PT Student Spotlight: Wesley Nelson

Therapy Center prides itself on education throughout the company, which is why our student rotations are so important.  Wesley Nelson is a PT student at the University of St. Augustine in Austin, Tx.  He is originally from Opelousas and currently completing his rotation at our outpatient clinic in Mansura,...

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Celebrating 15 Years: Words from Our Patients – Becky

In celebration of 15 years as partner in rehabilitation, Therapy Center is recognizing our team members, patients, and business partners who have grown with us. Please take some time to watch what one of our patients has to say about her experience with Therapy Center and how it has helped...

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Giving Back: Colonial Nursing Home

As a part of our company-wide giving back campaign, our therapy team at Colonial Nursing Home wanted to do a giving back project for their local community.  The team chose to put together goody bags for seniors in Marksville, specifically at Marksville Senior Village Apartments.  Our team members went...

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We CAN make a difference-Canned Food Drive

Giving Back Opportunity – Canned Food Drive In celebration of 15 years as partner in rehabilitation, Therapy Center plans to host several giving back events in the communities we serve. Our current project is a canned food drive benefiting local food banks all over the state. The food drive...

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Stand up for Your Health

Whether we like to admit it or not, we all do it.  Some do it at home, some do it in the car, and some even do it at work.  But face it we all sit, and for a lot of us we sit entirely TOO long. Sitting has...

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STOP THE THERAPY CAP: 20 YEARS IS ENOUGH

What is the “Therapy Cap”? Under the Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997 Congress placed an annual cap on rehabilitation services under Medicare. The therapy cap amount for 2017 is $1,980 for outpatient physical therapist and speech-language pathology services combined. There is a separate $1,980 cap for outpatient occupational...

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