their functional goals. In her free time, Jenica enjoys traveling, reading, exercising, and spending time with her dog.
Tera Hiebert, CPTA
Tera is a 2000 graduate of the Colby Community College Physical Therapist Assistant program, and has been with HCH since 2001. She has a passion for healthy lifestyle habits and holistic approaches to wellness. She enjoys working with a variety of patients and diagnoses, as well as implementation of manual techniques. Some of her favorite techniques include Myofascial Release and Craniosacral methods. In her free time, Tera enjoys gardening, reading, working at home, and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Miranda Reed, CPTA
Miranda is a 1997 graduate of the Wichita State University Physical Therapist Assistant program. She enjoys treating patients with orthopedic dysfunctions, as well as post-operative care. She is also skilled in treating different diagnoses in the geriatric population, having spent 12 years in long-term care physical therapy prior to beginning work in the Critical Access Hospital setting in 2009. She has a growing passion for whole body wellness through foods and exercise. Her free time is spent in organized chaos supporting her husband, the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Tabor College, and her 3 children in their various activities.
For more information, please call 620-877-4279.