Returning to work following an injury can be difficult. Industrial rehabilitation services, or return-to-work services, provide patients with therapy designed to make their transition back to work as smooth and safe as possible. While the majority of people benefiting from return-to-work services are those recovering from work-related injuries, these services can also benefit people recovering from orthopaedic surgery and those suffering from recurrent injuries and repetitive trauma.
At TuDor we believe that helping workers perform their job duties to their fullest capacity enables them to live productive and satisfying lives. That is why we offer comprehensive therapy services for work related/Workman’s Compensation injuries that assist employees to perform their duties to the best of their abilities.
Using the Matheson based system for functional capacity evaluation (www.roymatheson.com) , we use work conditioning and work hardening programs that contribute to long-term success in employee rehabilitation.
We also provide services to employers that include pre-employment screenings, ensuring that potential employees are physically capable of performing the tasks that will be required of them on the job.
Sports Rehabilitation is the restoration of optimal form and function for an athlete. Sports Rehabilitation concentrates on treating the athlete through each phase of recovery:
Our services focus not only on the recovery process, but also on the prevention of future injuries. State-of-the-art equipment, highly trained professionals and proven recovery protocols all contribute to efficiently maximizing the athlete’s return to their sport or activity.
TuDor offers extensive therapy services for all types of sports injuries. Whether you are a casual participant in sports activities or a competitive athlete, we can assist in getting you back in action
We specialize in rehabilitation for:
Knees: ACL and MCL tears, meniscus cartilage injuries, strains and sprains, hamstring pulls, patellar bursitis, popliteal muscle belly lesion
Shoulders: Rotator cuff injuries, strains and sprains of shoulder muscles and ligaments, bicipital tears and bicipital tendonitis
Hips: Groin pulls, hamstring pulls, psoas bursitis, gluteal bursitis, ischial bursitis, tight iliotibial band
Ankle/Foot: Plantar Fascitis, rupture of gastrocnemius muscle (tennis leg), Achilles tendonitis, tenosynovitis of toe/foot extensors, myosynovitis of tibialis anterior or posterior (shin splints), ankle sprain, arthritis
Part of proper physical therapy services is teaching techniques that will prevent injuries from occurring in the first place. That is why we now offer sports clinics that educate athletes in proper exercises and stretching techniques.