Dear friends of DCPT, As you may have heard, about three weeks ago one of our employees tested positive for COVID-19. Subsequently, all employees who worked that week also got tested, and all patients who were seen that week were notified. We were temporarily closed for cleaning and testing. We are happy to report that… [Read More]Read More
Starting June 1st, DeVinney Czarnecki Physical Therapy will be open for seeing patients Monday through Friday. We are following the reopening guidelines from the Center for Disease Control, including the following: Anyone entering the building, including all patients and staff, will wear masks. All patients and staff will have their temperatures taken. Social distancing will… [Read More]Read More
Our new temporary business hours are Mondays and Thursday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Billing Questions: Call our office manager Tammy at 248-234-3768.Read More
We are closed Tuesday March 24th to Sunday March 29th, 2020. Monday March 30th, 2020 physical therapist Dr. Loren DeVinney will see patients in the clinic by appointment only – Monday, Wednesday, Friday. New temporary business hours starting Monday March 30th, 2020 — M, W, F 10 am to 3 pm. Billing Questions: Call our… [Read More]Read More
Medicare just announced they will pay for Telehealth (video conferencing) services with a physical therapist for current patients. We will be contacting our patients starting Monday March 23rd to see if there is an interest in utilizing this service. Current patients can call us during our new/temporary business hours with questions Temporary business hours —… [Read More]Read More
We want our patients to feel safe and comfortable when visiting our Physical Therapy office. Here are some of the extra precautions we are undertaking to provide a sanitized environment to minimize risk and exposure.Read More
Per an executive order by Michigan Governor Whitmer, we are suspending our fitness program until further notice.Read More
DeVinney Czarnecki Physical Therapy offers therapeutic massage by Chris Joppie, LMT, in 30-minute or 60-minute sessions.
Massage therapy is one of the simplest healthcare practices available. Massage stimulates the body’s natural healing abilities through stroking, kneading, and applying pressure to the body using an understanding of the principles of human anatomy.
When a soothing touch is applied to the skin, messages are sent to the brain to relax the body and release endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers. Rubbing the muscles and tissues of the body also helps to work out any stiffness or tension that is stored in the body, thereby improving flexibility and movement.
Massage therapists use several techniques to manipulate the soft tissues in the body. Massage therapy is useful to promote general health and wellbeing, as well as to address specific musculoskeletal issues.Read More
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy refers to the evaluation and treatment of the muscles, joints and connective tissues that support the pelvic organs. Dysfunction in this area can lead to bowel and bladder incontinence organ prolapse pain and sexual dysfunction low back pain, hip pain, and poor balance Our physical therapists use a variety of techniques… [Read More]Read More
DeVinney Czarnecki Physical Therapy’s “2 to 6 Visits” Program What is it? A short-term course of physical therapy designed to empower people to manage their own neck or back pain symptoms. Who would benefit? People with recent onset of neck or back pain which does not radiate into the arms or legs. Those with ongoing… [Read More]Read More