What to expect from your physical therapists in Franklin, WI
When you’re in pain or need help recovering from an injury, you deserve nothing less than the best from the physical therapy clinic you go to for treatment. However, not all clinics are the same, and at some, you may receive better treatment than at others. Some of what makes a service great is subjective to a patient’s preferences, but there are some objective facts that factor into the reliability of a physical therapy clinic.
We want you to be as informed as possible before making a decision on where to find treatment. Take a look below to learn about what we believe sets a higher standard at Franklin Rehabilitation, and why you may want to visit us when you need help recovering from your aches and pains.
All licensed physical therapists are required to attend 30 hours of continuing education every two years to remain eligible for continued practice. Our physical therapists at Franklin Rehabilitation participate in continuing education programs every month. This extra training increases our therapists’ time dedicated to continuing education to 80 hours or more every two years. This dedication means that Franklin Rehabilitation physical therapists have advanced education in specialized treatments such as:
- Sports medicine
- Rehabilitation for neck and back injuries
- Trigger point release
Our physical therapists average 10 years of experience in the industry. It is this dedication that allows us to be confident in assessing and treating patients in a specialized and personal way.
Franklin Rehabilitation believes in the concept of evidence-based techniques to maximize patient treatment and recovery. As active participants in the American Physical Therapy Association’s Hooked-on-Evidence Program, we incorporate new research as soon as it becomes available and use only practices that are deemed as trustworthy and effective by a vast field of health care professionals.
We don’t do cookie-cutter treatments at Franklin Rehabilitation. Each treatment routine is carefully crafted to suit the needs of the individual patient. Besides your condition or injury, factors like age, weight, medical history and fitness levels play a role in how your physical therapist develops treatments for you.
Speaking of physical therapists, at Franklin, you always work with the same physical therapist who is dedicated to you as their patient. Some exceptions may be necessary, such as an illness or emergency, but otherwise, you can expect to work with the same therapist for each session.