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Most of the patients treated at the clinic have returned levels of normalcy, secured or continued employment, and now carry on a productive life resuming healthy daily activity.
Physical Therapy can help improve your dizziness, balance, and mobility skills and help decrease your risk of falling.
At the Community Rehabilitation Clinic we aim to educate our patients on how pain works and how you can change the way it affects you.
Electromyography (EMG) at the CRC assesses the health of muscles and the nerve cells that control them (motor neurons) for patients and reveals nerve dysfunction, muscle dysfunction or problems with nerveto-muscle signal transmission.
The MS program specifically focuses on providing high quality neuro and physical therapy services to individuals in Utah and nearby counties who struggle to find individualized MS-specific physical therapy rehabilitation.
Neurological physical therapy is a specialized branch of physical therapy focused on evaluating and treating individuals with disorders affecting the central nervous system.
Orthopedic physical therapy concentrates on improving the function of patients’ movement system including bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and nerves.
Pediatric Physical Therapy aims to improve the lives and daily function of children from birth to eighteen years old.
Everyone has pelvic floor muscles. When working correctly, they help support the pelvic organs, control your bladder and bowels, and allow sexual appreciation. When they are not working as they should be, this is called pelvic floor dysfunction.
Common ailments during pregnancy and postpartum periods can be addressed and alleviated through physical therapy.
The COVID-19 Rehabilitation Program at the CRC provides services to individuals with a past diagnosis of COVID-19.
Post-Surgical physical therapy focuses on controlling inflammation and swelling and improving range of motion, mobility, balance, endurance, strength, and power after having surgery.