Physical Therapy provides the highest quality physical therapy health care to all eligible TRICARE beneficiaries, provide injury prevention and rehabilitation consultation to Fort Lee active duty units, provide clinical education to affiliated physical therapy students and ensure continued professional development of all physical therapy staff members.
Physical therapy focuses on improvement in function over time. Initial evaluation and follow-up evaluation includes use of the following questionnaires. If you are being referred to physical therapy for:
Upper back or neck pain - please fill out: Neck Disability IndexLow back pain - please fill out: OswestryShoulder pain - please fill out: Shoulder IndexHip, knee, leg or ankle pain -please fill out: Lower Extremity Function Survey
Bring the completed questionnaire to your physical therapy visit to save time once you arrive. If you are not able to print it out, we will provide you with a survey to complete before your visit.
Self-care/common condition information for supplementing home exercise program instructions for reveiw as needed.
ACHILLES TENDINITISANKLE SPRAINMEDIAL TIBIAL STRESS SYNDROME (SHIN SPLINTS)PLANTAR FASCIITIS - HEEL PAIN
ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) TEARILIOTIBIAL BAND SYNDROMEMEDIAL COLLATERAL LIGAMENT (MCL) TEARMENISCUS TEARPATELLOFEMORAL-PAIN-SYNDROMEPATELLAR TENDINITIS (Jumpers Knee)
PIRIFORMIS SYNDROMESNAPPING HIP SYNDROME
LOW BACK SPRAIN-STRAINLOW BACK HERNIATED DISCSPONDYLOLISTHESIS
ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT SEPARATIONROTATOR CUFF TEARSHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROMESHOULDER INSTABILITY
ELBOW / WRIST
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROMECUBITAL TUNNEL SYNDROMELATERAL EPICONDYLITIS (TENNIS ELBOW)MEDIAL-EPICONDYLITIS
The files appearing on this page have been previously compiled by staff at Ft Riley's Irwin Army Community Hospital and have been copied for local access.
The information on this website is meant for patient education and to provide home treatment options for some common muscular and skeletal injuries. It is not intended to replace your health care provider. Many are actually intended for use by your health care provider through referral to the website for appropriate self-care interventions. If your symptoms get worse; are not improving in two weeks despite treatment; or new unexplained symptoms develop, you should contact or follow-up with your health care provider.