Mercy Therapy Services
Mercy Medical Center in Canton, Ohio, offers you and your loved ones of all ages comprehensive therapy services and specialized programs. Many of our therapy services are available close to home at conveniently located health centers throughout our five-county service area. Click on the links below to learn more about a specific type of therapy or program.
Inpatient Therapy for Adults
Mercy Regional Rehabilitation Center is a 39-bed unit located on the fourth floor of our main hospital campus in Canton offering occupational, physical and speech therapies, as well as nursing and medical care.
Outpatient Therapy for Adults
Appropriate therapy in the outpatient setting is vital to recovery from surgery or an injury, the management of progressive diseases, and efforts to overcome physical, mental and developmental disorders.
At Mercy, we use an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to outpatient therapy. Our experienced professional team of licensed physical, occupational and speech therapists emphasize holistic treatment across therapies, ensuring quality care for the whole person.
When you begin outpatient therapy at Mercy, you will receive a treatment plan designed to meet your specific needs and schedule. Serving you at six convenient locations, Mercy provides multiple therapies at each location, minimizing your effort while maximizing your time.
Mercy Therapy treats a wide range of injuries, diseases and disorders, including orthopedic, neurological and arthritic conditions; workplace and sports injuries; communication and swallowing disorders; and general dibilitation.
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Spine care
- Hand & upper extremity therapy
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Pool therapy
- Low-vision rehabilitation
- Driver rehabilitation
- Sports medicine
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Pulmonary rehabilitation
Outpatient Therapy for Children and Adolescents
Mercy Pediatric Therapy helps children from birth to age 18 who may benefit from physical, occupational or speech therapy. Therapy is provided by referral from your child's physician, pediatrician, neurologist or orthopedist. Our therapists work closely with the County Board of Developmental Disabilities and your child's school district.
Our services include:
See our list of outpatient services for adults and children by location >>