Occupational Health & Therapy Services
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy with
Highly Trained Physical and Occupational/Hand Therapists
EXPERTS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Injury Recovery, Repetitive-Stress-Injury Preventative Programs, Post offer employment tests, job analyses, ergonomic assessments, work conditioning / work hardening, functional capacity evaluations and onsite services.
We are now located in two different locations.
We are now providing Physical Therapy at:
3409 Singing Hills Blvd., Sioux City, IA 712.202.0702
3410 South Western Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 605.271.9980
Focused On Your Healing Process
Wellness Benefits Include:
* Increases employee productivity
* Decreased claims cost
* Increased number of claims closed
* Decreased OSHA recordable injuries
Is Occupational Health and Therapy Services for you?
We are a great resource for the Sioux City area for doctor’s, healthcare professionals, employers and patients who really need Therapy Services
* Experts in Workers' Compensation
* Work Related Injuries
* Treating Sprains, Strains and all Musculoskeletal Issues
* Sports Related Injury
* Individualized attention
Do you need
Why use a Physical Therapist?
A physical therapist can take care of patients in all phases of healing, from the first initial diagnosis through the restorative and preventive stages of recovery. Physical therapy may be a single option, or it may supplement other treatments. Some patients are referred to a physical therapist by their case manager, adjuster or doctor, but other seek therapy themselves which is direct access. When a patient come to a physical therapist, they can expect to: Undergo a physical exam and evaluation, including a history of their health and certain testing procedures, including evaluation of movement, flexibility, posture, and joint motion, muscle and performance. You will receive a clinical diagnosis, prognosis, plan of care and short and long term goals Receive physical therapy treatment and intervention based on the therapist’s evaluation and diagnosis Receive self-management recommendations Patients often train with a physical therapist in exercises that they can do at home, to help them function more effectively.