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Outpatient Therapy

Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation

 
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Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation North Arlington 

The skilled therapists at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR) Outpatient Services clinic in North Arlington offer a variety of therapy services for patients suffering from physical conditions related to aging, gender, illness and injury.

Conveniently located on Highway 360 at Trinity (just south of Highway 183), our facility features a main physical therapy gym area including a curtained treatment area, plus a private physical therapy evaluation and treatment room. Our gym offers a treadmill, elliptical trainer, recumbent and upright bikes and other advanced equipment.

Our goal is to provide the high quality treatment and compassionate service needed to improve quality of life.

Outpatient Services:

  • General Orthopedics
  • Back and Neck treatment, non-surgical and post-op
  • Core Stabilization
  • Spinal Scoliosis
  • Manual Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Deconditioned Status
  • Temperomandibular Joint (TMJ)
  • Bariatric Patient Exercise

Learn more about these therapies.

Clinic Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Our Staff

Clinic Manager/Physical Therapist: Kammi Barnard, PT, CKTP
Kammi received her physical therapy degree from Washington University School of Medicine and has been with Baylor since 1996. She treats adolescents and adults with diagnoses related to general orthopedics, spine care, sports medicine and patients of deconditioned status. She is a McKenzie-trained therapist and a certified kinesiotaping practitioner. Kammi has taken Isernhagen training for work-related testing, as well as advanced courses in shoulder treatment.  

About this clinic, Kammi says, "This is a wonderful clinic due to the personalized treatment each patient receives. It is a joy to be involved in a patient's care that assists them restore their functional activities."