Beginning Monday, May 4th, the Rehab and Fitness Center at Cortland will reopen to physical therapy and rehabilitation patients after closing as part of COVID-19 precautions. The reopening comes as part of the Governor’s West Virginia Strong – The Comeback plan allowing for a gradual easing of restrictions amid declining coronavirus cases in the State.
Week One of the Governor’s plan allows for hospitals and outpatient health care operations, including physical and occupational therapy, to resume practice. The Comeback plan outlines additional business categories to gradually reopen Week 2 and continuing Weeks 3 through 6 guidelines across the State.
“As healthcare professionals, our focus continues to be the health and wellbeing of our patients and staff,” explains PT Director of the Rehab & Fitness Center at Cortland, Alisha McCune. “As active members of the Tucker County community, we are also mindful of our responsibility to our families, friends, and neighbors. We look to provide rehab services to assist those with deficiencies caused by a recent injury or continuing from pre-COVID surgeries. We have put extraordinary precautions into place for outpatient safety and that of Cortland’s residents.”
The Rehab & Fitness Center at Cortland is trained in the following procedures – ASTYM therapy, Kinesiotape, Myofascial Decompression (cup therapy), and LSVT-Big for Parkinson disease.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment at the Rehab & Fitness Center at Cortland, please call 304-463-4191.