Here at RCI we're dedicated to helping you live (and play) at your best whether you're suffering from a chronic disease, recovering from surgery or injury, or dealing with a disability. We believe in providing the best possible care to all of our patients.
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We are once again celebrating National Physical Therapy month by spreading the word about PhysioCorp's "I Heart PT" contest. We've been giving our patients stickers and bracelets, and telling them how to enter the contest. read more>
Here at RCI we're all about providing the best possible rehabilitation and physical therapy care for our patients. As part of that ongoing effort, we're now happy to be offering post concussion rehab to help patients who have suffered a concussion. read more>
Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 was passed in both the House and Senate and President Obama signed it into law last week. This bill included an extension of the Medicare therapy cap exceptions process, but only through March 31, 2015. read more>
Total muscle mass decreases by nearly 50% for people between the ages of 20 and 90.
At RCI, we combine personalized quality care with advanced clinical techniques to offer holistic patient care through our health and wellness programs to help enable our patients to reach their personal health goals through physical fitness. read more>
Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease in the United States. It causes a reduction in the quantity of bone mass, leaving you at higher risk for bone fractures. When left untreated, it can lead to serious disability. read more>
An active lifestyle can lead to a healthier you. As physical therapists, healthy bodies are our main concern. It's our job to make sure your joints, muscles and bones are working together properly.
Without a healthy lifestyle, your body cannot function at its full potential. Whether you're running a marathon or strolling through the mall, a healthy body will help keep you active for years to come. read more>
As you may have already heard, October is National Physical Therapy month! NPTM is a commemoration held each October by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), designed to recognize the impact that physical therapists and physical therapist assistants make in restoring and improving motion in people’s lives. read more>
In order to prevent the occurrence or recurrence of falls, physical therapy focuses on two aspects to keep you sure-footed: balance training and physical exercise.
Good balance is dependent on many factors - reliable sensory input is received from the eyes, vestibular system, and proprioceptors in the spine and lower extremities. The aging population is prone to many diseases that affect this information. Consider these statistics: read more>
Let Rehabilitation Consultants be the key to helping you complete a successful disability claim. Having a hard time with your claim? We can help by providing a Disability Work Assessment. read more>
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Is tennis elbow or golfer's elbow keeping you out of the game? These gentle stretches may provide relief and help speed recovery. read more