Our physical therapists are trained in treating musculoskeletal dysfunction. They work in conjunction with our medical doctors to relieve your pain and restore your mobility and function so that you may move better and pain-free. Through a combination of stretching, exercising, electronic stimulation, we help you treat your pain at the source. Whether you are seeking relief from existing conditions or are looking to take preventative actions, our physical therapists are there to help every step of the way.
Sports Medicine – Whether you’re training for a marathon, are seeking rehabilitation from an injury, are striving to improve your athletic performance or are in recovery post-marathon, we’ve got you covered.
As movement specialists, we help your body move the way it should through a combination of several therapies to provide for an effective rehabilitative program, including stretching, strengthening exercises, electrical stimulation and therapeutic ultrasound.
Electric stimulation – Like the name, this modality is a type of therapeutic treatment which sends low levels of electrical currents to the affected tissues to treat pain and muscle spasms. In our facility, it is never used on its own but rather in conjunction with physical therapy to supplement your rehabilitation program. There are different types of electric stimulation techniques; your physical therapist will determine which is the most appropriate for your condition before applying it.
Maintenance is the most critical component to achieving your optimal wellness. Progress can only be made through consistent visits. Your physical therapist may recommend specific exercises that you can do at home so that your body can continue to learn its previous functions.
Common Conditions That Physical Therapists Treat
- Back and neck pain
- Bulging or herniated discs
- Torn ACL
- Torn Rotator Cuff
- Tennis Elbow
- Golfer’s Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel
- Plantar Fasciitis
You should see a physical therapist if….
- Your mobility is impacting your day-to-day function and affecting your quality of life
- You’re seeking non-surgical treatment options
- You require rehabilitation post-injury
- Your range of motion is limited and you’d like to improve it
- You’d like to improve your performance pre-marathon
- You need rehabilitation post-surgery