Our approach to rehabilitation was modeled around the professional athlete, which allows us to take any athlete at any level and provide them with extraordinary care. Our mission is to “SAVE THE ATHLETE” -- the athlete in all of us.
The KOR's rehabilitation team brings close to 25 years of experience treating the active population and includes Donn Dimond, PT, MPT, OCS, SSRC; Kent Morimatsu, PT, DPT, CMPT; Melissa Cox, PT, DPT; Nick Mong, PT, DPT, ATC; Chloë Murdock, PT, DPT, CSCS; Matthew Weissbach, PT, CSCS; Ellie Meyrowitz PT, DPT; and Melanie Iwakawa, PT, DPT.
Regardless of activity level, every patient who walks through our door will receive the following:
Examination and Assessment
The key to proper rehabilitation is a thorough examination and assessment.
Using very specific and objective equipment, we closely measure the patient’s strength and mobility of the affected joint and surrounding structures, along with any other joint that may have a clinical relevance to the injury.
Our goal is to be the detective for the patient and address the true cause of their pain, which may not be just the symptom.
Patients will be given information on restoration and sleep needed for the rehabilitation process.
Patients will be given information on proper nutrition needed for the rehabilitation process.
Acupuncture and Massage therapy will be recommended as needed.
Home Exercise Program
- A rehabilitation program is only as good as the patient’s ability to perform these exercises independently outside of the clinic.
Upon graduating from therapy, you will receive an effective home exercise program that you will need to continue independently in order to prevent the injury from returning.
Do you have an injury or condition that you have questions about? Explore our Injuries and Conditions page or call The KOR today to schedule an initial examination.
Joey Mahalic, Professional Baseball Player and KOR Client