The BCMC Outpatient Therapy Department is located in the Brunson Medical Complex at 204 North Bragg Street in Warren. The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday.
Legacy rehabilitation has teamed up with Bradley County Medical Center to offer a unique brand of therapy that provides an experience that is unlike any other therapy clinic around for inpatient, outpatient & home health services. We provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy in all three settings. The entire rehabilitation team at Bradley County Medical Center is unified to provide Warren and surrounding areas with the best care possible.
The outpatient clinic is housed in the Brunson Medical Complex along with BCMC's Home Health offices and the BCMC Auxiliary Thrift Shop. It consists of 5 private patient rooms and a spacious gym area that provides top of the line equipment for all your rehabilitation needs. The patient rooms provide privacy for when you receive your thorough evaluation and comfort for when you receive the more exposing soft tissue and joint mobilization treatments.
The gym consists of more than 15 state of the art machines to rehab any injury from your neck down to your toes.
From the moment you walk in to the moment you leave you will receive personalized one-on-one treatments that consist of soft tissue, joint mobilizations, dry needling, modalities, and exercises to rehabilitate your specific impairment.
In addition to treating impairments we believe that it is our responsibility to help prevent future injuries. This is accomplished through patient education, changing compensatory movement patterns, and FMS (Functional Movement Systems). FMS provides a standardized approach to assessing fundamental movement, identifying limitations and asymmetries, and developing individualized corrective exercise programs. The FMS is used to identify risk of injury for athletes of any level. The FMS is used in all major sports but in particular it is widely used in the NFL. A recent study found that in rookies having the same ranking in the NFL draft (strength, size, athletic ability, etc.), the one with a higher FMS score was drafted higher 95 percent of the time.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have and welcome comments about your experiences at Bradley County Medical Center with our Outpatient Therapy Department. Shelby Gibson is the Outpatient Therapy Manager. Please write her via e-mail at email@example.com or call (870) 226-4190.