Team Rehab


TeamRehab.2015Team Rehab is an outreach sports rehabilitation and physical therapy service for high school and college athletes in west central Illinois.

What services does Team Rehab provide?
•  Comprehensive approach to sports rehabilitation
•  Pre-season screenings to detect and treat potential problem areas and reduce the chance of injury
•  On-site athletic trainers for weekly school visits, practice coverage, and game coverage
•  Clinics for coaches and athletes to provide the latest information for the development of team programs
•  Injury clinics (mentor physician involvement)

Who is Team Rehab?
Team Rehab is staffed by licensed physical therapists, certified athletic trainers, registered physician therapy assistants, and other physical therapy staff.

What if an athletic injury requires specific medical attention?
Team Rehab members are specially-trained in physical injury assessment. They will provide consultation in selecting the proper medical facility for treatment.

Is Team Rehab physician affiliated?
Yes. Team Rehab works with physicians on the medical staff at Passavant Area Hospital and Springfield Clinic.

Is follow-up medical care offered?
Yes. Follow-up medical is offered, on an as-needed basis, through physicians on the medical staff at Passavant and through the staff and services offered by Passavant’s Rehabilitation Services Department.

How do I initiate services with Team Rehab?
Call (217) 245-9541, extension 3397, to talk with a member of Team Rehab. You will be provided information to establish the most productive program for your school and Team Rehab.

Team Rehab offers:
•  Full line of state-of-the-art weight training and cardiovascular equipment
•  Sports enhancement and wellness services
•  On-site sport skill analysis

 

Race Donates $3,000 to Special Olympics

Posted on: July 20, 2017

Kevin Eckhoff, Communications Coordinator and Race Director of the Passavant-Gatorade 5K/10K, center, presents a check for $3,000 to Jacksonville Saints Special Olympics team members, Crystal Jackson, left, and Jesse Mattern. The check represents proceeds from this year’s 25th Annual Passavant-Gatorade 5K and 10K. Jackson and Mattern both participated in the May 27 event. Also present for the check presentation was Harry Schmidt, left, Passavant president and chief executive officer, and Richard Larkin, community living services director for Pathway Services Unlimited, Inc. The Jacksonville Saints Special Olympics program provides competition in several different sports to over 100 Special Olympics athletes from Jacksonville and the surrounding area. Sports offered include: athletics, basketball, bowling, flag football, soccer, softball and volleyball. The Passavant-Gatorade 5K/10K is the longest consecutive running event in Jacksonville.

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