Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

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Locations in Truckee, Tahoe City and Incline Village

Tahoe Forest Physical Therapy in TruckeeTahoe Forest Therapy Services - Truckee
Located in the Tahoe Forest Center for Health
10710 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, CA
Phone (530) 587-1062
Fax (530) 587-8977
Mon-Sat, 7:30 am - 6 pm 
 
 
 
 
Tahoe Forest Physical Therapy in Tahoe CityTahoe Forest Therapy Services - Tahoe City
905 North Lake Blvd., Suite 201, Tahoe City, CA
Phone (530) 582-6232
Fax (530) 582-6427
Mon-Fri, 8 am - 6pm 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IVCH Physical Therapy In Incline VillageIncline Village Community Hospital Physical Therapy and Medical Fitness (IVCH PT)
333 Village Blvd, Suite 201, Incline Village, NV
On the corner of Village Blvd and Alder Ave
Phone (775) 831-1964
Fax (775) 831-1997
Mon-Fri, 7:45 am - 6 pm 

 

 

 

Rehabilitation Staff

Our staff members are experts at analyzing movement and function to treat you effectively and efficiently. Our highly skilled and experienced physical, occupational and speech therapists can help relieve symptoms, improve your health and physical abilities, and return you to your healthy lifestyle. We offer a hands-on approach in developing an individualized treatment plan that will get you back to your favorite sport, back on the job, or return quickly to an independent life.

How Does One Start In Therapy?

Patients most of the time seek a Physical Therapist, Occupational or Speech Therapist as a result of a physician order. The therapeutic benefits can be tremendously successful in improving a patient's health and physical abilities. 

Physical Therapy

Maintaining an active, independent lifestyle is a vital part of living in or visiting the Truckee and North Lake Tahoe area. We treat a variety of patients including community members, professional and recreational athletes, post-surgical patients, seniors, adults, and children. We help all ages and abilities reach their goals and maintain an active and independent lifestyle. Learn more about Physical Therapy at Tahoe Forest Therapy Services.

Hand Therapy

The staff of Occupational Therapists at Tahoe Forest Therapy Services available to evaluate and treat upper extremity injuries. Learn more about Hand Therapy at Tahoe Forest Therapy Services.

Occupational Therapy

The Occupational Therapy team at Tahoe Forest Therapy Services have a holistic perspective, in which the focus is on adapting the environment to fit the person, and the person is an integral part of the therapy team. Learn more about Occupational Therapy at Tahoe Forest Therapy Services.

Inpatient Physical Therapy

Our inpatient department serves patients at Tahoe Forest Hospital. They provide services during the inpatient stay for individuals that have been hospitalized and require skilled therapeutic services. Patients treated by our therapists range from postoperative patients who have received total joint replacements, patients with traumatic injuries, to patients hospitalized following illness. They also provide skilled inpatient rehabilitation services in our Skilled Nursing Facility for patients who require a longer rehab stay prior to being able to discharge home safely, as well as skilled therapy services for residents of the Tahoe Forest Long Term Care Center. Meet our Inpatient Therapy Staff.

Wound Care Services

Our Wound Care Specialists are physical therapists who can evaluate and treat a wide variety of wounds, ranging from chronic non-healing wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical dehiscence, to infected wounds that require sharp debridement. Each wound is handled with utmost care to best optimize healing. A course of wound care requires a physician referral and may entail coming to the clinic for treatment 2-3 times a week for several weeks to allow the wound to heal. Our services include sharp debridement, enzymatic debridement, therapeutic compression wrapping, wound vac changes, total contact casting, and skilled dressing changes. Meet our Wound Care Staff.

Course of Treatment

Rehabilitation integrates education and a multitude of manual therapies, neuromuscular re-education, movement preparation, and pain management.

Evaluation The goal of an evaluation is to determine your current medical condition and develop a treatment plan based upon your personal goals.

Treatment Your treatment plan may sometimes require multiple visits over a period of time. In other instances, one initial visit with one follow-up is all that may be required.

Education A key component of therapy is education. The background and training of a therapist is focused on getting you better and giving you the tools to improve and maintain your health.

Home Exercise Programs These programs are designed to give you exercises or stretches to take what is done in the clinic and extend it to the home.

Your Involvement You are an integral part of the process. Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies do not happen without your involvement. Think of this as a partnership in your health.

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