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Outpatient Therapy – How Can It Help You?

Colorado Springs, CO
719- 960- 7295

10 Ways Outpatient Therapy can help change your life: Reduce pain- Therapeutic exercises and manual therapy techniques such as joint and soft tissue mobilization or treatments such as taping, electrical stimulation, and dry needling can help relieve pain and restore muscle and joint function to reduce...


How Can a Rehabilitation Hospital Help You and Your Family?


Deciding on care for a loved one with serious medical conditions can be confusing. In south central Pennsylvania, rehabilitation hospitals offer patients opportunities to move toward wellness and independence. An inpatient rehabilitation hospital provides physical medicine as well as rehabilitation...


Valley-Wide Health Systems – Looking Back, Moving Forward


We aim to keep our communities healthy and provide family medicine services at clinics across the San Luis Valley, Arkansas Valley, and Cañon City. Primary Care Services Our clinics provide services for all, treating both acute and chronic conditions. Dental Services Spread across eight clinics...


Prevent Falls by Building Strength, Mobility and Balance


It’s that time of year when seniors must take extra precautions to avoid a fall. Dipping temperatures and inclement weather conditions increase the risk factors for falls—especially—in older adults. The good news is there are simple steps you can take to keep yourself safe! Outside your home, make sure...


Physical Therapy can help with Healthy Aging


Most of us are familiar with the term life span, which is a reference to how long a person will actually live.  A newer and even more important term is health span, which means the length of time that a person is healthy and not just alive.  Physical therapy can help with healthy aging by improving health...


Choosing a Post- Acute Facility: Transitional Rehabilitation or Skilled Nursing?


Health Care is changing and so are the options for care and rehabilitation following an accident, injury or illness.  The new Transitional Rehabilitation model is driving trends in post-acute care and providing a better recovery experience for patients. New Transitional Trend #1: providing short term...


Physical Rehabilitation: Restoring Ability and Quality to Lives


Outpatient rehabilitation begins with a thorough evaluation of the patient’s condition and needs. During the evaluation, the patient’s current level of ability is assessed and the desired treatment outcomes are established. Following the evaluation, a rehabilitation therapist determines which treatment...


Physical Therapy


Every year thousands of seniors utilize physical therapy to get back on their feet.  Reasons may include: recovering from a joint replacement, chronic or acute pain in any part of the body, stroke, balance and falls, recovering from an extended illness, and declining strength and function.  The primary...


Out of Balance?


Poor balance and the fear of falling are primary reasons for declining mobility as a person ages.  Mobility is an important factor in the quality of life.  As balance worsens (increasing the risk of falling), it is more difficult to be mobile.  Unfortunately, falling is the number one cause of hip fracture. ...


Physical Rehabilitation: Restoring Ability and Quality to Lives


Outpatient rehabilitation begins with a thorough evaluation of the patient’s condition and needs. During the evaluation, the patient’s current level of ability is assessed and the desired treatment outcomes are established. Following the evaluation, a rehabilitation therapist determines which treatment...

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