Evaluation and treatment diagnoses include but are not limited to the following list:
- Neck pain with or without pain into the arm(s) and hand(s)
- Shoulder pain
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis / Tear
- Acromioclavicular Joint Osteoarthritis
- Adhesive Capsulitis
- Post-Operative to include: Sub-Acromial Decompression, Bankart Repair, Rotator Cuff Repair, Labral Repair
- Back Pain with our without pain into the leg(s) and foot(feet)
- Hip Pain
- Greater Trochanteric Bursitis
- Post-Operative to include: Total Hip Replacement & Core Decompression
- Knee Pain
- Patellofemoral Syndrome
- Chondromalacia Patellae
- Meniscal Tear
- Patellar Dislocation
- Post-Operative to include: Total Knee Replacement, Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Patellar Tendon Repair, Meniscal Repair / Menisectomy
- Ankle / Foot Pain
- Ankle Sprain
- Post-Operative to include: Ankle fracture repair &Ligament Repair
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Post-Operative to include: Bunionectomy Brostrom repair
The following is a list of the equipment that we carry on a regular basis:
- Axillary Crutches (under the arm) and training on how to properly use
- Simple Knee Sleeves Neoprene with or without the hole cut out for the kneecap and patellar tendonitis sleeves.
- Simple Ankle Sleeves Neoprene with adjustable strap for first time ankle sprain patients.
- Sturdy Ankle Brace Lace up with lateral support for the chronic ankle sprain patient
Running Skills Classes
We have several clinicians well versed in training the POSE method of running, and we would be happy to coordinate a running skills class for your unit which will help with running times, efficiency, and reduce risk of injury.
The course consists of 1 class per week x 4 weeks. Each class lasts about 45-60 mins depending on size.
We collect data on 2 mi time pre and post. We can do classes of up to 40 individuals at a time.
We ask the unit to ensure attendance, as attending 1 session of the 4 will not provide beneficial results and each class builds on the previous. Additionally, sending providers out of the clinic impacts patient care, and while we are more than willing to make these adjustments, it is important we are not sending providers if the class is not consistent with attendance.
Let us know what you are looking for as the following:
- Class size
- Dates/ time frame (we need at least 4 weeks lead time)
- If 4 classes is too long, we can modify. All weeks to do not have to be back-to-back, there can be a week between if need be
The POSE Method focuses heavily on non-rearfoot strike (NRFS), which taxes different muscle groups compared to rear-foot strike (RFS) or heel-strike. Specifically, there’s an initial increased demand on the intrinsic muscles of the foot and the calf muscles until the body adapts.
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