Rehabilitation Services


Aspen Valley Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.  We treat a wide range of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities.  All three disciplines are provided at our hospital location.  In addition, physical therapy services are provided in Aspen at our Downtown Clinic, located at Jean-Robert's Gym. In Snowmass Village we have physical therapists at the Snowmass Clinic at Base Village and at the Snowmass Club year round. In Basalt, we offer physical (occupational) therapy at After-Hours Medical Care.

Our Philosophy
  • Individualized treatment is provided by licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists; no aides or assistants are used.
  • Continuity of care is maximized by consistent treatment from the same therapist whenever possible.
  • Rehabilitation is progressive and goal oriented to efficiently and effectively return patients to their normal activities as soon as possible.
  • Staff knowledge and skills are continually updated through ongoing education.
  • An excellent rapport with our patients' physicians is an integral part of quality care.
  • All therapy billing is accomplished through AVH, even if the service is provided at one of our off-campus locations.  AVH is a Medicare/Medicaid provider and preferred provider for most area healthcare plans.


To make an appointment, please contact:
  • Aspen Valley Hospital…….….....970.544.1177
  • AVH Downtown PT……………...970.544.1181
  • Basalt PT.......................................970.544.1356
  • Basalt OT........................................970.544.1384
  • Snowmass Club ........................ 970.544.1176
  • Snowmass Village PT…………..970.544-1178

For more information on therapy services at AVH, please call 970.544.1177.

For our online CONSENT FORM click here
For our online GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE click here.
Aspen Valley Hospital
0401 Castle Creek Road
Our rehabilitation department is located on the second floor of the hospital.  After taking the stairs or elevator, pass Orthopedic Associates and turn right.  Continue to the end of the long hallway; patient registration is on the right-hand side.

Basalt PT
234 Cody Lane
Services are provided at After-Hours Medical Care, located on the left side of Cody Lane.  If you get to Isberian Rug, you've gone too far.
Downtown Clinic
720 E. Hyman Ave. at Jean-Robert’s Gym (the old Aspen Athletic Club)
Street parking only (there is a loading/drop off zone in front and 1 handicapped parking space available)
Snowmass Club
239 Snowmass Club Circle
Snowmass Village
77 Wood Rd., #N200
Snowmass Base Village
Short term parking is available in the parking garage
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy is a healthcare profession, based on rehabilitation, assisting patients of all ages through evaluation, treatment and education to return to their baseline work, school and recreational activities.  Our licensed physical therapists address areas such as gross motor development, preventing the loss of mobility, improving muscle strength and endurance, posture and cardiopulmonary endurance.

  • Orthopedic/musculoskeletal injuries
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Sports injuries
  • Neurological disorders
  • Balance and fall prevention
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Concussion management
  • Lymphedema management

Aquatic Therapy
Functional training and therapeutic exercise can be accomplished in our warm water pool by patients who may have difficulty exercising in a land-based setting.

Concussion Management
Occupational, Physical and Speech therapy evaluations and treatment for the management of cognitive and balance/mobility deficits resulting from head injury.

Dry Needling
Dry needling involves the insertion of a thin filament needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues (muscle "trigger points," fascia, tendons and ligaments, etc.) resulting in pain relief and restoration of healthy physiology.
Click here for more information on Dry Needling.

Lymphedema Management
Comprehensive lymphedema treatment including manual techniques, pressure therapy and exercise for upper extremity swelling which commonly occurs after breast cancer treatment.
Click Here for more information on Lymphedema Managment

Vestibular Treatment
Diagnosis and treatment of Vertigo, BPPV, dizziness, and loss of balance.
Click here for information on Vestibular Treatment

TMD (Temporo-Mandibular Dysfunctions)
TMJ, jaw pain/clicking, we will work in conjunction with your dentist or orthodontist.

Alter-G Body Weight Support Treadmill
Our body weight support treadmill provides patients with the opportunity to return to walking/running before full body weight is allowed or tolerated. Video cameras allow for visual feedback and improved gait pattern.

JOBST Garment Fitting
Therapists are trained to measure and fit specialized compression garments to treat lymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency and chronic wounds.

Wound Care
Wound care is performed under the supervision of a hospital staff physician and employs several approaches including Wound Vac, dressing changes and wound education.

A system of exercises using special apparatus designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, posture and enhance mental awareness.

Born in the Navy SEALs, the TRX Suspension Training bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously.

Rip Trainer
The Rip Trainer employs an innovative resistance cord system to create a variable, unbalanced load that enables you to develops core strength, explosive power, flexibility and endurance.

American Physical Therapy Association Consumer Website

In its simplest terms, occupational therapists help people of all ages participate in daily functional activities, a.k.a. occupations. Occupational therapy helps people function in their environment and addresses the physical, psychological, and cognitive aspects of their well-being through engagement in activities.
Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate fully in school and develop social skills, helping people recovering from injury to regain function through retraining and/or adaptations, and providing support for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes. Our occupational therapy team provides care to patients within the hospital to prepare them for a safe return home and provides specialty treatment for patients with neurologic and orthopedic conditions.  Team members have advanced training and experience in acute and long-term management of patients with concussion/brain injury with a progressive program. Our Occupational Therapists are also experienced in custom splint fabrication and hand /upper extremity injuries with a Certified Hand Therapist on staff.

Our speech-language pathologists work with pediatric and adult patients with a diverse set of challenges, including difficulties with comprehending language, expressing language, speaking clearly, voice production, feeding/swallowing and cognitive/memory difficulties.
Pediatric Patients:
We work with all ages of children, from toddlers to adolescents, including evaluation and treatment in the following areas:
  • Autism spectrum disorders & Asperger’s
  • Articulation (speech production), including lisp remediation and support to increase speech intelligibility and accurate production of all sounds
  • Alternative/augmentative communication
  • Cleft lip/palate
  • Feeding
  • Deaf/hard of hearing and aural rehabilitation with hearing aids and cochlear implants
  • Stuttering
  • Auditory processing
  • Receptive and expressive language skills in spoken and written forms, including language comprehension, grammar, vocabulary
  • Social skills
  • Word finding
Adult Patients:
We work with adults from a variety of backgrounds and with a diverse range of needs, including evaluation and treatment in the following areas:
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Brain injury rehabilitation
  • Swallowing/dysphagia
  • Memory and cognition, including problem solving, organization and executive function skills
  • Aphasia
  • Receptive and expressive language skills in spoken and written forms, including language comprehension, grammar, vocabulary
  • Word finding
  • Apraxia, dysarthria and speech production (articulation)
  • Voice disorders, including vocal cord dysfunction, vocal nodules

0401 Castle Creek Road
Aspen, CO 81611

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