ASCENT Rangeley lakes rehab
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) defines wellness as: “a multidimensional state of being describing the existence of positive health in an individual as exemplified by quality of life and a sense of wellbeing.” Our goal is to provide services which promote healthy lifestyles, wellness, and support you in efforts to prevent injury and disability. We make it our priority to help you reach your highest level of function, and your personal wellness goals.
ASCENT Rangeley Lakes Rehab services include outpatient treatment for a variety of orthopedic and neurologic diagnoses including:
- Back and neck pain, including chronic headaches
- Orthopedic injury, Pre and Post surgical care
- Traumatic brain injury
- Neurological conditions such as M.S., Parkinson’s disease, Stroke
- Improving strength, balance, and walking in the aging adult to reduce fall risk
- Muscular, myofascial and soft tissue disorders
- Clients suffering from COPD and CHF have also found improved quality of life following a rehab course of treatment
- Evaluation and recommendation for employee ergonomic work stations
We offer a full range of wellness services such as :
- Hot or Cold stone massages
- Myofascial release & Unwinding
- Therapeutic Massage and cupping
- Balance and posture programs
- Manual Stretching
- Electrical Stimulation
- Specially designed gym programs
- Moist heat
- Lumbar or Cervical Traction
ASCENT is located in the Rangeley Wellness Pavilion, 25 Dallas Hill Road, with its fully-equipped gym, 400 square-foot hydrotherapy pool, private treatment rooms, and many programs with fitness staff instruction to continue your independent rehab once formal therapy is completed. All scheduling is done through our Rangeley facility by calling 207-864-3332 Ext. 3.
The treatment I received at Rangeley Health and Wellness was top notch. The professional care and the results were beyond reproach each and every time. Rangeley Health and Wellness is an outstanding facility and their services are truly a blessing to this community
I have only the greatest admiration for all the staff at Ascent Rangeley Lakes Rehab. I have been seen by Physical Therapists and Assistants for rehab over the past 5 years. Each person I have dealt with for therapy and administration is professional and friendly, most importantly they listen. Whether it was for strengthening prior to or after surgery or a chronic neurological condition, I am always better for the rehab they provide. With Gratitude for all you do and have done.
American Specialty Health/Cigna
VA- Tricare North Region
United HealthCare Optum
Maine Community Health Option
No Insurance? Ascent Physical Therapy offers special cash rates for those clients without insurance.
Questions about insurance coverage? Call is today at (207)864-3332 x 3 to learn more
Physical Therapy Q & A
Q: What is physical therapy? A: Physical therapy is a non-invasive treatment approach to help improve/promote/restore health and function for individuals.
Q: Is physical therapy painful?
A: Majority of the time physical therapy should not be painful. There are times when a physical therapist has to reproduce pain during the evaluation process in order to correctly rule in/out specific impairments.
Q: What does the physical therapist do?
A: Physical therapists assess and treat musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular, respiratory, and integumentary system impairments through the use of non-invasive techniques.
Q: How long does a therapy session last?
A: Physical therapy sessions generally last 45 minutes.
Q: What should I wear to my therapy appointment?
Comfortable gym cloths (shorts, sweatpants, etc.) are the best thing to wear to physical therapy appointments. If you are coming in for a shoulder injury it is helpful if you wear a tank top. I usually recommend people wear athletic shoes as well
Q: Will my insurance cover PT?
A: Most of the time insurance does cover physical therapy. After an initial evaluation, we request coverage for PT appointments from your insurance company, based on your specific medical needs.
Q: Is PT just exercise?
A: No! We perform many types of interventions such as stretching, strengthening, postural modification to rehabilitate and prevent re-injury as well as manual therapy, education and exercise plan design. Therapy strives to reduce pain, increase flexibility, range of motion, and function, build strength, and correct posture.
Q: How long will it take for me to feel better?
A: It depends! Many factors dictate how long recovery will take. As therapy progresses, range of motion increases, strength and soreness diminishes. In general, patients feel better following therapy and look forward to the next session. Many soft tissue injuries (muscles + tendons) take around 6-8 weeks to heal.
Monday-Friday: 5am - 7pm | Saturday & Sunday : 8am - 2pm