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"I strongly recommend Pro Motion Rehab. Everyone is genuinely happy you are there. Great care, every aspect, by everybody involved in your care. You can rest assured that your care plan is well thought of for your particular need. If problems arise, just tell them and they will change the care plan. Very easy to work with, cooperative including you, in your return to gaining strength and mobility. Such an enjoyable atmosphere!"
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"Pro Motion Rehab : I can’t say enough good things about Pro Motion Rehab . From the time you walk in you are greeted by friendly staff . Physical therapy, who would think that it would be fun to have pain, lol . Everyone here is very professional, they go out of their way to make you feel at ease . The atmosphere is very uplifting , I enjoy being here during my therapy , I have been here since April , so I feel like a part of the fixtures here . Everyone just lifts your spirts with their personality’s , all different but all with a heart of gold . Never do I feel like oh geez therapy again ! Great friendly place they all make you feel like one big family ! Thank you all !!"
"I have never been to a healthcare facility with such a great staff. Every single person is genuinely helpful, pleasant, and kind. I have had nothing but positive experiences with Pro Motion and would highly recommend anyone to their services. Thank you for taking amazing care of me! "
"I totally recommends Pro Motion Rehab Inc. The first day, I met Julie and she made me feel like, this is the place. I can’t say enough about the whole staff!!!, amazingly friendly, patient, and helpful every step of the way. Great manager, and team leaders, If I had any questions, from the staff, they were very knowledgeable. They went over and above working with me. Didi is a real jewel. very tough. Great!! Nobody likes the pain of rehab, if you need it, this is the place for you. What I loved about the staff is everyone worked so well together and seemed like they really enjoyed their job. They always had something friendly to say to brighten everyone's day. I loved it. "
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Our Occupational Therapist works with you to help you achieve a fulfilled life, through, the use of activity designed to achieve functional outcomes which promote health, prevent injury and improve and restore your level of independence. Occupational Therapy is about helping you to do the day-to-day tasks. The hand and wrist work together to allow you to perform activities of daily living, as well as participating in athletic and artistic endeavors. Working with your hands is not only functionally important, but can enhance your life. The goal of hand surgery is to treat pathology caused by overuse trauma, inflammatory or degenerative processes. Restoration of function and resolution of symptoms, such as pain, are critical goals of our discipline. Most conditions are amenable to initial non-operative management. Below is a list of a select hand pathologies and treatments including basic information regarding each condition.
Normal Hand Anatomy - The hand is an intricate instrument that is both tough and delicate. Its functions of sensations and motion allow us to experience and control the world around us.
Trigger Finger - The tendons of the thumb and each of the fingers pass through a sheath on the palm side of the hand. Certain diseases and overuse activities can cause a thickening of this sheath. As the tendon passes through a thickened sheath, the tendon eventually becomes irritated and swells. Pain, catching and eventually locking of the finger will occur. Symptoms usually starts with mild discomfort and tenderness at the base of the fingers and thumb. The affected digit will be painful to bend or straighten and will often pop when flexing. Causes are not always clear and can be caused by repetitive use. Some cases can be caused by rheumatoid arthritis, gout and diabetes. Early treatment can be as simple as warm or cold packs, anti-inflammatory meds, and splinting to reduce the repetitive motion of the affected finger. Resting the tendon is the important thing and then strengthening it.
Dupuytren’s Contracture - This disorder is a thickening of a ligament in the palm, resulting in nodules on the ligament which, if severe enough, can cause an inability to fully straighten the fingers. The ring and small fingers are the fingers most commonly involved. is a condition that causes the tissue just beneath the skin of the palm to tighten, drawing the fingers. Dupuytren's contracture into the palm. Symptoms you may feel the tissue beneath your palm start to thicken and over time will cause lumps that develop in your palm and extend into your fingers making it difficult to open your hand. The tightness and bent fingers develops slowly over time, taking months or even years to develop. Treatment Options Hand therapy can help in the post-operative care and management. Elizabeth can fabricate a splint to help keep your fingers extended
DeQuervains Tenosynovitis - Tendonitis on the thumb side of the wrist can be a very painful and disabling condition. Simple pinching and twisting activities can be almost impossible. The tendons to the thumb become inflamed as they pass under a ligament and the slightest motion of the wrist can cause pain. Symptoms localized pain, swelling, and tenderness on the thumb side of the wrist. Gripping and pinching becomes painful. Causes excessive repetitive use, stress and pressure on the affected area. Repeated gripping and pinching which results in inflammation and pain. Previous wrist injuries including fractures and rheumatoid arthritis can also be associated. Treatment Options reducing repetitive motions with your thumb. Elizabeth may design a splint for you to wear at night and help you with self-care exercises.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - is a common hand problem resulting from pressure on the median nerve at the wrist. Symptoms, which are often worse at night, consist of numbness and pain in the wrist and fingers. Eventually there is loss of strength, fine motor control and sensation. Early treatment consists of splinting. Symptoms pain, numbness and tingling in the fingers, hand and arms and are felt during the night and daily activities like driving or anything that causes a weakened grip or a tendency to drop things. Causes pressure on the nerve in the wrist, swelling, dislocations, fractures, arthritis, and keeping your elbow bent for long periods of time causing the nerve to be pinched. Treatment Options changing the hand use patterns that cause inflammation and wearing wrist splints.
Myofascial Release - is a form of soft tissue Therapy. Fascia is a structure of connective tissue that surrounds groups of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves. It binds some structures together, while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other. Fascia can become tight or restricted which can cause your pain and limit your motion. Once these limitations are released, you can experience ease and freedom of motion, comfort at rest, and relaxation.
The role of our Occupational Therapist in Orthopedics is to assist you and help you to overcome some of the limitations due to your condition or injury. By helping you to work and live independently, as well as helping you to improve your well-being. The Therapist will assess your abilities and lifestyle prior to your surgery or illness, as well as your expectations of your lifestyle post-surgery. Our Therapist will consult with you and the Orthopedic surgeon in charge of the surgery to develop a program that will best suit your expectations. After major orthopedic surgery it is imperative that your able to become independent and able to manage your lifestyle choices.
Orthopedic Hand and Elbow for Arthritis, Carpel Tunnel, Fractures, Tendon Repairs, Contractures, Splinting, Orthotics for hands, fingers, wrist and elbow, Stroke Rehab, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, Parkinson's
Simple Wound Care: cleaning of wounds, monitoring and bandaging. Does not include debridement, staples or stitch removal.
Other services to include: Fluido-Therapy, Paraffin, Cold Laser, Ultrasound, Electrical Stimulation, Traction, Manual Therapy is used for a variety of conditions. IASTM (Instrumented Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization), MPS (Microcurrent Point Stimulation), ETPS (Needleless Acupuncture), Myofascial Release, Scar Management to reduce adhesions and improve movement.
Some of the reasons why you may seek Occupational Therapy include: Neck pain, tennis elbow, after surgery, scars, carpal tunnel and chronic pain to name a few.
Our occupational therapist is a specialist who can help you with your arthritis and to help you to maximize your ability to participate in activities safely and enhance your quality of life. The sooner you start working with an occupational therapist, the more you can benefit. Right after your arthritis diagnosis is a good time to see an occupational therapist, your primary care physician can refer you. Our OT wants to know about your everyday activities such as school, homemaking, work, things like laundry or anything that might become challenging, no matter how large or small. Then she will make an appropriate plan to address all those issues. Her goal is to teach you self-management skills. The plan could include a custom-fitting for splints or supports that can ease stress on painful joints and help prevent deformity. Elizabeth can teach you how to protect your joints by performing tasks in different ways than you may be used to, such as using both hands or using an assistive device.
Benefit: A general term referring to any service (such as a physical therapy visit, laboratory test, surgical procedure, etc.) or supply (such as prescription drugs, durable medical equipment, etc.) covered by a health insurance plan.
Claim: A request for payment that the patient, doctor, physical therapy clinic, hospital, or other health provider submits to an insurer for covered items or services, such as physical therapy visits
Co-Insurance: This is a percentage amount that is the insured’s responsibility. A common co-insurance split is 80/20. This means that the insurance company will pay 80% of the services and the insured is required to pay the remaining 20%.
Co-Payments: A co-payment is a fixed amount that the insured is required to pay at the time of service.
Deductible: The deductible refers to the amount of money that the insured will need to pay before any benefits would be paid by your health insurance carrier. This is usually a yearly amount so when the policy starts again the deductible would be in effect again. Usually there are separate individual deductible amounts and total family deductible amounts. Some plans may have separate deductibles for specific services, such as physical therapy and hospitalization, and these may be different amounts. Also, the deductible amount may vary if a provider is considered in-network or out-of-network provider.
Exclusions: Services or items not covered under a given health plan that the insurer will not pay. Under the Affordable Care Act pre-existing conditions will no longer be denied coverage.
In-Network: Providers are considered in-network if they have a contract with an insurance company. Typically, deductible amounts are lower and co-insurance amounts are higher with an in-network provider, resulting in lower overall cost to the patient.
Lifetime Maximum: This is the most amount of money the health insurance policy will pay for during the patient’s entire lifetime. Pay attention to individual lifetime maximums and family lifetime maximums as they can be different.
Out-of-Network: Providers are considered out-of-network if they do not have a contract with an insurance company. Typically, deductible amounts are higher and co-insurance amounts are lower with an out-of-network provider, resulting in higher overall cost to the patient.
Out-of-Pocket: An out-of-pocket expense can refer to how much the co-payment, coinsurance, or deductible is. Also, when the term annual out-of-pocket maximum is used, that is referring to how much the insured would have to pay for the whole year out of their pocket, excluding premiums.
PIP: PIP, or Personal Injury Protection, is automobile insurance coverage that pays medical expenses for individuals injured in an auto accident, regardless of who is at fault. This coverage is also known as no-fault Personal Injury Protection.
Premium: The amount paid monthly for healthcare insurance coverage.
Provider: A term commonly used by health insurance companies to designate any healthcare provider, whether a doctor, physical therapist, hospital, or clinic.
Referral: The process through which a patient under a managed care health insurance plan is authorized by his or her primary care physician to a see a specialist, such as a physical therapist, for the diagnosis or treatment of a specific condition.
Specialist Visits: Physical therapy is considered a specialty visit because of the in-depth skills and knowledge of the physical therapists.
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From the Pro Motion Rehab Team
We provide FREE Baseline Concussion Testing to any school-aged Athlete in the Cherokee, Clay and Union County areas. Remove the guesswork and enroll your athlete in our Biodex Concussion Management Program.
How do you really know if it is safe for players coming off a concussion can return to play?
We are excited to extend the resources of our Concussion Management Program to you and your athletes, to answer these questions. We offer a Biodex Concussion Management Program and we would like the opportunity to enroll your athletes with a simple baseline test of balance and cognitive assessment. In the event of an injury, athletes are retested and compared to baseline as well as compared to age- and gender-specific normative data. All data is stored per athlete with the ability to generate HIPAA-compliant reporting.
A guideline for Sideline Assessment and an RTP Algorithm helps make objective decisions on the field. The test only takes minutes but will provide valuable information in the event of a concussion. High school athletes engaged in contact sports are experiencing concussions at an alarming rate. The Centers for Disease Control estimate up to 3 million sports-related concussions are happening in the U.S. with school-aged children making up the majority of these cases. The rate of reoccurrence is just as concerning. When a concussion protocol is followed, kids usually recover within a week or two. Without a protocol, the risks can be great including reoccurrence and possible lasting effects. Each concussion is different, so too is each patient’s recovery. Having objective-baseline and data-driven support is essential for those difficult return-to-play decisions.
We look forward to working with you and your team. Please call (828) 837-0400 for a time to set up an evaluation.
Concussion Management combines balance and cognitive baseline with post-injury testing for objective decisions. Cognitive testing alone is not enough. At Pro Motion Rehab in Murphy, NC we do FREE Baseline testing for any concerned parents wanting to ensure their kids can make it to college with their cognitive and proprioceptive abilities intact.
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