Nearly everyone seeks physical therapy services at some point in their lives. Whether you seek help because of age, a sports injury, an accident, or a disease, we're here to help you get back on track and start enjoying life again.
Open communication by our staff with you, your referring physician and appropriate parties (such as insurance representatives) enables us to provide you with high quality, cost-saving rehabilitative care. Over the past 41 years, we've grown into one of the most highly regarded comprehensive providers of outpatient physical therapy, occupational and speech therapy services, offering one of the largest arrays of rehabilitative care in the Wilmington, Delaware area. RCI now has two physical therapy centers in Wilmington and a new center in Frazer, Pennsylvania. View maps and contact information for each of our locations.
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Disabilty Work Assessment
The Disability Work Assessment (DWA) is a comprehensive assessment that focuses on your functional abilities and specifically relates any impairments to your ability to sustain work 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year.
Fall Prevention and Balance Training
Our balance training therapy is designed to help you improve strength, increase flexibility and joint range of motion, and better your balance to help decrease your risk of falls.
Functional Capacity Evaluation
The objective of an FCE is to safely return injured workers to the workforce and limit the risk of workplace injuries from happening again.
Hand therapy, provided by certified hand therapists, addresses not only traumatic injuries of the hand but also repetitive stress injuries of the entire upper extremity including carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow and rotator cuff injuries to name a few. Customized Hand Splints can be fabricated on premises during your visit.
Our licensed, experienced physical therapists create customized foot physical therapy programs to address pain and discomfort in the various parts of the foot, ankle, and Achilles tendons. Following foot or ankle surgery, our physical therapists can help to decrease post surgical pain, regain range of motion, restore normal strength and get you walking without a limp.
LSVT BIG Program
LSVT is an internationally recognized treatment program designed specifically to enhance function in Parkinson's Disease patients.
Lymphedema Treatment & Management
Primary and secondary lymphedema patients are seen for manual lymph drainage, education, skin care, prevention and control techniques, compression support, and education of the patient and family for continuity of the program.
Neurological physical therapy involves working with a therapist to help improve or alleviate areas of dysfunction caused by injury, disease, or disorders such as strokes, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Muscular Dystrophy.
Occupational therapy enhances activities of daily living such as self-care, work, and leisure activities.
Orthopedic physical therapy focuses on the musculoskeletal system and any injury or disease affecting the muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons and joints. Post surgical rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery such as joint replacements, ACL and rotator cuff repairs are also commonly seen in our facilities.
Post Concussion Rehab
A concussion is an injury to the brain caused by an accident or a direct blow which causes the brain to collide with the inside of the skull. While usually temporary, concussions cause chemical changes in the brain which may result in problems with headaches, concentration, memory, judgement, balance, and coordination.
Pulmonary rehab (PR) focuses on patients with chronic respiratory impairments or lung and airway disorders such as COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, etc.
Our speech and language pathologists work to help children and adults improve vocal communication, articulation, cognition as well as swallowing disorders.
Spinal Care for Neck and Back Pain
Physical therapy can help reduce and relieve chronic and acute neck and back pain that may appear for a variety of reasons including severe falls or auto accidents, poor posture, poor ergonomic work conditions, degenerated, ruptured or herniated discs, bone spurs, arthritis, and pulled muscles (just to name a few). All of our therapists are trained in the McKenzie approach, an internationally recognized approach to the evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic back problems.
Our licensed physical therapists, including athletic trainers, provide sports-specific treatment of sports-related injuries thereby promoting the speedy and effective recovery of professional players, seasoned athletes, and weekend warriors alike.
There are 3 types of temporomandibular disorders (TMD), commonly referred to as TMJ: myofascial pain (the most common), internal derangement, and arthritis. Physical therapists at RCI develop a personalized treatment plan based specifically on your needs.
Vestibular / Vertigo Rehabilitation
During vestibular rehab, a licensed physical therapist evaluates the patient and works with the referring physician to create an exercise program designed to help the brain adapt and compensate for the underlying physical causes of the dizziness.
RCI also offers several additional fitness and wellness programs at each of our locations. Contact us to speak with us about our physical therapy services. We'll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have or schedule an appointment with one of our physical therapists.