NEPA: Philadelphia, PA
I was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
after knee surgery last October. I was told that I would need ongoing physical
therapy and was referred to the NovaCare Northeast location. Upon my arrival…
Eastgate: Cincinnati, OH
After having hip revision surgery performed this past November and being a veteran of many orthopaedic procedures, I anticipated a challenging, but uneventful rehabilitation at the NovaCare Eastgate center in Cincinnati,…
Blaine: Blaine, MN
Following a work accident where I had three fingers slicked
off at the mid-knuckle due to a faulty table saw, I was referred to your Blaine
center for rehabilitation. I originally felt these sessions would be…
Welcome to the Central Virginia community. We work hard to create a positive clinical and customer service experience for our patients. To help our patients reach their recovery goals, in a safe and compassionate environment, our experienced therapists develop an individualized plan of care. Each plan is designed to get back to activity, back to work, and most importantly, back to life.
Discover the power of physical therapy today with Select Physical Therapy.
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Select Physical Therapy's Richmond clinic, located at 1794 North Parham Road in Richmond, VA, is also home to the Department of Outpatient Clinical Education. This department provides the clinicians of Select Medical with the most effective and up-to-date rehabilitation training in the industry. As a result, the Richmond clinic is often privy to developments in the industry before they become more widely adopted, giving patients access to state-of-the-art treatment.
The hand is an amazing, complex part of the human body, essential for all of our daily self-care, work and everyday activities. Whether writing with a pen, typing on a computer or turning a screwdriver, our hands are important tools in our daily lives. When the hand and upper extremity are unable to function properly due to accidents, disease, repetitive stress and conditions from birth or acquired syndromes, a specialized approach is essential.
Hand therapy focuses in on rehabilitation of the hand and upper limbs and is the merging of occupational therapy and physical therapy theory and practice. Several of our highly skilled physical and occupational therapists go on to become certified hand therapists and are proficient in the treatment of hand and upper extremity pathologies, from the acute to the chronic.
Hand therapy services include:• Post-operative management of upper extremity• Custom orthoses for the upper extremity• Joint mobilization• Instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques• Manual therapy• Taping techniques• Wound and scar management• Edema management• Work simulation• Range of motion• Strengthening• Arthritis
Hand therapy is currently being offered by Paige Kurtz, M.S., OTR/L, CHT at our Gayton Crossing facility. Contact us today at 804-747-4417 for more information!
Select Physical Therapy is pleased to announce the addition of another specialty program to our central Virginia community's service offerings. Dry Needling (DN), also known as intramuscular manual therapy/trigger point dry needling, is a modern Western medical modality. DN is a procedure in which filiform needles are used to deactivate myofascial trigger points. It is NOT acupuncture.
What Type of Conditions Can Be Treated With Dry Needling?
Dry needling can be used to treat low back and neck pain (including radiculopathy), shoulder and arm pain (tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, impingement), hip and leg pain (sciatica, muscle strains, calf tightness/spasm), foot pain (ankle sprain, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis), headache, face and jaw pain (TMJ), and fibromyalgia.
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Select Physical Therapy is excited to be partnered with the Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership (GRAP) to bring aquatic therapy to Central Virginia! Aquatic therapy is offered at GRAP's flagship facility, the Collegiate School Aquatics Center, located at 5050 Ridgedale Parkway in Richmond. GRAP is a non-profit entity whose mission is to provide aquatic access to all residents of Central Virginia. The facility is a state-of-the-art aquatics center that features a 25-yard, 6-lane multi-purpose pool, a handicap accessible Hydroworx 3500i therapy pool, community and workout rooms and offers mezzanine and spectator seating. Select Physical Therapy's Laura Neely, DPT, will be overseeing the aquatic therapy program.
About The Hydroworx 3500i Therapy Pool
The Hydroworx 3500i Therapy Pool utilizes two underwater treadmills integrated seamlessly into the floor. Underwater cameras and a flat screen viewing monitor greatly enhance the therapist's diagnostic capabilities when evaluating a patient's gait patter, in addition to allowing the patient the ability to watch and adjust underwater movements, ensuring proper form and safety.
Today, America's employers are very much at risk - paying nearly one billion dollars per week in workers' compensation costs. Through the WorkStrategies® Program, our main objectives are to: reduce the frequency and severity of injuries; achieve higher levels of employee functionality; and reduce the employer's TOTAL workers' compensation costs and lost work time.
We partner with employers, case managers, claim managers, TPAs, and insurance companies to provide innovative an cost-effective SOLUTIONS for the prevention and treatment of work-related injuries.
The WorkStrategies® Program offers the following services: