Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy in Boone and Linville
Telehealth is now available. You may be able to visit with your healthcare provider from the safety of your own home! Call (828) 268-9043 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. You can call us directly to schedule an appointment. Most insurance carriers do not require a physician referral!
Patients are provided with customized, therapeutic interventions to meet their individual needs. The unique locations allow patients access to strength and conditioning equipment and pool at The Williams YMCA of Avery County and the Paul Broyhill Wellness Center in Boone, providing a continuum of care from acute care to wellness programming. Some Outpatient Rehab Services require a physician’s referral for insurance coverage. Please contact the Rehabilitation Center for more information about referrals.
Employers: We are a WorkSTEPS Licensed Provider
The Rehabilitation Center therapists are trained and licensed to administer WorkSTEPS functional employment testing for your employees. We offer these services at our Boone location.
- pre-employment post-offer testing
- post-employment fit-for-duty testing
- return-to-work fit-for-duty
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Lymphedema Management
- General Medical Rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain / Disease Management
- Aquatic Rehab
- Pelvic Pain & Dysfunction
WorkSTEPS Functional Employment Testing
- Post Offer/Pre-employment Testing
- Fit for Duty Testing (Post Employment)
- Job Specific Task Analysis
- Ergonomic Assessment
- Educational Programs for Businesses
- Balance and Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Bioness –functional electrical stimulation for upper and lower extremity
- Concussion Management
- Dry Needling
- Fall Prevention
- NeuroCom Assessments
- LSVT BIG® program for Parkinson’s
- Orthotic and Prosthetic assessment
- Running Assessments
- Wheelchair/Seating Assessments
I recently went to the Rehabilitation Center to recover from a knee surgery, and my entire experience was great. The entire staff was friendly and helpful, and my physical therapist Erin Wonder was amazing. She made my experience with therapy very enjoyable, as she was very encouraging throughout the entire process. I definitely recommend this center for anyone needing physical therapy!
I’ve used the rehab center for two different issues: recovery from hand surgery and a long spell of dizziness. In both cases the therapists were first-rate, knowledgeable, caring and patient. And in both cases after several sessions, the issues were either resolved or greatly improved. The entire staff, from the check-in folks to the therapists, were kind and available. The equipment was up to date and well-maintained, and though the facility might be a little cramped (though that will be remedied soon), there it was always clean and orderly. My highest recommendation.
Just finished rehab here on a total knee replacement. Can’t say enough good things about the staff and facilities….first class from beginning to end. My therapist Alex Fox was highly skilled, an excellent communicator, and obviously likes his job. A joy to work with.
Occupational therapy is a science-driven healthcare profession that examines the person, the environment, and the tasks the person desires to perform. The goal is to restore the person’s function or adapt the task or environment for optimal performance. Read More: What is Occupational Therapy?
Although sitting on the comfy couch in your pajamas might sound like a more comfortable way to work, you are at risk for musculoskeletal strain or pain from awkward sitting postures. Here are some tips for setting up a home office and preventing pain and injuries. Read More: 4 steps to a pain-free home office
A balance disorder is a condition that makes you feel unsteady as if you are moving or spinning even though you are standing still or lying down. Studies indicate that “dizziness” is among the three most common complaints encountered in the primary care setting. Read More: Balance Disorders: Common Causes and Treatments
Dry needling doesn’t sound like a fun day at the park but intramuscular stimulation, as it is sometimes called, is a treatment used to target and restore muscle function while reducing muscle pain. Read More: Dry needling therapy to increase muscle function and reduce pain
The Rehabilitation Center is dedicated to practicing Physical and Occupational Therapy within an evidence-based, clinical practice paradigm. Read More: All Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
If you would like to speak to someone about our services, please let us know!
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