PHYSICAL THERAPY HIALEAH – WHY RITECARE?
REASONS TO CHOOSE RITECARE PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR YOUR NON-LIFE-THREATENING MEDICAL NEEDS
Our convenient walk-in location in Hialeah makes physical therapy as accessible as getting a checkup.
Our specialized physical therapy programs are designed to meet your needs for a broad range of acute or chronic illnesses that cause temporary or permanent disability. Our programs combine medical care with rehabilitation services to help re-establish the functional, physical, cognitive and behavioral skills required to live as independently as possible. Physical and occupational therapies are provided on site, as well as physician supervision and nursing care.
RiteCare urgent care center participates with Medicare and other plans. We are a network provider for a number of HMO, PPO, and POS plans, as well as part of several workers’ compensation networks. The rate at which these managed care plans pay for our services depends on the coverage of the individual patient’s health insurance policy. Each center’s Patient Service Specialist will verify insurance coverage information for all of our patients. Once the coverage information is obtained and verified, it is explained to our patients in detail so that each patient knows exactly how much of their treatment will be covered by their insurance carrier and what the co-pay amount for each visit is. Ritecare Physical Therapy also offers a full range of medical needs including Urgent Care Specialist, X-rays, and EKGs.
To contribute to the health and well-being of people in our community by providing excellent, reliable, and prompt medical care that is both convenient and cost-effective. We will always strive to improve our practice by continuously evaluating our processes and identifying new methods that will enable us to further excel in the care of our patients.
Physical Therapy Hialeah – FAQs
1. What types of injuries do our Physical Therapy Programs treat?
Our physical therapy programs treat both chronic and acute conditions, including the following:
- Auto injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Muscle sprains and injuries
- Post operative rehabilitation
- Hip replacement
- Knee replacement
- Shoulder surgery
- Other surgeries
- Shoulder Injuries
- Work Related Injuries
We also treat other conditions not listed above. If you are not sure if physical therapy in Hialeah is an appropriate form of treatment for your specific injury, please Schedule an Appointment so that our trained medical staff can evaluate your condition and prescribe an appropriate course of treatment
2. WHY IS PHYSICAL THERAPY SO IMPORTANT?
There are two main reasons why physical therapy is important. First and foremost, it helps to reduce or eliminate pain, as well as restore muscle and joint function. Secondly, it has a preventative function. PT stops pain from recurring, improves basic body functions (such as balance, vascular condition, and neurological functioning), and helps in recovering from stroke or sports injury. Let our physical therapist in Hialeah assess your condition and prescribe a program that will work best for you.
3. CAN I DO PHYSICAL THERAPY IF I SUFFER FROM VERTIGO?
During your initial evaluation, our physical therapist in Hialeah will screen you for fall risk. If the risk is high, the therapist will set up a plan containing only safe exercises for you. They will also prepare a program to improve coordination and recommend special devices to assist you. Not only you can safely do physical therapy, partaking in it will also help to reduce, or even eliminate, symptoms of vertigo.
4. HOW LONG DOES PHYSICAL THERAPY TAKE?
The length of your physical therapy program will depend on the type of injury and your condition. Some medical problems can be treated within just a few sessions, whereas others require more time. In general, the length of your therapy will be determined by the time your body needs to reach your physical therapy goals. Ask our physical therapist in Hialeah about the possible length of your personalized physical therapy course.
5. HOW MANY DAYS A WEEK DO YOU GO TO PHYSICAL THERAPY?
Typically, a physician recommends physical therapy 2 to 3 times per week. The frequency of appointments varies, though, due to differences in individual diagnoses and the extent of the injury or condition. The course of treatment is decided by you and our trained medical staff during your initial evaluation at our Medical Center in Hialeah.
6. HOW LONG IS ONE SESSION OF PHYSICAL THERAPY?
One session usually lasts from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your condition and the program prescribed. As you progress, your sessions could change in length and frequency. Your physical therapist in Hialeah will determine the length of your individual sessions.
7. WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO PHYSICAL THERAPY?
In order for physical therapy to work, you need to feel comfortable and at ease. Make sure you wear loose-fitting clothing made of natural fabrics to allow room for movement and absorb sweat without irritating your skin. As for footwear, avoid shoes which do not support your feet or spine, like heels, sandals, or dress shoes. Athletic sneakers are ideal.
8. WHERE DOES THE PHYSICAL THERAPY TAKE PLACE?
All of our physical therapy is offered onsite at our Medical Center in Hialeah. View our address, map, and contact information.
9. WHAT TYPES OF INSURANCE DOES YOUR HIALEAH PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM ACCEPT?
We accept most major insurance. See a full list of accepted insurance. Do not worry if you do not have insurance – we have affordable pricing for patients with no insurance.
- Auto Accidents
- Worker’s Compensation
- Neurological Disorders
- Older Adult Patients
- Sports Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Back/Neck Pain