“It’s important that we invest in the patient experience,” said Danielle Goldstein, PT and Director of Operations.
Laurel, MD (PRWEB) May 06, 2011
Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy (CBAY) released their new website (http://www.cbayaquapt.com) which includes features to help save patients time and improve their home exercise programs.
CBAY’s site now features Perfect Fit Pro, a program that allows patients to view their home exercises online. Patients can view the exercises designed for them by their physical therapist and watch animated demonstrations of each exercise. The exercises are customized to each patient and are easily updated by their physical therapist. Patients simply log in to CBAY’s site and enter their username and password for access to their home exercise program.
The new site also includes downloadable patient forms, allowing patients to complete important paperwork before their initial evaluation. This gives patients more time to spend with their physical therapist, taking full advantage of their treatment time during their first visit.
CBAY’s website isn’t the only place that has received a makeover recently. The Laurel location was recently repainted and new flooring will be installed in the coming weeks.
“It’s important that we invest in the patient experience,” said Danielle Goldstein, PT and Director of Operations. “With so many options for physical therapy we want to make sure our patients are not only receiving the highest quality care, they are getting the highest quality experience to go with it.”
For more information on Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy, visit http://www.cbayaquapt.com.
Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy (CBAY) offers both land and water therapy to help provide better outcomes for patients in Bowie, Laurel and Severna Park, Maryland. Under the direction of Danielle Goldstein, MPT, CBAY strives to provide the highest quality outpatient rehabilitation services in central Maryland. CBAY keeps patient volumes low in order to spend more time with each patient at every visit.