You can expect your neurological therapy to include the evaluation and treatment of movement problems caused by disease or injury to the nervous system. Our physical therapists provide neurorehabilitation services to patients of all ages with the goal of improving function and overall ability to participate in personal roles and activities important to you/them? Neurologic physical therapists practice in a variety of settings, including acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centers, outpatient clinics, skilled nursing and long-term care facilities, schools, patients’ homes, and other community locations.
Below are some of the health conditions that are commonly treated by neurological physical therapy and neurological rehabilitation:
- Balance and vestibular disorders
- Pediatric conditions, including cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and genetic disorders
- Cerebrovascular accident
- Central & peripheral nervous system tumors
- Traumatic brain injury
- Parkinson Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
I have been employed by PHOENIX for the past 17 years as a Facility Director. This career path has given me opportunities that I would not have seen with any other employer, to include advancement, continuing education and development of programs. PHOENIX provides an efficient framework for operations, billing and compliance, but yet provides the opportunity to operate a clinic as if it were my own, but provides the stability and compliance that would be impossible if I were a sole proprietor.