What Can Physical Therapy Help Treat?
Physical therapy can treat a variety of injuries and conditions, including:
- Impaired Mobility and Strength
- Acute and Chronic Pain
- Heart and Lung Disease
- Neurological Impairments
- Sports Injuries
Impaired Mobility and Strength
Physical therapy can be effective in improving mobility and reduced daily functioning resulting from range of motion restrictions or strength deficits from your injury or condition. Our therapists aim to get you back on your feet with the best possible quality of life you can have. Stretching, range of motion, strength, and functional exercises may be part of your treatment plan.
Acute and Chronic Pain
Using manual therapy techniques, joint mobilizations or manipulations, and therapeutic exercises and activities, our physical therapists can help reduce your pain and prevent it from returning.
Heart and Lung Disease
Physical therapy can help improve your strength, endurance, and exercise capacity.
By guiding you through breathing techniques and monitoring personalized exercises, our therapists can also help improve conditions related to the heart and lungs such as stroke, heart attack, asthma, COPD, or chronic bronchitis.
Our providers will assess your condition and create a personalized plan to help improve heart-related issues or make your body more efficient at using oxygen and supplying blood to your body to optimize cardiovascular function.
Physical therapy can address neurological compromises resulting in pain, weakness, vertigo, and impaired balance. Our physical therapists can offer certain maneuvers and exercises to manage conditions that result in dizziness and vertigo. Manual therapy techniques and mobilizations can also assist in reducing neurological pain.
Our physical therapists can help you get back into the game or the gym after a sports injury. They can guide you through exercises, pain management techniques, and stretches to aid in rehabilitation.
Strained muscles, sprained ligaments, and other injuries to the knees, elbows, hips, or other areas of the body are treatable. Your physical therapist will work to alleviate your pain and restore your range of motion and function.
Physical therapy offers a range of benefits, and can help you recover after an accident, injury, or surgery.
If you think you could benefit from our physical therapy services or if you've been prescribed physical therapy, contact us today!
If you don't yet have a prescription, or think physical therapy is right for you, don't hesitate to contact us. We will gladly help determine if you are a good candidate for physical therapy.