Tri-State Nursing
Occupational Health
& Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy with
Highly Trained Physical and Occupational/Hand Therapists

EXPERTS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION

Injury Recovery, Repetitive-Stress-Injury Preventative Programs,  Post offer employment tests,  job analyses, ergonomic assessments, work conditioning / work hardening, functional capacity evaluations and onsite services.
We are now located in two different locations.
We are now providing Physical Therapy in Sioux Falls, SD and Sioux City, IA

Focused On Your Healing Process

Common Disorders that Benefit From Physical Therapy

Back Pain | Neck Pain | Joint Replacement | Vertigo | Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid | Meniscus Tear | Tendon or Ligament Issues | Plantar Fasciitis

Here at Tri State Nursing Occupational Health and Therapy Services
we are dedicated to helping patients recovery quickly and get back to their daily lives.


With Highly Trained Physical, Occupational, and Hand Therapists,

We are here to serve you and the community. 


"Anyone who might be having some pain to being proactive from the rehab side and employers who have someone experiencing pain."

Is Occupational Health and Therapy Services for you?

We are a great resource for the Sioux City area for doctor’s, healthcare professionals, employers and patients who really need Therapy Services

* Experts in Workers' Compensation
* Work Related Injuries
* Treating Sprains, Strains and all Musculoskeletal Issues
* Sports Related Injury
* Individualized attention

Workplace Wellness

Wellness Benefits include:
* Increases employee productivity
* Decreased claims cost
* Increased number of claims closed
* Decreased OSHA recordable injuries

Do you need 

Why use a Physical Therapist?

A physical therapist can take care of patients in all phases of healing, from the first initial diagnosis through the restorative and preventive stages of recovery. Physical therapy may be a single option, or it may supplement other treatments. Some patients are referred to a physical therapist by their case manager, adjuster or doctor, but other seek therapy themselves which is direct access. When a patient come to a physical therapist, they can expect to: Undergo a physical exam and evaluation, including a history of their health  and certain testing procedures, including evaluation of movement, flexibility, posture, and  joint motion, muscle and performance. You will receive a clinical diagnosis, prognosis, plan of care and short and long term goals Receive physical therapy treatment and intervention based on the therapist’s evaluation and diagnosis Receive self-management recommendations Patients often train with a physical therapist in exercises that they can do at home, to help them function more effectively.