Long Distance Therapy Option via Skype

The physical therapy staff at Rebound successfully treats various overuse-type injuries via Skype. Therapists are able to evaluate deficits in range of motion, strength, and balance/stability, which in many cases are the underlying root cause of persistent pain. Based on evaluation findings, corrective exercises are given and pictures/instructions are e-mailed to the patient. Typically the patient performs the home exercise routine for one week and then follow-up Skype sessions are scheduled to progress the corrective exercise program.

Why utilize Skype treatment with Rebound when therapy may be available locally where you live?

Most patients who choose treatment via Skype have already tried physical therapy or other options such as massage therapy, Rolfing, acupuncture, or chiropractic without lasting results. Patients who have gone through the Skype evaluation process at Rebound comment that no one else has been able to uncover their biomechanical imbalances and root causes for their pain, until their treatment with Rebound staff.

What types of injuries are most successfully treated via Skype?

Although almost any injury can be treated through Skype sessions, the most common are overuse injuries such as tendinitis, chronic muscle strains, and back/neck pain. Common diagnoses include: knee pain, IT band syndrome, Achilles tendinitis, hamstring strains, hip pain, shoulder tendinitis, and bulging disks in the neck and back.

Who is an ideal candidate for Skype treatment with Rebound?

Many patients who opt for treatment via Skype are athletes who have not been able to return to their normal training; runners, triathletes, cyclists, and swimmers are some of our past patients. These people are often told by their local doctors or therapists they simply need to “rest” from their sport and that will take care of the problem. As mentioned above, these patients often sought treatment locally but did not have improvement. Also, many of these patients were advised to simply “stretch what is tight” which fails to address the underlying biomechanical problems.

How do I set up a Skype evaluation?

Simply call Rebound Sports & Physical Therapy at 970.663.6142 and request a Skype evaluation. Our staff will take specific information about your injury and have you fill out a brief questionnaire so that we can obtain more specific details about your pain and history.

What is the cost for Skype treatment?

This Skype treatment is a Cash Pay service where you will be charged $150 for the evaluation and initial treatment session. Each following session is billed at $70/session. Cash Pay services are charged via credit card at the time of service.Rich Text AreaToolbarBold (Ctrl / Alt + Shift + B)Italic (Ctrl / Alt + Shift + I)Strikethrough (Alt + Shift + D)Unordered list (Alt + Shift + U)Ordered list (Alt + Shift + O)Blockquote (Alt + Shift + Q)Align Left (Alt + Shift + L)Align Center (Alt + Shift + C)Align Right (Alt + Shift + R)Insert/edit link (Alt + Shift + A)Unlink (Alt + Shift + S)Insert More Tag (Alt + Shift + T)Toggle spellchecker (Alt + Shift + N)?
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Long Distance Therapy Option via Skype
The physical therapy staff at Rebound successfully treats various overuse-type injuries via Skype. Therapists are able to evaluate deficits in range of motion, strength, and balance/stability, which in many cases are the underlying root cause of persistent pain. Based on evaluation findings, corrective exercises are given and pictures/instructions are e-mailed to the patient. Typically the patient performs the home exercise routine for one week and then follow-up Skype sessions are scheduled to progress the corrective exercise program.
Why utilize Skype treatment with Rebound when therapy may be available locally where you live?
Most patients who choose treatment via Skype have already tried physical therapy or other options such as massage therapy, Rolfing, acupuncture, or chiropractic without lasting results. Patients who have gone through the Skype evaluation process at Rebound comment that no one else has been able to uncover their biomechanical imbalances and root causes for their pain, until their treatment with Rebound staff.
What types of injuries are most successfully treated via Skype?
Although almost any injury can be treated through Skype sessions, the most common are overuse injuries such as tendinitis, chronic muscle strains, and back/neck pain. Common diagnoses include: knee pain, IT band syndrome, Achilles tendinitis, hamstring strains, hip pain, shoulder tendinitis, and bulging disks in the neck and back.
Who is an ideal candidate for Skype treatment with Rebound?
Many patients who opt for treatment via Skype are athletes who have not been able to return to their normal training; runners, triathletes, cyclists, and swimmers are some of our past patients. These people are often told by their local doctors or therapists they simply need to “rest” from their sport and that will take care of the problem. As mentioned above, these patients often sought treatment locally but did not have improvement. Also, many of these patients were advised to simply “stretch what is tight” which fails to address the underlying biomechanical problems.
How do I set up a Skype evaluation?
Simply call Rebound Sports & Physical Therapy at 970.663.6142 and request a Skype evaluation. Our staff will take specific information about your injury and have you fill out a brief questionnaire so that we can obtain more specific details about your pain and history.
What is the cost for Skype treatment?
This Skype treatment is a Cash Pay service where you will be charged $150 for the evaluation and initial treatment session. Each following session is billed at $70/session. Cash Pay services are charged via credit card at the time of service.
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