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Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation

 
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Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation Midlothian 

The skilled therapists at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR) Outpatient Services clinic in Midlothian offers comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation services. BIR Midlothian is conveniently located in the Midlothian Healthcare Center on South Midlothian Parkway off Highway 287.

The facility’s specialties include rehabilitation of acute and chronic orthopedic conditions, as well as other diagnoses.

Outpatient Services 

  • Bone cancers and graft-versus-host disease therapy
  • Fall risk reduction program
  • Foot and ankle care
  • Hand therapy/splinting
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Spine non-surgical and post-operative treatment (including scoliosis)
  • Sports medicine
  • Total joint replacement and after-surgery shoulder care

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Clinic Hours

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Our Staff

Center Manager/Physical Therapist: Carlton Glover, PT, DPT
Carlton graduated from Belmont University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He has developed clinical expertise in cancer rehabilitation, foot and ankle conditions and scoliosis, and has worked with high school, college, professional and Olympic athletes. Carlton has published on knee pain and spoken at running and men’s health conferences. He also works closely with the Midlothian ISD sports medicine team.

Physical Therapy Assistant: Rene Valerius, PTA
Rene graduated from Texas A&M University in 1988. She went on to pursue an associates degree and physical therapy assistant’s licensure in 1992.  Rene uses the MacKenzie protocol and kinesiotaping to supplement her vast orthopedic experience and has extensive clinical experience in wound care. A member of the Baylor team for more than 18 years, she also has worked at outpatient clinics in Ennis and Waxahachie. 

Occupational/Hand Therapy:  Casey Pennington, OTR
Casey graduated from Texas Woman’s University in 2012 with a master’s degree in occupational therapy.  In school, she developed a special interest for orthopedics, especially the upper extremities. Casey joined the BIR team in 2013, focusing on the treatment of the hand, elbow and shoulder.  She is taking steps to become a Certified Hand Therapist.