Health and Care Professional Network provides at-home health physical therapy for patients. Clients receive the best one-on-one physical therapy services at home. They can avoid all the troubles of getting to the clinic and the possible risks.
Call us today (702) 871-9917 or fill out the form for online appointment
Call us today or fill out the form for online appointment
Health & Care Professional Network, LLC, accredited by the Joint Commission, with over 15 years of experience, strives to provide high-quality services in the familiar environment of your home. You or your loved ones can benefit from a full range of home care services, therapies, and treatments in accordance with valid guidelines. Our care plan is consistent with the treatment goals and needs of your loved ones.
We are Honored to be JCAHO Accredited
Table of Contents
- 1 About us
- 2 Why choose us?
- 3 What we do
- 4 Services that can be done by our physical therapist
- 5 Do you need physical therapy at home?
- 6 Home health physical therapy
- 7 Physical therapy near me
- 8 The Comprehensive physical therapy program
- 9 What is Integrated physical therapy?
- 10 Physical therapy for meniscus tear
- 11 Do You Need Physical Therapy for Tennis Elbows?
- 12 Frequently asked questions about Physical Therapy
Why choose us?
Our center offers many benefits to our clients:
- The patient can receive care services in the comfort of their own home. You can get our services as overnight care, short-term, or one-time care.
- Staff members meet the State of Nevada educational and training requirements for the services they provide.
- Our on-call coordinators are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Our clients can receive care services under the coverage of Medicare.
- Our team members are immunized against diseases such as influenza, hepatitis, and communicable illnesses.
- Our staff will train when they are hired and also receive ongoing training.
What we do
Health & Care Professional Network, LLC provides a wide range of medical and non-medical services to different groups of people. We try to;
- Boost safety at home
- Increase health and well being
- Avoid hospital visits
With a few changes, you could prevent health degenerations. We can identify symptoms to prevent a medical condition from getting worse.
Home health is the eyes and ears of doctors in your place of residence. The Health & Care Professional Network, with more than 15 years of experience in providing home care services, can provide a list of services based on the needs of your patients to improve the quality of their life.
Services that can be done by our physical therapist
Different groups of people with different health conditions can benefit from physical therapy. The range of services are wide and up to the patient’s condition. The in-home services can provide further benefits as clients feel comfortable receiving services in their places of residence. The services we provide are as follows;
- Review patients’ medical history and notes from medical workers
- Monitoring patient’s moves in walking or standing
- Design and implement special care plans for the client
- Take stretching, hands-on, stretching therapy to ease patients’ pain,
- Increase mobility level in patients
- Decrease the possibility of further pain or injury
- Implement new treatment plans if needed
- Inform families of the recovery process and what to expect
- Provide knowledge to families of the challenges they might face dealing with injured family
- Helping people who have functional problems due to back and neck injuries.
The subcategories of physical therapy in Health and Care Professional Network are as follows;
The therapist moves the joints in different directions and speeds. He/she puts pressure on muscles and joints with hands to decrease tension, pain, and spasms. The process increases joint dysfunction.
Balance training is to reinforce balance and enhance the quality of life and physical balance. Aging causes a decreased balance which leads to;
- Reduced flexibility
- Muscle strength
- Motor responses.
- Increased risk of falling
- Limited daily movements
The therapist helps you to improve the balance and increase your daily activities.
It is to treat chronic pain and increase tissue healing. The program is recommended in the following situation;
- Joint tightness
- Ligament injuries
- Shoulder pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Occupational therapists use the therapeutic ultrasound tool in two ways; deep heating, and cavitation.
Gentle electrical pulses enter the body through the skin in the program. It’s helpful if you have the following problems;
- Low back pain
- Post-surgical pain
- For muscle weakness or poor motor control
There are two main types of electrical stimulation
- Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)
- Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS)
- tunnel/tarsal tunnel
- Chronic wounds
- Chronic pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Contractures/frozen shoulder
- Plantar fasciitis
- Diabetic neuropathy
Remember that aged people do not necessarily have incontinence, and incontinence is not a disability. Fortunately, effective treatments and training are available for this annoying problem. Many caregivers feel tired, frustrated, and upset about having to deal with the person’s incontinence. These feelings are normal but not a cause for concern because our skilled nurses will help you. The services provided by nurses are:
- Choosing the right diet that is high in fiber
- Pelvic floor exercises
- Bladder training
- Training in good toilet habits
Do you need physical therapy at home?
The people who need physical therapy might not be able to visit the center or get out of the house due to mobility issues. They often prefer to receive treatment at their place of residence. So physical therapy at home has become popular. You can receive the benefits of sessions without much trouble of getting out, traffic, or someone to help you get out of the car. You could receive all the treatment the therapist provides at a facility center in your own home. There will be no concern.
Home health physical therapy
Health and Care professional Network is your option for home health physical therapy. We provide the best of physical therapy in your home to every family member that needs the services. Our therapists will provide all the services you can get in a visiting session. In addition, he/she will inform you of the recovery process and what to expect during the rehabilitation stages. The training sessions will increase mobility levels in patients to a good extent. The therapist also monitors moves in walking or standing to adjust and improve them.
Physical therapy near me
Health and Care Professional Network is always your “physical therapy near me” option to help you with your health issues. Avoid all the trouble of going to a center, traffic, and the troubles of getting into a cab or your car with our services. You could arrange all the sessions by phone or through our website. Our therapist will evaluate your situation on the first visit and inform you of the severity, the required sessions, the duration of the training, and how to work to get better soon. The goal of the rehabilitation will be set, and the therapist does his/her best to achieve it for you.
The Comprehensive physical therapy program
Our physical therapy program is a comprehensive one and contains all the services you might need. Manual therapy, incontinence care, electrical stimulation, anodyne therapy, therapeutic ultrasound, balance training, and rehab are all among the provided services you can choose from. If you have no information on which one is appropriate for you, our staff can examine your status and advise you on the best service.
What is Integrated physical therapy?
Our therapist also takes the Integrated physical therapy approach that focuses on the whole body. It aims at the roots of dysfunctions and enhances the body’s self-healing mechanisms. In addition, the process will regulate the stress response and concentrate on the connection between the mind, body, and spirit.
Physical therapy for meniscus tear
The meniscus is a “piece of elastic, strong cartilage that forms as a shock absorber between your shinbone and thighbone. While holding or bearing weight, it could be torn. One of the most common knee injuries is the torn meniscus.
Aggressive pivoting or sudden stops and turns are among the other common causes of a torn meniscus. In addition, ordinary daily activities such as lifting heavy objects, kneeling, or deep squatting could cause torn meniscus.
If the injury is not serious, physical therapy helps the rehabilitation process of the torn meniscus to a large extent. According to “Very Well Health,” PT helps you to avoid surgery for a torn meniscus. The therapy sessions help you to get your range of motion and strength back. You will be able to return to the normal level of activity you had before the problem. Even If you have surgery for it, you still need physical therapy afterward.
After experiencing a meniscus tear, exercise should become part of your lifestyle. Doing appropriate exercise and the PT sessions helps you get back to the healthy normal conditions before.
If you are wondering what exercise is appropriate, the decision is up to the physical therapist. Our therapists will prescribe you the right type and level of exercise by your age, severity, and the required intensity.
Do You Need Physical Therapy for Tennis Elbows?
Tennis elbow is a painful ailment that manifests itself in the outside area of the elbow and, on rare occasions, the forearm or wrist. This diagnosis was once assumed to be an inflammatory condition in your tendon, but it is now known to be more deteriorating in nature. Excessive usage of the wrist and finger extensor muscles that connect to the outside portion of the elbow causes it.
While this ailment affects up to 3% of the population at some time, most instances are minor and resolve on their own. However, in certain cases, physical therapy may be required to keep your tennis elbow from deteriorating.
If left untreated, lateral epicondylitis discomfort can worsen and significantly impair your ability to conduct daily chores such as using a computer, dressing, or lifting and carrying goods.
Tennis elbow is usually self-limiting, and many small instances resolve on their own with therapy, such as:
- Resting the arm
- Over-the-counter pain medication
- Activity modification
However, certain cases are more severe and should be examined by a physical therapist. In addition, several indicators may point to a case that may profit from formal therapeutic treatment.
A physical therapist can help with various treatments to alleviate the discomfort of the tennis elbow. This includes the following:
Education: Your PT will most likely review the motions and activities that might worsen your issue and recommend less-inconvenient adaptations to your everyday responsibilities. They can also help you in choosing a wrist or elbow brace to lessen the strains exerted on the deteriorated tendon.
Stretching: The therapy aims to stretch the afflicted region and strengthen the muscles. Your therapist will assist you in selecting appropriate exercises to achieve these objectives and will advance them as they get easier. Manual treatment approaches, including massage or gentle elbow mobilizations, may also be used to relieve discomfort and improve arm function.
Frequently asked questions about Physical Therapy
The therapist teaches you how to have the correct abdominal and spinal muscles. Then you go through a series of motions to stabilize the spine.
Yes you might feel pain but it’s a sign that your muscles and body are being stressed. It’s a bit similar to strength training. Your muscles must be loaded to get stronger.
The times you need the physical therapy sessions are up to your conditions. There could be 3-5 sessions a week. However the therapist informs you of the required training sessions per week.