The Physical Therapy Department is comprised of three physical therapy clinics.
The main clinic is located on the 11th floor of Moncrief Army Health Clinic. The clinic provides outpatient rehabilitation services to active duty service members, National Guard and Reserves Soldiers, Tricare Prime enrolled Family members (ages 13 and above), as well as retirees.
The McWethy Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) provides outpatient musculoskeletal screening for Soldiers in training.
The Warrior Trainee Rehabilitation Program (WTRP), provides outpatient rehabilitative services for Soldiers that have sustained an injury during basic combat training.
The primary clinic is located on the 11th
floor of Moncrief Army Health Clinic and provides comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation services with an emphasis on return to duty after injury and/or surgery. Patients may be referred by their primary care provider or walk in and request an appointment. We utilize a sports medicine approach in a renovated part of the clinic and when necessary use post MWR facilities to provide Columbia’s best option for Soldiers to return to duty. This clinic also manages the lower extremity brace shop to ensure proper fit of prefabricated devices for patients referred by their primary care provider.
The TMC utilizes an outpatient based sports medicine model aiming to provide expert care in the management of bone stress injuries and musculoskeletal injuries. This clinic primarily serves Soldiers in training at Fort Jackson ensuring their safe and expeditious graduation. The Physical Therapist serves as a musculoskeletal expert utilizing a multi model approach to assist unit Commanders to make informed decisions surrounding Soldier care.
The WTRP is a specialized clinic/program imbedded in the Fitness Training Company. The clinic is designed to provide expert rehabilitation for injured trainees. Injuries are predominantly bone stress injuries, but can include ligament tears, surgical repairs after trauma, and other musculoskeletal injuries. Care is provided through four phases defined by the introduction of lower extremity impact in coordination with staff at the TMC, Drill Sergeants, and Physical Therapy assets in the WTRP footprint.