August 2021 COVID Update – COR continues to follow COVID safety protocols

Category: What’s New


COR’s Essential Personnel Program

Hello Everyone!   Our office re-opened after being closed for approximately two months and during that time we have been developing a performance program to give back to all our essential workers.  Through this program, our team wants to help people who have been dealing with nagging pains that have not been resolved and be relieved with appropriate physical therapy

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Churchill’s New Standard of Care

Hello Churchill Family! We want to be sure you feel safe for your physical therapy visits as our community starts moving again. Some of the steps we are taking include” frequent washing of tables/equipment/handles utilization of masks by everyone in the building adhering to social distancing guidelines having our room sanitized daily Tempature Checks For Patients and Staff  If you have any

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Churchill Reopening May 20, 2020

To Our Churchill Family, We hope you and your families are well and safe during these very trying times.  Above all else, these are the things that are most important. We wanted to take a moment and thank all of you who have helped us with our telehealth program.  Your willingness to allow us continue your care in a new

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Important Notification Regarding COVID-19

To our patients, both current and future, In an abundance of caution and concern for your health and well being, as well as that of our team, we are closing our office effective 3/18/20 until further notice. During this time, please check our website, Facebook, and  Instagram for important updates. If, however, you are in significant pain, we will make

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15th Anniversary Celebration at Churchill Orthopedic Rehabilitation

The Churchill Orthopedic Rehabilitation team celebrated its 15 year anniversary on April 15, 2018. We were joined by doctors, past and present patients, friends and family, members of the community, and even a magician! Thank you to all who have been a part of our journey. Read more about our anniversary in this news feature on  The Jewish Link.

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How Important is Sleep?

Poor sleep has become a prevalent issue that the US Centers for Disease Control, “…has designated insufficient sleep as a public health problem” (PTinMotion 2018). We can do all the exercises in physical therapy 3x per week, complete the home exercise program to get better, eat all the right foods to be healthy, drinking water to stay hydrated, but it

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Understanding Commercial Insurance-Part 2

In the last blog, we talked about the major types of commercial insurance (Please see the previous blog). In this edition, I’d like to explain the differences one would encounter in physical therapy provided by an ‘out-of-network facility’ (OON) compared to the services one would receive in an ‘in-network facility’ (IN).

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