Choice Therapy remains committed to our patients, employees, and our communities during this uncertain time. The Department of Homeland Security has deemed Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists as ESSENTIAL health care workers allowing us to remain open. We will continue to provide service for healthy patients in an environment away from individuals showing signs of this illness. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines regarding sanitation, hygiene, and social distancing. We also realize that some people may prefer to stay home. We are offering home therapy visits and also a new treatment method called telehealth, where we provide instruction over a phone or computer right inside your home. Having therapy to address your pain and function can help keep you OUT of the hospital and the ER, allowing their staff to focus on patients that are seriously ill. Please, call our clinics directly with any questions you may have or call 1-800-395-2810. Updates on COVID-19 can be found at the CDC website.
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Category: Physical Therapy

Jul5th 2020

Say goodbye to those morning aches and pains. 3 Things to do to wake up feeling better.

There comes a time when you wake up and no longer bounce out of bed. Whether you are dealing with an old injury, a new issue, chronic aches and pains, or joint stiffness, the simple act of getting out of bed in the morning can leave you wishing you could fall back into the pillows

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Jun20th 2020

Quick Tips to Stay Active As You Age for a Healthier You.

Isaac Newton had it right when he discovered the Law of Inertia. In short, a body at rest remains at rest and a body in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an external force. The same law of physics applies to our bodies as we age. If we already have a habit of

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Jun10th 2020

Non-opioid treatment for chronic pain: Why you need physical or occupational therapy.

If you’re dealing with the misery of chronic pain, you may feel like taking opioid medication is the only way to feel like a functional person. But, there’s actually a better way: physical and occupational therapy can relieve your pain and help you recover without relying on opioid medications. The Problems of Opioid Medications To

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