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At The Training Station, we understand that you may have questions about our physical therapy clinic. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions:

1. What is lymphedema?

Lymphedema is a condition in which excess lymphatic fluid accumulates in tissues, causing swelling. It can occur in any part of the body but is most commonly seen in the arms or legs.


2. What is oncology rehabilitation?

Oncology rehabilitation is a type of physical therapy that helps cancer patients recover from the side effects of cancer treatments. It can improve quality of life, restore function, and reduce pain.


3. What is the Redcord overhead suspension system?

The Redcord overhead suspension system is a unique exercise system that uses suspension ropes to support your body weight. It allows for a wide range of movements and can be used to target specific muscles and joints. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to help!

4. Do you have a specialty?

Yes, the lymphedema and oncology populations as well as orthopedic injuries, preventative care, neurological diagnoses, post operative, triathletes, cyclists, runners, swimmers, hikers, strength training focused athletes (bootcamp, crossfit, hiit logic, etc), post-partum care (external work only), diastasis recti, breast reconstructive surgery (DIEP flap, SGAP flap, Apex flap, implant), s/p lumpectomy, s/p plastic surgery, radiation fibrosis/complications secondary to radiation, the list is always growing! 

5. Is your clinic accessible?

Yes, there are two ADA parking spaces, a ramp with two handrails to ambulate with or without an assistive device about 20 feet from the parking lot to the first floor clinic. The Training Station is also equipped with an ADA accessible restroom within the Clinic.

6. What should I wear to PT?

Please arrive either wearing or carrying shorts and a tank top for your initial evaluation. You may also change in the restroom prior to your session.

7. What type of equipment is at the Training Station?

A Redcord workstation, a Redcord Tandem unit, a private treatment room an open gym with a rowing ergometer, plyometric boxes, dumbbells, kettlebells, physioballs, wall balls, myofascial release tools, a MicroLight Smart Cold Laser, resistance bands, percussion massager, a water cooler and more fun items will always be added to the clinic as needed!

8. How many sessions will I need to achieve my goals?

This is highly variable depending on each individual. Neuromuscular re-education ("turning a muscle on") can happen in one session, however muscular strengthening and lengthening is at least a 6 week process of focused effort both in and out of PT. On average, we recommend a 6-8 week PT window prior to the ultimate goal of patient self management. We will work around even the most demanding of schedules to achieve your goals! 

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