ApexNetwork Physical Therapy Opened in Vandalia, IL Partnering with Greenville Regional Hospital
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy has done it again! This time our doors have opened in Vandalia, IL. The clinic is located at 1611 Veterans Avenue, suite C.
The Vandalia clinic is a full service therapy provider and will offer physical therapy, sports rehab, hand therapy, industrial rehab, graston technique & speech therapy.
If you are a patient, employer, physician, case manager or insurance company, ApexNetwork invites you to stop by for a visit. For more information or to schedule an appointment in Vandalia, please call 618-283-9040.
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ApexNetwork Physical Therapy in Oakville, MO Celebrates First Year Anniversary
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy is celebrating the first anniversary of its location on Telegraph Road in Oakville, Missouri. The facility provides physical therapy and industrial rehabilitation.
Therapy services are provided by Taylor Lumsden, MPT, a graduate of Saint Louis University with more than 13 years of experience and by Physical Therapist Assistant Katie Ramirez. Technician Jordan Anderson and office manager Amy Usry provide support services.
Belleville West Clinic Manager Attending 2014 Orthopaedic Section Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association
Nichole Friederich, DPT, ATC and Belleville West Clinic Manager will be attending the 2014 Annual Orthopaedic Section Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in St. Louis, MO on May 15-17, 2014. This three day meeting, taught my experts in the field and leaders in clinical research, will focus on the latest strategies in treating injuries and impairments of the upper quarter including neck, shoulder, elbow, hand, and jaw as well as cervicogenic headaches.
President of ApexNetwork Physical Therapy attends the 2nd Annual ARF Leaders & Legends Event
Brad Pfitzner, President and CEO of ApexNetwork Physical Therapy attended the Tony La Russa 2nd Annual Animal Rescue Foundation Leaders & Legends event in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 21-24th. Some of the event speakers included: Tony La Russa, Howard Schultz, Dick Butkus, Brian Bosworth, Julie Foudy, Bob Knight, George Lopez, Ronnie Lott, Albert Pujols, Joe Torre and many more.
Golf Cottage Donation to All Saints Academy Fundraiser
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy has donated the ApexNetwork Golf Cottage at the All Saints Academy Fundraiser, in Breese, IL which raised $600. Proceeds made through the benefit helped provide the school with the improvements necessary to help maintain high quality educational care.
If you would like to visit our ApexNetwork Physical Therapy clinic in Breese, IL please call (618) 526-7801
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy
538 Mason Drive - Breese, IL
Clinic Manager: Ryan Lampe, PT/ATC
We offer: physical therapy, sports rehab, hand therapy, industrial rehab & graston technique.
Greenville Meet & Greet
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy will be hosting a Meet & Greet at Greenville Regional Hospital powered by ApexNetwork. Cocktails and appetizers will be served.
Date: November 21, 2013
Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: 200 Health Care Drive - Greenville, IL 62246
Services offer: physical therapy / sports rehab / industrial rehab / hand therapy / occupational therapy / speech therapy
University City Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - October 17
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy in University City, MO will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 17.
7700 Olive Boulevard - University City, MO
- physical therapy
- sports rehab
- hand therapy
- industrial rehab
- aquatic therapy
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Our philosophy is quite simple - to be the best in rehabilitation.
Pain is one of the most common reasons people visit the doctor, and getting rid of pain is one of the most common goals patients have for physical therapy. Pain is produced in the brain. Pain is a response from irritated tissues that send a nerve signal to the brain, and the brain produces pain. Pain is experienced as a result of an injury or threat and is the brain’s way of saying “danger” or “stop doing that!” Recent research has targeted treating the brain through education to lessen the brain’s perception of threat or danger, thus reducing the pain experience.
Heroes for Habitat 5k - Monett, MO
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy has teamed up with the Monett-Purdy Habitat for Humanity to host the "Heroes for Habitat 5K." This race event is planned to provide a fun and healthy way to raise awareness and funds for further Habitat projects in the community. It also provides an opportunity for area businesses and members of the community to come together and support a great cause. This race event is designed to be a family friendly event in which all ages can participate. Participants may run or walk the 5K. After the 5K we will have an award ceremony full of food, fun, and lots of giveaways.
WHY THE SHOULDER IS INJURED SO OFTEN
The shoulder has a high injury rate because of many factors. The shoulder has the most motion of any joint in the human body which leads to more injuries and instabilities. It is said that there are approximately 75,000 rotator cuff repairs performed annually in the United States.