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Physical Therapy 

Regaining Mobility, Restoring Function

Comprehensive medical care tailored to your unique needs, right in the comfort of your home.

What is Physical Therapy?

At Excelin Health, Physical Therapy is not just a service; it's a personalized journey to maximize your physical capabilities and enhance your quality of life. Our licensed physical therapists are dedicated to assisting you in developing a comprehensive plan tailored to your specific needs. This may include a variety of therapeutic techniques such as exercises, massage, and electrical stimulation. Additionally, our therapists are skilled in training patients to use mobility aids like wheelchairs, crutches, and walkers, ensuring you regain independence and mobility.

Gait Training: Steps Toward Mobility

Gait Training is a critical component of physical therapy, especially in a home health setting. This specialized training is designed to help you relearn walking, often necessary after extended periods of immobility due to hospitalization or severe health episodes. Though challenging, Gait Training is a cornerstone of physical rehabilitation, providing you with the skills and strength needed to move confidently and independently again.

Fall Prevention and Therapy: Enhancing Stability and Confidence

At Excelin Health, our physical therapists specialize in fall prevention and therapy to help you maintain your independence and safety. We create personalized exercise plans that improve balance, strength, and coordination. Our therapists work with you to:
Strengthen Muscles: Targeted exercises to build muscle strength, enhancing your stability.
Improve Balance: Techniques and routines designed to improve your balance and reduce the risk of falls.
Enhance Coordination: Activities that improve your coordination, helping you navigate your daily environment safely.
Educate on Safety: Providing tips and strategies to make your home safer and reduce fall hazards.

Comprehensive Care Beyond the Basics

At Excelin Health, we understand that recovery and rehabilitation are about more than just treatment; they're about transforming lives. Learn more about how we are filling the medical gap for underserved areas. Our physical therapists are not only experts in reducing pain and improving mobility but also in adapting treatment plans to your evolving needs. With a focus on compassionate, one-on-one care, we ensure that every session is aimed at improving your overall physical health and well-being.

Why Choose Excelin Health for Physical Therapy?

Choosing Excelin Health for your physical therapy needs means selecting a partner dedicated to your health and recovery. Read about the importance of physical therapists in home health care. Our therapists work closely with you and your healthcare team to develop a therapy program that integrates seamlessly with any ongoing treatment, providing a holistic approach to health care. From the initial assessment to the final stages of your recovery journey, Excelin Health is committed to ensuring you receive the highest quality of care in the comfort of your own home, including minimizing fall risks with simple balancing exercises.
At Excelin Health, we are transforming care and personalizing compassion, one patient at a time. Discover how our physical therapy services can help you regain strength, function, and independence. Join us on your path to recovery and experience the Excelin Health difference.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is home-based physical therapy?

Home-based physical therapy is a service provided in the comfort of your own home. It involves personalized treatments by licensed physical therapists who help improve your mobility, strength, and overall function, particularly after an injury, surgery, or illness that limits your ability to move.

Q: What types of treatments are offered in home-based physical therapy?

A: Treatments can include but are not limited to, gait training, manual therapy, strength and conditioning exercises, mobility aid training, pain management techniques, and post-surgical rehabilitation. Each treatment plan is customized to meet the specific needs of the patient.

Q: Do I need a doctor's referral to receive home-based physical therapy?

A: Yes, a doctor's referral is usually required to start home-based physical therapy. This referral ensures that the therapy provided is tailored to your specific health needs and aligns with your overall medical care plan.

Q: What should I expect during a physical therapy session at home?

A: During a session, the physical therapist will typically perform targeted exercises and treatments that are part of your personalized care plan. They may also assess your living environment and suggest modifications to ensure it supports your rehabilitation and safety.

Q: How do I schedule an appointment for home-based physical therapy with Excelin Health?

A: To schedule an appointment or learn more about our home-based physical therapy services, you can contact Excelin Health directly through our website, or call our customer service line. Our team will guide you through the process and help arrange an initial assessment at your convenience.

Q: Who can benefit from home-based physical therapy?

A: Home-based physical therapy is ideal for individuals who have difficulty leaving the house due to mobility issues, those recovering from surgery or a hospital stay, elderly patients, and anyone who requires rehabilitation services but prefers the convenience of receiving care at home.

Q: How often will the physical therapist visit?

A: The frequency of visits by the physical therapist depends on the individual's specific needs and the recommendations of their healthcare provider. After an initial assessment, the physical therapist will develop a treatment plan that outlines the frequency and duration of home visits.

Q: How is progress measured in home-based physical therapy?

A: Progress is measured through regular assessments and evaluations by the physical therapist. These assessments may involve tracking improvements in mobility, strength, pain levels, and the ability to perform daily activities. The therapist will adjust the treatment plan as needed based on your progress.

Q: Is home-based physical therapy covered by insurance?

A: Home-based physical therapy is often covered by insurance, including Medicare, but coverage can vary depending on your specific plan and provider. It's advisable to check with your insurance company to understand your benefits and any out-of-pocket costs.

Q: Can family members or caregivers be involved in the therapy sessions?

A: Absolutely. In fact, involving family members or caregivers is encouraged as they can help reinforce exercises and techniques demonstrated by the therapist, aiding in quicker recovery.