Physical Therapy & Wellness Center Services

At SCORE, LLC, we firmly believe that our patients shouldn’t have to endure pain and discomfort, no matter how acute or severe. Whether you’re suffering aches from a sports-related injury or you are experiencing tenderness following a recent operation, you can feel confident knowing that our staff is here to assist you in the recovery process.Make us your preferred practice for any of the following services:

Pre- and Post-operative Rehabilitation
Treatment of all Orthopedic/Musculoskeletal Injuries
Work Conditioning
Acute and Chronic Pain Management
Massage Therapy
Myofascial Release (MFR)
Sports Physical Therapy/Rehabilitation of Athletes
Athletic Trainer on staff and School Coverage
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Custom Splinting
Comprehensive Exercise Programs
Full-service Gym, Strengthening and Cardio Equipment

Myofascial Release

Myofascial release is a form of soft tissue therapy that focuses on stretching the fascia, which is the soft tissue component of the connective tissue that protects and supports muscles throughout the body.

This is accomplished by hands-on, manual stretching performed by a physical therapist or massage therapist. Some of the benefits of myofascial release include relaxing contracted muscles, increasing circulation and lymphatic drainage, and stimulating the stretch relax of muscles and overlying fascia.

Our Functional Capacity Evaluation

Our Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is an intense one-day evaluation that focuses on the individual’s maximum physical abilities.This is accomplished by utilizing a variety of objective tests in conjunction with the therapist’s observation and interpretive skills. The individual is referred to us for the FCE, and our staff provides the testing. These clinicians have specific training and experience in biomechanics, ergonomics and task analysis. Physical abilities related to musculoskeletal strength, endurance, speed and flexibility can be determined. The types of tests used will vary with objective of evaluation and referral question.

An FCE is appropriate when:
Client is nearing the end of therapy
There is a question as to whether client can return to a previous job
There is a request to determine any work restrictions
The injured worker’s abilities are questionable
Client is not a therapy candidate, is returning to work, but needs restrictions
To determine the need for further treatment programs
Pain behaviors are believed to be questionable

Work conditioning

Work conditioning is an individualized, work-oriented program designed to restore a client’s strength, endurance, movement and flexibility. The objective of the work-conditioning program is to restore the client’s function to enable a safe return to work. Work conditioning provides a transition between acute care and return to work while addressing motivation, safety and physical tolerances as well as worker behaviors.

Reasons for a Work Conditioning Referral:
Client has “maxed out” in traditional therapy services, but is not ready to return to work
To determine a client’s readiness to return to work
Is cost-effective for appropriate referrals
Client takes an active role in his worker rehab process
Assists the client in making a cognitive shift in their thinking and behavior so they can make the transition from “patient” to “worker”
To ensure a safe return to work

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