Outpatient Rehabilitation in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania
FCMC OUTPATIENT - REHABILITATION SERVICES
APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE: Monday through Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The outpatient therapy program at FCMC is specifically designed and staffed to accommodate your needs for physical, occupational and speech therapy. Our dedicated and specialized staff is available to address your individual rehab needs.
We are proud to offer quality driven service to enhance your daily performance. Our clinicians are highly skilled and extremely motivated to make this a great experience for you.
Physical Therapy Specializations at FCMC
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Heidi Johnston, DPT and Amanda Snider, DPT
Sportsmetrics™ is the first ACL injury prevention program scientifically proven to help young athletes avoid non-contact ACL injuries and improve performance. A team of athletic trainers, physical therapists and researchers, under the direction of world-renown orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Frank Noyes, manages and certifies the Sportsmetrics™ programs. The Sportsmetrics™ program employs a number of drills to encourage proper form for jumping and landing during athletic participation. Jumping drills are used to teach the athlete to preposition the entire body safely when accelerating (jumping) or decelerating (landing). The selection and progression of these exercises are designed for neuromuscular retraining proceeding from simple jumping drills (to instill correct form) to multi-directional, single-foot hops and plyometrics with an emphasis on quick turnover. The Sportsmetrics program can be integrated into the post-injury return to play process.
For more information regarding Sportsmetrics visit their website: http://sportsmetrics.org/about/coach-and-ad/
The outpatient occupational therapy department is dedicated to the prevention and supported healing of upper extremity injuries, diminished performance in daily routines and is skilled in splint fabrication and education. The OT department skillfully identifies area of deficit and provide a detailed plan to improve your function, decrease pain and enhance your overall quality of life. The occupational therapy department also provides modification recommendations and adaptive strategy training to those with permanent limitations to allow them to maintain the function and independence that they desire.
Your Success is our #1 Goal
- Carpal Tunnel Prevention
- Nerve Injury
- Tendon/Ligament Injury
- Fracture Caere
- Rehab Arm/Hand Injuries
- Work Injuries
Occupational Therapy Specializations at FCMC
Kenton Sitch, MOT
A Saebo certified occupational therapist can use the Saebo orthotic as part of the dynamic therapy plan to improve overall functional hand use after a stroke. This customized orthotic is designed to enhance the therapy program and is able to be used by the patient once the conventional therapy program is complete. The device can also be used on patients who have suffered stroke with loss of hand use in the past, when they meet specific criteria. Call today and ask Kenton if Saebo is right for you.
For more information on Saebo technology visit their website:http://www.saebo.com/testimonials/
Speech Therapy Voice Rehab Swallow Communication skills Memory Cognitive Retraining Alternative communication
Speech Therapy Specializations at FCMC:
Modified Barium Swallow Study
MBS studies are available as on outpatient speech therapy participant when ordered by your physician. The purpose of the study is to identify the cause of difficulty or impairments with swallowing. Your study at FCMC will be completed in the radiology department, with the radiologist and Speech and Language Pathologist present. Once the assessment is complete, the therapist will use that information in developing your continued treatment plan.
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (Vital Stim)
Erin Clark, MS, CCC-SLP
This treatment intervention is utilized for patients who have trouble swallowing (dysphagia). It uses small electrical currents to stimulate the muscles responsible for swallowing, while speech-language pathologists help patients re-educate their muscles through rehabilitation therapy. This service is available to those who clinically quality while participating in outpatient Speech Therapy services.