Post Acute Medical Best Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Post Acute Medical Best Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

How long have you been in business in the Crossroads?

Post Acute Medical, formally known as Warm Springs of Victoria, has been in the Crossroads for 20 plus years.

What would you consider to be the key to your success?

Striving to have excellent patient experiences with the highest standard of care. Each patient is treated as a family member of our very own.

Why do you think our readers voted for you?

Our reputation of good outcomes and people being able to go back out into the community and return to their prior level of function following a surgery, motor vehicle accident, job-related injury or a medically complex diagnosis.

What is your most popular product?

Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for all ages. We service infants to elderly. Physical, occupational and speech therapies are provided.

What does it mean to you to be Best of the Best in your category?

To be the Best of the Best we have to continue be a respected provider of quality health care services by continuing to develop an environment that fosters meaningful improvement and recovery for people with injuries, illnesses and disabilities.

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