PT Evaluation - High Complexity

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What is a PT Evaluation - High Complexity?

A PT Evaluation - High Complexity is a physical therapy evaluation that is used to assess a patient's mobility, strength, balance and level of function.

Why would I get a PT Evaluation - High Complexity?

A PT Evaluation - High Complexity is typically recommended for patients that have complex medical conditions or injuries, such as multiple joint replacements, strokes, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and multiple sclerosis.

What happens during a PT Evaluation - High Complexity?

During a PT Evaluation - High Complexity, a physical therapist will assess the patient's range of motion, level of strength and balance, as well as the patient's ability to perform everyday activities. The physical therapist will also look for signs of any pain, swelling, or other physical issues.

What to expect after a PT Evaluation - High Complexity?

After a PT Evaluation - High Complexity, the physical therapist will create an individualized care plan to address the patient's specific physical needs and goals. This plan may include exercises, stretching, balance and coordination activities, and general health education.


A PT Evaluation - High Complexity is an advanced physical therapy assessment which can provide patients with complex medical issues an individualized health care plan. This plan can then be developed to help the patient improve their mobility, strength, balance, and other physical abilities.

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