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What is Inpatient Rehabilitation and is It Right for You?

What is Inpatient Rehabilitation and is It Right for You? Perhaps you’ve recently been through a traumatic accident. Or maybe you’ve undergone a recent knee re-construction and have other health issues that may need to be addressed. You’re wondering, ‘What’s next?’ You may qualify for inpatient physical therapy or inpatient rehabilitation. Inpatient rehab is available…

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Outpatient Orthopedic Rehabilitation: Most Common Questions

Outpatient Orthopedic Rehabilitation: Most Common Questions Outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation involves rehab during set appointment times. Unlike inpatient care, you get to stay at home and, for the most part, go about your regular life. You attend ortho rehab appointments through a clinic, a rehab center, or a hospital. But, unlike inpatient rehabilitation, you don’t have…

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Why Vestibular Rehabilitation Plays an Important Role in Your Post Concussion Exercise Program

Why Vestibular Rehabilitation Plays an Important Role in Your Post Concussion Exercise Program 40-60% of patients that suffer head trauma experience dizziness and a lack of balance. In some cases, these symptoms continue to last for 2 years after the initial injury. This dizziness and lack of balance are due to vestibular issues generated by…

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3 Ways To Get Employee Buy-In

3 Ways To Get Employee Buy-In By Jamey Schrier, Founder Practice Freedom U One of the biggest frustrations constantly heard from physical therapy clinic owners is “how do I get my employees to buy-in?” In fact, this is heard almost as much as “I need more referrals.” As you know, a lack of employee engagement…