Did you know that KORT Physical Therapists can help with TMJ? Katasha Roberts could not open her jaw completely, and could not eat certain foods as chewing was difficult and painful. After trying a mouth guard, and even a…
Billie Jo Donahue
Billie Jo Donahue's world turned topsy-turvy after a tumble at an exercise class left her with a broken wrist. The break needed surgery to repair it properly. But, as Billie Jo found out, the surgery was only the beginning…
KORT Mt. Washington physical therapist Hannah Arms keeps Bullitt East High School athlete Jacob Bowles in the game. After suffering elbow & shoulder pain due to playing baseball, Jacob came to KORT and is back 100% and…
Donna Brock came to KORT Hamburg suffering from debilitating back pain and severe arthritis. Physical Therapist Rob Swayze took the time to investigate and correct all the issues contributing to her pain by implementing Dry…
Jennie Bowman celebrates her 1-year anniversary participating in the KORT POWR Program having lost 106 pounds in the past year. Jennie feels better, has more confidence, and says that if you unsuccessfully tried to lose…
Kroger MidSouth Division and KORT worked together to implement a new employee wellness program called Living Life Safe and Well. Since its introduction last October, this new program has cut down on job-related employee…
When injured workers meet established short- and long-term goals via physical therapy or hand/occupational therapy but are unable to return to work due to remaining functional deficits or deconditioning, they may benefit from a higher level of therapeutic intervention designed specifically with a primary goal of returning to work. Injured workers who benefit most from these programs are usually at least 30 days out from their injury and have a medium or higher physical demand category job to return to. These are full body intensive conditioning programs that focus on work simulation activities to get injured workers back to work.
An intensive, goal-oriented conditioning program designed to restore neuromuscular and musculoskeletal function including strength, power, endurance, joint mobility, ROM, motor control, cardiovascular endurance and functional abilities. The primary objective of the Work Conditioning program is to restore physical capacity and function to enable the injured worker to return to his or her pre-injury job.