Twin River Health Center provides patient-focused care in Physical Therapy, Podiatry, and Urology. Our experienced and compassionate team of providers and support staff deliver expert care in a comfortable family setting where your needs come first.
Advance Physical Therapy
Our experienced, compassionate physical therapists and physical therapist assistants provide one-on-one, individualized care. Utilizing advanced training and following the patient’s goals for therapy, the staff works to relieve pain, improve functional abilities, and return each individual to his or her previous level of activity – whether it is athletics, job demands, recreational activities or daily tasks.
Advance Physical Therapy services include:
- Back pain
- Post Surgery
- Sports Injuries
- Geriatric Issues
- Balance disorders
- and more
Therapy is offered in the clinic’s relaxing gym and exam room spaces. Aquatics therapy is offered in the pool at the Upper Valley Aquatics Center in White River Junction.
Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. Gifford provides podiatry care from three podiatric surgeons and experienced, professional support staff in three locations.
- Diabetic foot care
- Foot and ankle reconstructive surgery
- Foot and ankle fracture management
- Orthotics casting
- Wound care
- Treatment of ingrown toenails
- Foot- and ankle-related sports medicine
- Bunion care and treatment
- Flat foot
Our clinics are equipped to evaluate and manage foot and ankle problems, as well as perform office-based procedures.
Urology is a medical specialty that deals with diseases of the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs. Our goal is to work with you to diagnose and treat your urology issues through medications, lifestyle changes and surgery, if needed.
We offer help in many areas of Urology, including:
- Urinary incontinence
- Prostate issues and enlarged prostate (BPH)
- Recurrent bladder infections
- Vasectomy or male sterilization
- Painful bladder syndrome
- Erectile dysfunction
- Kidney stones
- Hematuria (blood in the urine)
Who’s right for you? What do all those initials mean?
To help you choose the right provider, here are descriptions of some of the provider types Gifford offers.
If you need help accessing, or have questions about, medical and community resources, call the Blueprint Community Health Team at (802) 728-7710.
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