Clinic Locations in Southern California:
RehabRcu Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy/ Acupuncture Clinics:
+City of Industry – 16025 E. Gale Ave. Suite B7, City of Industry, CA 91745 / phone: 626-333-3172 / fax: -626-333-3163 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
+Northridge – 8349 Reseda Blvd, Unit F, Northridge, CA 91324 / phone: 1-818-341-3791 / fax: 1-818-341-3794 / email: Panorama@RehabRcu.com
+Long Beach 701 E. 28th Street, Ste 111, Long Beach / phone: 909-693-4555 / fax: 909-963-0798 email: email@example.com (K Wellness)
+Pomona 675 North Park Ave., Pomona, CA 91768 (HMMI Bldg)/ phone: 909-868-1160 / fax: 626-333-3162 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
+Los Angeles (2542 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles) Corner W. 3rd St & S. Coronado St / phone: 213-277-1042 / fax: 213-277-1729 / email: email@example.com
+Huntington Park (Absolute Rehab)- 2616 Clarendon Ave, Suite B, Huntington Park, CA 90255 / (Absolute Rehab) / phone: 323-583-2635 / fax:323-585-2635 / email:firstname.lastname@example.org(Absolute Rehab)
+Anaheim Absolute Physical Therapy)- 401 Lincoln Ave, Suite 100, Anaheim, CA 92805 (Alliance)/ phone: 714-581-5971 /fax: 714-581-5972 / email: email@example.com (Alliance)
Committed to every patient’s well-being and recovery, we insist in the best people, equipment, and facilities to provide excellence at every level [/quote]
RehabRCU is a rehabilitation clinic offering a full range of physical therapy services designed to help achieve your recovery goals, with locations in (Orange County, CA) Anaheim; and (Los Angeles County, CA), Huntington Park, Northridge & City of Industry. Through examination of symptoms using the latest technology and personalized treatment, procedures and modalities, we are committed to helping patients resume an active and healthy lifestyle. Our physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists and acupuncturists are all licensed in the state of California and credentialed with all the major insurance companies.
What can I do to stay healthy?
Regular check-up with your health professional, eating the right food and active lifestyle.
Could you suggest a good diet?
Fruits and vegetables any time of the day, no second plate in every meal, and hot drinks like tea after meals and snacks.
What should I do if am injured?
Call 911 if injury is life threatening or pain is intolerable, For minor injuries (contusion, sprain, strain), apply cold compress or soak in cold water with epsom salt, immobilize the injured body part and check with your doctor.
Pain reduction by advanced modalities and procedures to increase blood circulation and decrease edema and muscle spasms
Improve posture and balance by biomechanical exercises
Rehabilitation by exercises, gait training, adaptive activities of daily living and orthotics/ prosthetics training.
Work related injury
Back to work programs such as Work hardening/conditoning and Functional Capacity Evaluation
Treats health conditions with Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques. It relieves symptoms and activates the body’s natural self-healing abilities