There are two more treatment rooms, each much larger than the original rooms. There is a changing room and an office for Brian One of the new pieces of equipment is a balancing machine. One steps on to a small, low platform, much like stepping on a scale and even though a patient believes he or she is standing still, the computerized program will show where there is a weakness. The testing is also done with eyes closed.
The addition of a laser can pinpoint an area of patient pain.
Those learning to walk again will be pleased to know that Providence Physical Therapy now has parallel bars to improve that skill.
The third therapist, Kelvin Mays is new to the Eagle Point facility but not new to Providence. He joins Saling and Jennifer Zuzack.
With two physical therapy clinics, a wellness center, Providence Medical Center and the new chiropractor, Saling believes Eagle Point is well served with medical
Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed from 12-2 p.m. They can be reached by hone by dialing 541-826-3052.
By Nancy Leonard
Of the Independent