FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a screening tool designed to identify movement patterns that are indicative of increased injury risk as well as inefficient movement, which causes reduced performance.
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Y BALANCE TEST
The Y Balance Test™ (YBT) is a simple, yet reliable, test used to measure dynamic balance. The YBT requires the athlete to balance on one leg while simultaneously reaching as far as possible with the other leg in three separate directions: anterior, posterolateral, and posteromedial. This test measures the athlete’s strength, stability, and balance in various directions.
Functional Capacity Screen
The Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS) measures the following: power, speed, elasticity, and postural control. These are the four elements an athlete draws upon in sports performance. By evaluating these, we can get a clearer idea of how to program for sport-specific success.
Work Injury and Worker's Compensation
At Impact Rehab & Wellness we understand that the injured worker’s rehabilitation process is unique. We treat work-related injuries and provide both industrial consulting and injury prevention services for our corporate and industrial clients (see population health). Our specially trained therapists deliver care with a positive approach and focus on goal-oriented treatment programs, designed to return the injured worker back to work efficiently and safely. We customize care to the specific needs of the injured worker and their employer and understand the importance of the relationship between the physicians, insurance companies, nurse case managers and employers.
Our overall goal in each Work Comp case is to progress the patient to Return To Work status or reach Maximum Medical Improvement Our team communicates directly with case managers, adjusters and physicians to help ensure:
- Ease of Scheduling - 24 to 48 hours for initial evaluations
- Ease of obtaining reports – also, in a timely manner
- Objective progress, recommendations, and discharges
- Reporting of “No Shows” and cancellations on the same day of occurrence.
Our Workers' Compensation services include both in-clinic and on-site services.
In-clinic services include: physical and occupational therapy for the injured worker and work conditioning.