Physical Therapy

Whether you’re recovering from joint replacement surgery or a back injury, or managing a painful condition like arthritis, the Allen Parish physical therapy program can help you Improve the quality of your life. We offer inpatient and outpatient physical therapy services to patient of all ages, medicare, medicaid and most insurances accepted. We can help you return to an active lifestyle.

Physical therapy assists patients in recovering from accidents or surgery that has inhibited their mobility. Examining such things as the patient’s range of motion, balance, and coordination, before developing a proper exercise program for them.

Children may need physical therapy if they were born with or develop a physical or mental disability, a sports injury, or a medical condition.

Physical therapists use their training and expertise to develop these special programs to improve mobility, enhance joint stability, and increase the individual’s overall strength. Patients are given customized exercise programs designed to help in the reduction of pain associated with injuries and help prevent recurring injury.

We Offer Physical Therapy for

  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Total hip replacements
  • Total knee replacements
  • ACL repairs
  • Bunion repairs
  • Gait & balance training
  • Neck & back pain
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Hip & knee injuries

What to Expect

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Meet Our Team

Mary Jones, PT at Allen Parish Community Healthcare

Mary Jones

Physical Therapist

David Regan, PT at Allen Parish Community Healthcare

David Regan

Physical Therapist

Carson Schniers, MPT at Allen Parish Community Healthcare

Carson Schniers

Physical Therapist

Atasha Menard, PT Tech at Allen Parish Community Healthcare

Atasha Menard

Physical Therapy Tech

Shelly Sattler, Physical Therapy Office Manager at Allen Parish Community Healthcare

Shelly Sattler, MA

Physical Therapy Office Manager



Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy works with patients experiencing difficulties performing daily tasks. Work related injuries, mental health problems, and birth defects, along with other conditions that inhibit one’s ability to perform daily tasks, may also be assisted by occupational therapists. Many individuals seek the services of occupational therapists to help prevent further injury caused by such illnesses as Stroke or other conditions commonly found in the elderly, such as generalized weakness. Special programs are developed for everyone according to their unique treatment needs.

We Offer Occupational Therapy for

  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Total shoulder replacements
  • Rotator cuff & wrist fracture repairs
  • Trigger finger release
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Low vision rehabilitation
  • Athletic injuries
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Shoulder, elbow & hand injuries
  • Tendonitis & Bursitis
  • Tennis & golfer’s elbow

Make an Appointment

Call (337) 738-9406

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