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Transition from Rehab to Fitness
Physical therapists are increasing patient referrals to transitional care programs to continue their exercise programming. Physical therapy coverage has decreased for patients in recent years resulting in less visits to sessions and earlier discharges from physical therapy. At the 2017 IHRSA International Conference, Power Wellness and William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine will investigate this transition of care. Both presenters will outline the need for a successful fitness program for members at your center who are transitioning from physical therapy to day-to-day activities. Learn how you can support and empower your members and the community you serve by bridging the gap from rehab to fitness.
Event: 2017 IHRSA International Conference
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Time: 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Christopher R. Sutton MS, ACSM-RCEP, EIM
Fitness Program Manager (featured above)
Power Wellness Management, LLC
Physical Therapy Clinical Lead
William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine (Biotelemetry)
Power Wellness is a medical fitness industry pioneer who improves the lives of the communities we serve with our customized approach to medical fitness center development and management. We specialize in the transition of management and new center development, guiding our clients through each step of the process to create profitable and sustainable fitness facilities.
We look forward to seeing you at the IHRSA International Conference, March 8-11 in Los Angeles, California. Please stop by booth 2462 to meet our medical fitness experts and learn more about transitional care. For more information, please contact our Vice President of Business Development Ralph Davis, at 630.785.5148.
IHRSA. (2017). IHRSA 2017. Retrieved from IHRSA: http://hub.ihrsa.org/ihrsa-2017-trade-show