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Physical Therapy Services



What is Physical Therapy?

Your Primary Care Provider might suggest this type of treatment if you’ve had an injurty or illness that makes it hard to do daily tasks. People of all ages benefit from physical therapy and it can treat a variety of health problems. Our licensed professionals will examine and assess your needs. They’ll ask you questions about your pain and other symptoms, your ability to move or do everyday tasks, how well you sleep, and your medical history. The objective is to determine a diagnosis of your condition, why you have the condition, inclusing impairments that either caused or are a result of the condition and develop a plan of care to address each.


Why would I need Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy is care that aims to ease pain and help you function, move, and live better. You may need it to:

  • Relieve Pain.
  • Improve Movement or Ability.
  • Prevent or recover from a sports injury.
  • Prevent disability or surgery.
  • Rehabilitation after a stroke, accident, injury, or surgery.
  • Work on balance to prevent a slip or fall.
  • Manage a chronic illness like diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis.
  • Recover after you give birth.
  • Control your bowels or bladder.
  • Adapt to an artificial limb.
  • Learn to use assistive devices like a walker or cane.
  • Get a splint or brace.

What can I expect at my therapy?

Your physical therapist will administer tests to measure:

  • How well you can move around, reach, bend or grasp.
  • How well you walk or climb steps.
  • Your heartbeat or rhythm while active.
  • Your posture or balance.

After their tests, they’ll work with you to create a treatment plan. It will include your personal goals like functioning and feeling better, plus exercises or other treatments to help you reach them. Some treatments may include:

  • Exercises or stretches guided by your therapist.
  • Massage, heat, or cold therapy, warm water therapy, or ultrasound to eas muscle pain or spasms.
  • Rehabe to help you learn to use an artificial limb.
  • Practice with gadgets that help you move or stay balance, like a cane or walker. 

Your therapist will watch your progress and adjust your treatments as necessary. You can do the exercises your therapist teaches you at home between sessions. This will help you stay on track and improve your fitness.


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