FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

 

01

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?

 

Step 1: Evaluation And Assessment
The Key to successful rehabilitation and recovery is a complete evaluation and assessment. The physical therapist’s evaluation will include the following:

  • Assessment of which muscles are lacking strength.

  • Testing of joint biomechanics for dysfunction.

  • Breakdown of your injury or symptoms step by step.

 

Step 2: Hands-On Manual Therapy
A Physical Therapist’s greatest asset is their hands.

A Physical Therapist’s hands can mobilize dysfunctional tissue and joints. This will assist you in a speedier, more complete recovery.

Through the use of manual therapy, the physical therapist is able to provide pressure and resistance when and where it is needed most. This technique is used throughout the movement for functional strengthening and optimal muscle control.

 

Step 3: Muscle Re-Education
Once the areas that require the most help have been identified, the therapist will design a personalized comprehensive exercise regime.

The goal of the program is to re-educate and restore the muscles involved.

The exercise program will be specific to the muscles which support and protect your injury or dysfunction.

 

Step 4: Maintenance And Prevention
The key to a complete and successful restoration of function, is learning how to prevent an injury or dysfunction from reoccurring.

02

DO I NEED A REFERRAL?

 

In Wyoming, you are not required to obtain a doctor’s referral to be evaluated by a Physical Therapist. However, in order for a Physical Therapist to deliver treatment an established diagnosis must be obtained from a doctor or chiropractor.  If you don’t have a doctor, call us.  We work with some of the best in town.

03

WHY ARE PEOPLE REFERRED TO PHYSICAL THERAPY?

 

Many are referred to physical therapy because of a movement dysfunction associated with pain. Your difficulty with moving part(s) of your body (like bending at the low back or difficulty sleeping on your shoulder, etc.) very likely results in limitations with your daily activities (e.g. difficulty getting out of a chair, an inability to play sports, or trouble with walking, etc.). Physical therapists treat these movement dysfunctions and their associated pains and restore your body’s ability to move in a normal manner.

04

DO YOU OFFER CASH SERVICES?

Yes, please contact us for more information.

OPENING HOURS

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY

7:00AM-7:00PM

 

TUESDAY & THURSDAY

7:00AM-12:00PM

 

​SATURDAY-SUNDAY

​closed

 

CONTACT​ US

305 E. Lakeway Rd.

Gillette, WY 82718

 

 

Tel: 307-696-6045

Fax: 307-696-6046

 

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