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  • Welcome to Sport & Spine Physical Therapy & Rehab Therapy

    WELCOME TO MID-MICHIGAN’S PREMIER PHYSICAL THERAPY PROVIDER

    Recovery through science and personalized care

    Sport & Spine Physical Therapy and Rehab clinic’s use progressive techniques and technologies to stay on the forefront in their field. Our staff is committed to providing patients with advanced healing techniques.

    Sport and Spine was founded in 1993 by a small group of physical therapists and athletic trainers. The state of the art equipment and expert staff made the clinic such a success, that within a year, two additional sites were opened. Now, nearly twenty years later, Sport and Spine continues to proudly lead the tri-city community and its members with physical therapy services.

    Sport & Spine Specializes in the Following Services:

    • Sport injury rehab
    • Strength training
    • Post surgical rehab
    • Pain management
    • Pregnancy pain
    • Massage therapy
    • Manual therapy
    • Gait abnormalities
    • Fall risk management
    • Job site analysis
    • Women’s health
    • Sport injury screenings

    We accept most insurance including Medicare and Worker’s Comp.

    MISSION & VISION

     

    Our company mission is to provide quality rehabilitation services that meet the physical needs of people in the communities we serve in an ethical, efficient and profitable manner, and in compliance with professional standards and legal and regulatory requirements.Guided by integrity, life-long learning, and a commitment to comprehensive and accessible health programs for all people, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants will render evidence-based services throughout the continuum of care and improve quality of life for society. They will provide culturally sensitive care distinguished by trust, respect, and an appreciation for individual differences. While fully availing themselves of new technologies, as well as basic and clinical research, physical therapists will continue to provide direct patient/client care. They will maintain active responsibility for the growth of the physical therapy profession and the health of the people it serves.

    Mike-Kennedy-PT-OCS-ATC

    Mike Kennedy, PT, OCS, ATC, Partner
    Clinic Director – Davenport

    Mike is a Partner and Physical Therapist at Sport and Spine Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab. He has worked at Sport and Spine for 19 years. During this time, he has worked as both a physical therapist and an athletic trainer.

    He received a Bachelors Degree in Sports Medicine in 1995, and a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in 2001. Both degrees were completed at Central Michigan University. Mike has recently gained Board Certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

    He has been both a clinical instructor and an adjunct faculty member for the Saginaw Valley State University Sports Medicine Program. Mike’s professional interests include orthopedics, fall prevention, industrial rehabilitation, ergonomics and functional capacity evaluations. His hobbies include running, biking and hanging out with his family on the soccer pitch.

     

    biopicStacey Mapes, OTRL, CHT, CLT, LMT, Partner
    Clinic Director – Bay Road

    Stacey is a Partner and Certified Hand Therapist at Sport and Spine Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab. Stacey earned her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Saginaw Valley State University in 2001.  In 2009 she obtained her Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) degree specializing in treatment of the upper extremity.  Stacey is also a licensed massage therapist (2010) and certified lymphedema therapist (2008).

    Stacey’s professional interests include:

    • Lymphedema management after breast cancer
    • Hand injuries
    • Manual therapy

    When she is not in the clinic Stacey enjoys hiking, camping and spending time with her family.

    Services

    Additional programs are available. Contact us for information on additional or specialty programs you may need.

    Sport & Spine’s Performance Programs:

    Sport and Spine provides useful programs, each one with its own meaningful purpose. We listen to our patients and integrate their needs and desires on a regular basis, guided by integrity, life-long learning, and a commitment to comprehensive and accessible health programs for all people.

    • Fall Prevention Conditioning: Designed to increase independence with functional activities, functional mobility, and safety awareness while decreasing fall risk.
    • Pre & Post Natal Pelvic Stabilization: Most people think pregnancy and back pain go hand in hand – they don’t have to. There’s help for pregnant women and new mothers.
    • Industrial Rehabilitation Therapy & Rehab: We offer comprehensive therapy and rehab for injured workers using Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE) and our Fit2wrk program.
    • Aquatic Therapy: Patients often benefit from aquatic therapy to aid in the rehabilitation of various injuries.
    • High School Outreach: We set our sights on your physical health. Making sure your body is prepared for your sport. Proud to serve local schools within our community.
    • Sport Injury Screening: We can help you get back on the field, on the court, in the pool or in the rink. Get back in the game!
    • ACL Prevention: Sports that involve cutting, planting and changing direction, which use the ACL, puts athletes, particularly females at the greatest risk of ACL injury.
    • Hockey Injury Prevention: Hockey is a unique sport with many physical demands. Common injuries include back, hips, knees, shoulders elbows and wrists.
    • Postural Re-education: Our therapists are highly trained in postural analysis. Many injuries are predisposed due to poor muscle balance and ergonomics.

    Other Services Include:

     

    Orthopedic Care

    Strains/Sprains
    Back & Neck Pain (disc injuries)
    Low Back/Spine Conditions
    Arthritis/DJD
    Tendonitis
    Surgical Repairs/Reconstruction
    Bursitis
    Plantar Fasciitis
    Achilles Tendonitis
    Foot & Ankle Pain
    Frozen Shoulder
    Rotator Cuff Syndromes
    Chronic or Acute Musculoskeletal Pain
    Hip Bursitis
    Knee Sprains
    Hip & Knee Replacements

    Sports Medicine

    Injury Assessment, Treatment, Education & Prevention
    Athletic Training Outreach
    Knee, Shoulder, Foot and Ankle Rehab
    Overhead Athlete (Throwing Injuries)
    Sports Performance Enhancement
    Personal Training
    Endurance Training
    Overuse Injuries

    Worker's Compensation / Rehabilitation

    Work Rehabilitation
    Functional Capacity Evaluations
    Post-Offer Employment Testing
    Work Conditioning/Hardening
    Industrial Consultation
    Ergonomic Analysis
    Overuse Injuries

    Occupational & Hand Therapy

    Hand injuries
    Carpal tunnel
    De Quervain’s disease
    Custom splinting
    Shoulder & elbow injuries
    Trigger finger
    Dupuytren’s contracture‎
    Lymphedema
    Pediatrics
    Torticollis
    Power wheelchair positioning and eval
    Home safety evaluation

    Specialty Programs

    Gait Retraining
    Poor Posture
    Osteoporosis
    TMJ
    Motor Vehicle Accidents
    Post Illness Rehabilitation

    Forms

    Patient Forms

    For your convenience, you may print and complete these forms prior to your first visit.

    New Patient Registration Form Packet

    Functional Outcome Questionnaires

    Please fill out the appropriate survey prior to your first visit.

    Arm, Shoulder and/or Hand Pain
    Low Back Pain
    Lower Extremity Pain
    Neck Disability

    Monthly Newsletter

    Physician Use

    Prescription Form
    This copy may be faxed, mailed or hand delivered to the clinic. DO NOT EMAIL PRESCRIPTION.

    FAQ

    For Additional Questions Please Contact Us At 989.497.6040

    Can I choose where I want to have therapy?

    Yes. The choice of where you receive therapy is always yours. While the majority of our patients come to us by physician referral/recommendation, many clients request to see us due to our strong clinical reputation in the community.

    Do I need a physician referral to receive therapy?

    We operate in a direct access state where, if your insurance plan authorizes self-referral to physical therapy, a physician referral is not necessary for you to be seen by a licensed therapist. Please check with your insurance though as many health insurance plans require a physician’s referral for therapy to be covered. We also offer treatments, services and/or products that do NOT require a referral and are available on a self-pay basis.

    Does your facility accept my insurance?

    We participate in the majority of major health insurance plans including Medicare and Worker’s Compensation. Please contact us prior to your first visit to see if we participate with your specific health plan.

    Does your facility submit claims to my insurance company?

    As a service to our patients, we will gladly file claims with your insurance company on your behalf. In order to appropriately submit these claims, we will need to obtain a copy of your insurance identification card to ensure that we have the necessary information.

    Your First Visit:

    Your therapist will conduct an evaluation of your condition lasting between 60-90 minutes. The evaluation is necessary to create a program designed specifically to address your needs for a maximum recovery.

    What do I bring on my first visit?

    – Referral slip from your medical doctor
    – Your medical insurance card
    – Your ID
    – If you are getting therapy as a result of a worker’s compensation claim or an automobile accident, you will also need to bring your claim information, including claim number.

    Please arrive 15 minutes early on your first visit to fill out any necessary paperwork.

    What do I wear?

    We recommend comfortable clothing such as sweatpants or shorts, a T-shirt or tank-top and sneakers.

    How long is each visit?

    Each visit will last 60 – 90 minutes on average. Times vary due to the treatment and exercises being performed.

    How often do I go to treatment?

    The regularity of your visits will be determined after your initial evaluation, but most patients have 3 visits each week scheduled.

    What is a Physical Therapist?

    Physical therapists (PTs) are health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. PTs examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. In addition, PTs work with individuals to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles.
    Physical therapists provide care for people in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, schools, sports and fitness facilities, work settings, and nursing homes. State licensure is required in each state in which a physical therapist practices.

    All PTs must receive a graduate degree from an accredited physical therapist program before taking the national licensure examination that allows them to practice. The majority of programs offer the doctor of physical therapy (DPT) degree.

    What is a Physical Therapist Assistant?

    Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) provide physical therapy services under the direction and supervision of a physical therapist. PTAs help people of all ages who have medical problems, or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.
    PTAs work in a variety of settings including hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health, nursing homes, schools, sports facilities, and more. PTAs must complete a 2-year associate’s degree and are licensed, certified, or registered in most states. Care provided by a PTA may include teaching patients/clients exercise for mobility, strength and coordination, training for activities such as walking with crutches, canes, or walkers, massage, and the use of physical agents and electrotherapy such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation.

    Where do physical therapists practice?

    Although many physical therapists practice in hospitals, over 80 percent practice in:
    Outpatient clinics or offices
    Inpatient rehabilitation facilities
    Skilled nursing, extended care, or subacute facilities
    Homes
    Education or research centers
    Schools
    Hospices
    Industrial, workplace, or other occupational environments
    Fitness centers and sports training facilities

    What are the educational requirements for becoming a PT?

    The minimum educational requirement is a post-baccalaureate degree from an accredited education program. While some programs offer a master’s degree, a growing majority of programs offer the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree.
    Currently, 199 colleges and universities nationwide offer professional physical therapist education programs; 85.7% offer the DPT and the remaining programs are planning to convert.

    What are the licensure requirements for becoming a PT?

    After graduation, candidates must pass a state-administered national exam. Other requirements for physical therapy practice vary from state to state according to physical therapy practice acts or state regulations governing physical therapy.
    www.apta.org

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    Questions? Email us at mkennedy@usphclinic.com and we will respond as soon as we are able. 

    Bay Road:
    Sport & Spine Physical Therapy

    3901 Bay Rd.
    Saginaw, MI 48603
    T: 989.797.6040
    F: 989.797.6054

    Hours:
    Mon, Wed & Thurs 7:30am – 7:00pm
    Tue & Fri 8:00am – 4:00pm

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    Davenport:
    Sport & Spine Physical Therapy

    3525 Davenport Ave.
    Saginaw, MI 48602
    T: 989.497.6040
    F: 989.497.6054

    Hours:
    Mon, Wed & Thurs 7:30am – 6:30pm
    Tue & Fri 8:30am – 4:00pm

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    Shields:
    Sport & Spine Physical Therapy

    7680 Gratiot Rd. #4
    Saginaw, MI 48609
    T: 989.781.1258
    F: 989.781.1419

    Hours:
    Mon, Wed & Thurs 9:30am – 7:00pm
    Tuesday 8:00am – 4:30pm
    Friday 8:00am – 4:00pm

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