Rehab Orthopedic Medicine Unveils New Website
Rehab Orthopedic Medicine, a trail-blazer in the field of non-surgical treatment, has gone live with a sleek new website that gives visitors a clear path to relief.
May 1, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Rehab Orthopedic Medicine has long had an informative website; but, to keep up with the changing needs of clients, they decided to make it even better. Setting up camp on the WordPress platform, they now have infinite expansion capacity. And, in business, the ability to grow and change is critical to success. As new client needs are identified, they now have a way to easily respond and satisfy those needs through their website.
An ideal website is the online version of Grand Central Station; and, that is what Rehab Orthopedic Medicine has achieved. Visitors can not only learn about their services, but read up on the various non-surgical treatment options. Now, appointments can be requested without even picking up the phone!
The website is seen as the front door to the business and, as such, was built in strict alignment with Rehab Orthopedic Medicine's business principles. The goal of this project was to improve the user experience, and to better meet the needs patients and other visitors. The old site was good, but the design had constraints that didn't allow it to reach its full potential as a valuable resource on non-surgical treatment. The new site better aligns with their vision to make healthcare instantly accessible and painless. The hard part should be the therapy!
Since the website went live, Rehab Orthopedic Medicine is already seeing the benefit of the upgrade. The search engines like what is new, properly optimized and visitor friendly. With that being the case at www.rehaborthopedicmedicine.com, the website alone helped them jump quite a few inches up in the rankings. And, with more people finding the site, more people can get the relief they are looking for!
According to the site, Rehab Orthopedic Medicine is, "here to help you make informed decisions and encourage you to consider non-surgical treatment options before undergoing surgery." Their new professional website goes a long way to provide the educational resources patients need to make those life-changing decisions.
Categories: Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy