At Access Rehabilitation Specialists, our team of experienced therapists are trained to evaluate and treat all orthopaedic and sports medicine injuries. With a direct line of communication between our therapists and the physicians of Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics, each patient is given an individual treatment plan to best facilitate their recovery. Whether you are dealing with a minor injury that requires only one visit and a home exercise program or you are recovering from surgery, Access Rehabilitation Specialists will help you heal and rebuild strength to get you BACK IN THE GAME!
- Physical and Occupational Therapy
- Return to Sport
- Vestibular Therapy
- Graston Technique
- Custom Splint Fabrication
- Baltimore Therapeutic Equipment (BTE)
- Ergonomic Job Site Evaluation
- Back School
- Work Conditioning
- Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)
Our Physical and Occupational Therapists are licensed health care professionals who work with individuals who have sustained injury, surgery, and/or disabilities. Physical Therapists are trained to evaluate strength, range of motion, posture, balance, and functional performance. From examination an individualized treatment plan is formulated to help restore functional level, every day activities, sport performance, and work capacity. The treatment may consist of manual therapy/mobilization techniques, soft tissue techniques, modalities (heat, cold, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, iontophoresis, traction), cardiovascular exercise, balance training, stretching, strengthening, core stabilization, post operative care, return to sport training, education, and a home exercise program. The goal of physical therapy is to return an individual to their prior functional level and to promote independent management.
Our Occupational/Hand Therapists are trained in the rehabilitation of the upper extremity and have specialized knowledge of arm and hand function. They are trained to assess a variety of diagnoses and to formulate treatment plans to address the individual’s needs. The treatment may include splinting, performing job site evaluations, use of modalities, stretching, strengthening, work simulation, scar management, fine motor skills, and post-operative care. Using specialized skills in assessment and treatment, hand therapists work with their clients to prevent injury or impairment, restore functional activity, and enhance participation in daily life.