The Recovery Center specializes in treating opioid (pain killer) abuse while concurrently controlling the underlying pain condition through a comprehensive approach, including:
The experienced staff of the Recovery Center includes a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a therapist and pain specialists, whose comprehensive approach encompasses the full spectrum of care, treats the underlying pain issues that may have been the source of addiction and enables the treatment of co-occurring illnesses.
An individualized treatment plan is developed to best fit each patient’s unique situation. Suboxone and other medications will be prescribed through the Recovery Center, but will not be dispensed from the facility, itself. Most all insurance is accepted, though some state Medicaid programs do not pay for these services. A physician referral is required for treatment at the Recovery Center. For more information or to refer a patient, please call 304-526-6351.
Occupational safety and health programs are established to protect a company's most valuable asset - its employees - by fostering a safe and healthy work environment. The staff of Cabell Huntington Hospital's Occupational Health Program is ready to help Tri-State businesses develop the right plan for their needs.
Because each business has its own goals, configuration and size, each employee health program is tailored to the requesting company's goals. To improve overall health and well-being, many clients choose to include services such as immunizations and screenings, job-specific health risk testing and the treatment of minor work-related injuries and illnesses. The Occupational Health account manager will work with each company to customize their program, choosing from a comprehensive list of available services.
For more information, please call 304-525-2273.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation is non-invasive therapy that focuses on the muscles of the pelvic floor, which is made up of muscles, ligaments and connective tissues that support the bladder, vagina, uterus, prostate and rectum. Pelvic floor muscle weakness can lead to incontinence and pelvic prolapse. Problems become more common with aging, but the pelvic floor can also be weakened or become painful due to obesity, surgery, heavy lifting , herniated discs, prostate surgery or pregnancy and childbirth. The rehabilitation process involves pelvic muscle exercises, also known as Kegel exercises, optimal posture review, core muscle strengthening and biofeedback techniques.
The Pelvic Health Therapy Center is adjacent to Cabell Huntington Hospital in the Fairfield Building at 1616 13th Avenue in Huntington, WV. Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross and most commercial insurance is accepted. A physician referral is required. For more information or to refer a patient for pelvic floor rehabilitation, please call 304-526-2413.