Pain and Injury Care with Telehealth at Fremont Therapy Group

Pain and Injury Care with Telehealth at Fremont Therapy Group

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have stopped much of the world.

One thing that the virus has not stopped is pain and injury. Maybe you were seeing your PT when activity restrictions were issued. Maybe you’ve been having more pain and soreness in your back or neck because of all the time spent in front of the computer working at home, or maybe you hurt yourself doing yard work or exercising to relieve stress.

How do you get the care you need without putting yourself or others at risk during this time of social distancing?


To help our patients during this time, Fremont Therapy Group and Rocky Mountain Sports & Physical Therapy are utilizing Telehealth technology. This secure platform allows our licensed physical therapists to assess your condition and, in most cases, provide treatment from the comfort of your own home via
computer or smartphone.

We also offer free consults as an easy way to get information if you’re hurt and have questions about what is happening or what you should do next.

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In Wyoming, we have the ability to seek physical therapy directly, before seeing a physician. We may suggest a follow up with your physician or recommend additional diagnostic testing, but if physical therapy is appropriate, we can schedule an evaluation appointment. Many insurance companies are waiving cost-sharing responsibilities during this crisis.

The US Department of Homeland Security and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon have declared Physical Therapists essential infrastructure workers because PT’s play a key role in keeping people they can help out of doctor offices and ER’s. This frees up medical teams to treat those impacted by COVID-19 and limits the exposure of those seeking physical therapy care.

If care is most appropriately provided in the clinic, we are able to do so in a manner that is consistent with CDC guidelines, as we operate in the largest facilities in the community, each having up to 10 private treatment rooms and up to 7500 square feet of treatment area. This allows us to continue to provide individualized, one-on-one care to each of our patients, either in isolation or with the recommended 6 or more feet of individualized space.

Fremont Therapy and Rocky Mountain Sports want you to know there is a safe and convenient road to recovery. If you are hurt or in pain, call any of our clinics to request an appointment and start feeling better tomorrow.

For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation, contact:

Fremont Therapy Group–Green River
(307) 875-4654
330 Upland Way

Rocky Mountain Sports & Physical Therapy–Rock Springs
(307) 352-3626
1401 Gateway Blvd, Suite 2


About Fremont Therapy Group & Rocky Mountain Sports

Our Physical Therapists are certified in the following:

  • Hand Therapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Women’s Health
  • Wound Care

Our staff also has advanced training in:

  • Aquatic Therapy
  • Orthopedic Therapy
  • Pain Management 
  • Neck & Back Pain/Injuries
  • Vestibular (Balance)  
  • Manual Therapy
  • Back-to-Work Assessments
  • Industrial Rehab 
  • Sports Injuries

In Sweetwater County, there are many choices for healthcare. We encourage you to take charge of your healthcare dollar and research the best options for you. 

At Rocky Mountain and Fremont Therapy we always offer free consultations to help you decide the right path for your healthcare journey.


You have the right to choose where you seek physical therapy. 
Give us a call today and be on your way to feeling your best.


Riverton Clinic
2002 W. Sunset Dr.
(307) 856-7021

Green River Clinic
330 Upland Way
(307) 875-4654

Lander Clinic
8268 Highway 789
(307) 332-5240

fremonttherapygroup.com

Rock Springs Clinic
1401 Gateway Blvd. #2
(307) 352-3626

Rawlins Clinic
1102 W. Spruce
(307) 370-9175