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Tip #3 for Effective Physical Therapy is here. Today we want to talk about being as healthy as you can be for Physical Therapy. Eating regularly and taking your prescribed medications as directed by your Physician/NP/PA play a role in your ability to particpate effectively in Physical Therapy. If you don't have energy, you may not be able to perform the exercises recommended. So consider your meals around your schedule. They play a role in your energy level, ...
Posted on 2020-01-21
Now that you know what to wear, let's keep moving! In order to keep the gains that you are making in Physical Therapy, it is important to keep your schedule. Physical Therapy is usually scheduled 2-3 times per week. This is to help you reach maximum potential from your therapy in a timely manner. Missing repetitively can slow your progress, stop your progress or cause regression. Your health is important to us. And we want you help you accomplish your goals a...
Posted on 2020-01-14
So what do you need to know to get started with Physical Therapy? It's really pretty simple. Lets start with our first tip. Always dress comfortably for your therapy and according to the type of therapy you will be recieving. You may not know what that is until you meet with your Physical Therapist for the first time. But after that, you will know your plan. Then you can dress accordingly. Loose fitting pants, supportive shoes and no long jewelry are some...
Posted on 2020-01-07
Well folks, we've made it through another year! We are looking forward to the start of 2020. Are you? As we reflect on 2019, we remind ourselves how blessed we are as a family and as business owners of Excel Rehab Services. As we help our patients to "accomplish your goals", we are also working towards our own personal and business goals. This year we are proud of the goals we have reached. Our goals are in line with our patients' goals. We started the f...
Posted on 2019-12-30
Hello to all. We hope everyone is in a festive spirit for the holidays. It's a busy time with many thinking of food, parties, what to wear, shopping and visiting friends and loved ones. Christmas time is a special time of year. And we often focus on gifts for our children. Have you thought about different gifts that can mean so much to a child with medical needs? -- Limb loss, those with wheelchairs, those in the hospital? We've done a little research & found a...
Posted on 2019-12-11
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