Feel better than ever before through our commitment to achieving superior outcomes: mind, body and spirit. Written by Daphne Ardizon, MSPT, CMPT, Director of Clinical Outcomes at CORA Physical Therapy According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is defined as a state of physical, mental and social well-being. When you get injured (or your […]
It’s a (CORA)Kids World: Pediatric Physical Therapy
Pediatric physical therapists help kids to be kids and achieve the highest level of independence possible. By Meghan Owens, PT, DPT, Director of Pediatric Services at CORA Physical Therapy When you hear the words “physical therapy,” most people picture athletes on the road to recovery from an injury or think of a short stint of […]
CORA’s COVID-19 Response Team Takes Action in Support of Social Distancing
Global Adoption of Telehealth Increases Direct Patient Access, Promises Continuity of Care for All Lima, Ohio – CORA Health Services, Inc. (“CORA Physical Therapy”), a top 10 national operator of outpatient physical therapy services, has announced expanded telehealth solutions effective immediately in all CORA regions. The decision supports recommendations made by state and federal officials […]
The Patient Experience: Engage, Motivate, Improve Outcomes
Find a sense of control and choice over your long-term health. Experience The Difference at CORA with FOTO Last month we tasked you with a simple goal for 2020: Find a sense of control and choice over your long-term health. And in case you have yet to catch on to what we’ve been putting down, […]
How to Become a Physical Therapy Success Story!
Act on These 4 Tips to Commit to Excellence & Earn Physical Therapy Success Pro Tip #1 WHY are you here? There’s a big difference between motivation and inspiration. If motivation is when you get hold of an idea and it pushes you through to its completion, then inspiration is the exact opposite—it’s when an […]
Are You Part of the “Waiting for It to Get Better” Club?
A professional assessment can prevent chronic pain, movement compensations, or other complications. Not sure if you’re part of the club? We’ve all heard what “waiting for it to get better” sounds like: It’s not that bad… I’ll take care of it later… It’ll get better on its own… […]