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Athletico Physical Therapy Opens in Greenfield, Wisconsin
Date:8/6/2013

Greenfield, WI (PRWEB) August 06, 2013

Residents of Greenfield who are dealing with pain from an injury, accident, or everyday activity now have a new resource for physical therapy with the opening of Athletico Physical Therapy located at 4749 S. 76th Street. The new Athletico Greenfield clinic will offer physical therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, work rehabilitation, work conditioning, functional capacity evaluations, sports medicine, and complimentary injury screens. Transportation services are also available for patients who require assistance traveling to their appointments.

Scott Law, PT, DPT, serves as the facility manager and treating physical therapist for the Greenfield facility. Law graduated from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2002. He then received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2005 from Marquette University. He began his career as a physical therapist in 2005 working at Athletico Arlington Heights, where he served as Regional Worker’s Compensation QA Representative. Scott has an interest in rehabilitating injured workers, and recently decided to return to his Wisconsin roots by fulfilling the role of Facility Manager at the Athletico Greenfield clinic.

“I started my career in physical therapy because I really enjoy personal training, but wanted to do more and help individuals with injuries get back to working out, and doing what they love,” says Law, who was certified in personal training. “I am excited to bring Athletico Physical Therapy to Greenfield and offer a place that people can rely on for their physical therapy and health needs.”

Scott’s personal training background and experience as a laborer on a construction crew for eleven years has shown him the importance of hard work, and fueled his passion for work rehabilitation and getting his patients back to living an active lifestyle. Law recently treated a patient who suffered from injuries related to a car accident. Physical therapy helped the patient go from being reliant on a wheelchair to returning to the gym and resuming their active lifestyle. “I enjoy helping patients achieve something that they didn’t think was possible, and helping them return to the activities they enjoy.”

Athletico Greenfield provides the community quality care and convenience through the following means:

  • Patient outcomes reporting using a third-party outcomes system to provide measurable data on a patient’s progression that is discussed throughout the course of treatment
  • Patient satisfaction reporting throughout treatment in order to better understand and respond to patient needs while they are still receiving rehabilitation services, rather than after a patient is discharged
  • Convenient hours including early mornings, evenings, and Saturdays
  • Prompt scheduling of each initial evaluation within 24-48 hours of the patient’s phone call
  • Ongoing patient education on diagnosis, treatment plans, and prescribed home-exercise programs
  • Clear, consistent communication between therapist, physician, and patient regarding progress

To learn more about the Athletico Greenfield clinic or to schedule a complimentary injury screening, call Scott Law at 414-281-1380 or email him at slaw(at)athletico(dot)com.

Athletico Greenfield
4749 S. 76th Street
Greenfield, WI 53220
Phone: 414-281-1380 / Fax: 414-281-1381
Web: http://www.athletico.com/greenfield

ABOUT ATHLETICO

Athletico Physical Therapy provides orthopedic rehabilitation services to communities and organizations throughout Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. To demonstrate our commitment to both our patients and referring physicians, we measure functional patient outcomes and patient satisfaction with national data comparison using a third-party outcomes system.

Our services include physical and occupational/hand therapy, work rehabilitation, performing arts rehabilitation, women’s health therapy, pediatric physical therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and athletic training. Expanded services include performance enhancement, fitness center memberships, golf fitness, endurance, nutrition, and massage therapy.

Athletico accepts all major insurance carriers and participates with many local provider networks. As a courtesy to our patients, we verify insurance and communicate a quote of therapy benefits from your insurance carrier. Please contact our Billing Center at 630-575-6250 if you have any questions.

Athletico Toll-Free Injury Hotline
877-ATHLETICO (1-877-284-5384)

http://www.athletico.com

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