Pelham Medical Center Physical Therapy
With more than 50 years of experience, the Pelham Medical Center understands that each patient’s condition and needs are unique. The Physicians and staff at Pelham are committed and work closely together to help each individual reach their maximal potential. There are 6 experienced, licensed and dedicated physical therapists on site.
The physical therapists have specialized training in non-operative and post-operative orthopedic and sports-related care management. Our therapists have completed advanced educational degrees (DPT) and specialized certifications (OCS, SCS, PES, CES, FMS, SFMA, CEAS, and others).
Our staff continues to grow and challenge themselves educationally. The staff and physicians meet monthly to discuss current surgical procedures as well as surgical and non-surgical interventions. Currently, the physical therapy and sports medicine staff in collaboration with the University of South Carolina Upstate, Spartanburg Regional Family Medicine Residency and VCOM, are determining if the functional movement screen can predict injuries in college athletes. Additionally, our physical therapists and athletic trainers collaborate at local high schools and colleges to minimize lost playing time and maximize a safe return to sport.
- Neck and Back pain
- Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist pain
- Hip, Knee and Ankle pain
- Muscle strains/sprains
- Work related injures
- Post surgical: Meniscectomy, SAD, Joint Replacements and others
- ACL Reconstructions
- PCL Reconstructions
- Knee: Multi-Ligament reconstruction
- Shoulder SLAP repair
- Ankle Reconstruction
- Elbow: MCL Reconstruction
- Severe De-conditioning
- Chronic and Severe Pain
- Balance and walking problems
- Injuries to the shoulder, neck, low back, hip, knee ankle & foot
- Total knee/hip replacement
- Various pre & post surgical conditions: Spinal fusions, Laminectomy, ACL/Meniscus Tears & Repairs.
- Other conditions that limit the body ability to bear weight.
- Pre-work Screens
- Injury Management and Rehabilitation
- Functional Job Analysis with ADA-Compliant Job Description (To identify essential function of the job.)
- Development of a Pre-Work Screen (Based on validation of the functional job description.)
- Work Conditioning (Based on essential functions)
- Functional Capacity Evaluation (To determine return to work options and fit-for duty.)
- Injury-Specific Risk Assessment (Office and Industry)
- Computer-Based Voice Software
- Augmentative Communication Devices Common Disorders Treated:
- Voice Disorders
- Neurogenic Disorders
- Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) or Stroke
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s Disease
- Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Bell’s Palsy
- Motor Speech Disorders
Can injuries in college athletes be predicted using the Functional Movement Screen and Y-Balance testing?
- Spartanburg Regional Sports Medicine Program is a part of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) and is affiliated with multiple athletic programs including University of South Carolina-Upstate (USC-U), Converse College, Spartanburg Methodist College and various area high schools. Athletic trainers work closely with the student athletes at each of these sites providing acute musculoskeletal care and preventive care in conjunction with the team physicians.
- At USC-U, there are approximately 240 student athletes spread over 17 sports to include basketball, volleyball, baseball and soccer. Each student undergoes a routine physical at the beginning of the school year and can be seen for acute events throughout the sports season. Injury patterns are closely followed by the trainers and mirror similar patterns seen at programs across the country.
- Spartanburg Regional Sports Medicine Foundation
- University of South Carolina Upstate
- Upward Sports
- Wofford College
- Spartanburg Methodist College
- Converse College
- Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM)
Pelham Medical Center
2755 South Hwy 14
Greer, South Carolina 29650
Office: 864.849.9240 Fax: 864.849.9249