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Rehabilitation Services has a friendly and professional staff dedicated to providing you the highest quality care and service available. As trusted healthcare professionals, our team will work closely with you to evaluate your condition and develop an effective personalized plan of care.

When you have had a serious accident or illness, nothing's more important than your rehabilitation. Rehabilitation services include:

  • Physical therapy.
  • Speech therapy.

Dry Needling Therapy

Rehabilitation Services is pleased to announce that Aaron Rhodes, PT, MPT is certified to perform functional dry needling as part of the overall comprehensive physical therapy services offered at Beauregard Health System.


New Patient Information:

Speech-Language Pathology:

Physical Therapy:

Meet Our Staff

Dr. Christian Armetta, SLP.D, CCC-SLP

Dr. Armetta is a licensed doctor of speech-language pathology who has been a clinician in his field since 2001. Dr. Armetta also serves as the Director of Rehabilitation. He holds certifications in VitalStim Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and Deep Pharyngeal Neuromuscular Stimulation for swallow rehabilitation. Dr. Armetta uses his expert knowledge to provide skilled services primarily in the field of adult medical speech-language pathology in the areas of dysphagia management, speech/language therapy, voice therapy, aphasia management and cognitive-communication therapy on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Dr. Armetta specializes in swallowing examinations (modified barium swallow study) and swallow therapy.

Jenna Dearmon, MS, CCC-SLP

Jenna is a licensed speech-language pathologist and received her Master of Science in communication sciences and disorders from Baylor University in 2003. She is certified in VitalStim Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation for swallow rehabilitation and has been trained and is experienced in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) for augmentative and alternative communication. Jenna uses her knowledge to provide services primarily in the field of pediatric and developmental speech-language pathology, including delays and disabilities in communication, language, speech, emergent literacy and feeding/swallowing on an outpatient basis.

Aaron Rhodes, PT, MPT, MCMT

Aaron is a licensed physical therapist and holds a Master Certification in manual therapy, Graston technique and dry needling. He uses his expert knowledge to evaluate and treat patients with orthopedic, balance and neurological deficits. Aaron's advanced knowledge allows him to treat patients who have musculoskeletal injuries so they achieve greater outcomes after injury.

Tracy Winkley, PT, MPT, CWS, CLT

Tracy is a licensed physical therapist, outpatient certified wound specialist, and certified lymphedema therapist. Tracy has experience treating patients of all ages, with various injuries and diagnoses. Tracy's expertise in wound care allows her to provide outpatient treatment for all types of acute and chronic wounds. She also uses her knowledge and skills to treat both inpatients and outpatients to help them maintain or return to their prior level of function as quickly as possible and to enhance their quality of life. 

Ray Yamuta, RPT

Ray is a licensed physical therapist whose experience specializes in neurodevelopmental treatment for patients who have experienced a stroke or related illnesses. Originally, he is from the Philippines, where he graduated from Silliman University. Ray has eight years of experience working in the Philippines and four years in Louisiana, where he now works in the Rehabilitation Department using his expert knowledge to provide physical therapy services on an outpatient and inpatient basis. Ray's clinical interests include vestibular rehab and hand therapy.

Kathy Terrell, DPT

Kathy is a licensed physical therapist and holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She uses her expert knowledge to provide physical therapy services to patients who suffer from general neck and back pain, strains, and neurological conditions, with a concentration in geriatric physical therapy conditions.