Excel Physical Therapy

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What Excel Physical Therapy Offers

Owned and run by licensed physical therapists, Excel Physical Therapy has been providing expert therapy services since its operations began in 1988 in Omaha, Nebraska. Excel Physical Therapy has nine centers in addition to its headquarters in the Omaha Metro Area, four centers in other areas of Nebraska and two centers in Iowa.

Physical Therapy is the treatment of injuries or disabilities with the use of physical activities such as exercise and massage combined with mechanical methods of therapy such as application of heat, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and water. Physical Therapy aims to restore the normal function of the body following injury.

A qualified therapist should perform Physical Therapy. A physical therapist is qualified if he or she has completed a bachelor's degree, master's degree, or doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited institution and has passed the National Physical Therapy Board Examination.

All physical therapists at Excel Physical Therapy have all necessary qualifications allowing them to create and perform therapy programs for each individual need of the patients.

Through its expert physical therapists, Excel Physical Therapy is able to provide the best therapy treatment and care for various conditions including sprains or strains, muscular headaches, neck pain, whiplash, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, back pain, arthritis, tendonitis, and sports injuries.

Excel Physical Therapy also provides physical therapy services to pregnant women and people who need therapy before and after surgery. Excel Physical Therapy can help patients who are recovering from burns and stroke or who are afflicted with multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.

In addition to its patient services, Excel Physical Therapy also offers a program for employers designed to help injured employees return to work at the soonest time possible, which lessens costs in worker's compensation and turnover rate in the workplace. The Employer Services Program seeks to enhance a worker's productivity.

The Employer Services Program includes preventive measures such as physical exams prior to placement to determine the best people to do the job in terms of physical capability. The program also provides education on how to prevent injuries, self-responsibility, managing stress and etcetera. The program also evaluates the capacity of a worker to do a job after an injury and recommend if rehabilitation is necessary. Injured workers receive intensive therapy programs focused on fast recovery and return to work.

If you have any condition that requires physical therapy, get your physician's recommendation and then visit Excel Physical Therapy at any of its 14 centers to schedule for an appointment.

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