Patient’s First Visit
When you arrive for your initial visit at Olympic Sports & Spine Rehabilitation, our Patient Services Representatives will ask you to provide the following information:
- Written physician referral or prescription
- Insurance card(s) with your ID and group number
- Patient’s social security number
- Your birth date and that of the insurance subscriber’s, (if not yourself)
- Register yourself through our Patient Portal or download our Patient Registration Packet and bring with you on your first appointment.
- Co-Pay payment (if applicable)
During your course of therapy, it is important that you keep us informed of any changes you may have such as a change in insurance, a change of address, or physician, etc. so we may continue to provide you with excellent care, service and accurate billing.
What should I wear?
All examinations are private. Please wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that is appropriate for exercise. We may need to ask you to change into a patient gown for your evaluation and treatment, but if you would be more comfortable wearing your own attire please bring your own shorts and tee shirt.
How long is each visit?
The initial evaluation, will take approximately one hour. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your first appointment to complete Patient Registration Information. Each follow-up visit will take approximately 45 minutes depending on your treatment plan. The frequency and duration of your treatment program will be in part determined by your physician and therapist’s recommendations but will also be based on your goals and availability.
What should I expect during my initial visit?
During your initial evaluation, a physical or occupational therapist will review your medical history with you and will then complete a thorough therapy evaluation. Together, you and your therapist will develop a treatment plan which meets your needs.
To schedule your appointment call one of our clinics today.
They Treat Back Injuries!! 😀 😀
Treatment for Back Pain and Neck Pain
We can help your back pain and neck pain
Research indicates that at least 70% of people in developed countries will experience low back or neck pain at some point in their lives.
Back pain is a common complaint. Most people in the United States will experience low back pain at least once during their lives.
What are the signs/symptoms of back and neck problems?
- Recurring pain or pain that does not go away
- Stiffness or swelling of a joint
- Back or neck pain which limits your activity
- Numbness or tingling
- Difficulty sitting or standing
- Loss of motion and flexibility
- Decreased balance and falls
- Difficulty walking or climbing stairs
- Decreased endurance and muscular weakness
What are the underlying causes of back and neck pain?
Injuries, disease, bad habits and repetitive stress can lead to low back pain and neck pain
How are back pain and neck pain treated at Olympic Sports & Spine Rehabilitation?
Our physical therapists will assess your mobility and help you to restore normal motion. Your muscle strength, coordination and balance will also be examined. Our well trained therapists will assess and treat the underlying cause of your musculoskeletal and neuromuscular problems. We are experts in restoring optimum function so that you can return to the activities you enjoy!
At Olympic Sports & Spine Rehabilitation you will be thoroughly evaluated. You and your therapist will design a treatment plan which meets your specific needs. Treatment may include: therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, body mechanics training, and modalities as needed (ultrasound, electrical stimulation, cold laser, etc). A home exercise program will be developed for you to assist you in achieving your goals.
What are the goals of back pain and neck pain treatment?
Our goals are to assist you in decreasing your pain and in regaining normal mobility, strength and function. We want to quickly and safely help you correct the following problems:
- Muscle imbalances (tight or weak)
- Hypermobility/instability (increased motion)
- Hypomobility (loss of motion)
- Decreased mobility of muscle, tissue or fascia (connective tissue)
- Inhibited muscles
- Postural issues (“bad habits”)
This service is offered at:
Manual therapy can help your pain. Please visit our page on MANUAL THERAPY