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  1. Gradual Return To Work
  2. Work Conditioning/ Hardening Program
  3. Job Site Analysis
  4. Sports Specific Conditioning
  5. Functional Capacity Evaluations
  6. Personal Training Programs
  7. Aqua Therapy
  8. Home Exercise Programs
  9. One-on-One Active Rehabilitation Programs
  10. Cardiorespiratory Conditioning Exercieses
  11. Weight Loss Programs
  12. Fitness Testing
  13. Fall Prevention Programs
Injuries we treat: 
  • Soft tissue damage

  • Injuries resulting from motor vehicle accident

  • All sports injuries

  • Poor posture and body alignment

  • Tendinitis and bursitis

  • Joint problems

  • Lower back pain

  • Musculoskeletal issues

Treatment Protocol

1) Initial Assessment

This is a head to toe assessment that can last from 1.5 to 2 hours that measures many things including, patient range of motion, flexibility, strength, muscle endurance and cardiovascular fitness.  In addition, specific tests of the injured areas are done.  A comprehensive report is written and sent to the referring doctor, ICBC, and the patient's lawyer (if he/she has one).

2) Treatment Plan

Based on the initial assessment, a treatment plan is formulated that is appropriate to the patient's capabilities, fitness level, injuries and rehabilitation goals.  Patient education is also given regarding posture, pathology of soft tissue injuries, lifting techniques, nutrition, etc.  If the patient is not working then a work conditioning program is started; the patient attends anywhere from 1-4 hours per day, 5 times per week, for 4-6 weeks, depending on their assessment, their current conditioning and the demands of their job.  If the patient is working, then the patient is treated for 1 hour daily, 3 times per week in addition to using a computer assisted home exercise program that takes into account the patient's injuries, current physical capabilities, range of motion of uninjured and injured areas & rehabilitation goals.  In addition, stability exercises are also given to improve core and extremity stability and strength.

3) Follow-up

Once the patient is on a gradual return to work schedule, they can be followed up for approximately 1 hour daily, 2 to 3 times per week until they return to work full time with follow up on an "as needed" basis.  We strive to get the patient back to work full time if at all possible. Problem cases are directed back to the referring doctor for appropriate follow-up work or further referrals.

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