About Physical Therapy
Physical therapy is the non-surgical treatment of joints and muscles. We implement specialized strength and movement training and education to help you regain normal function, decrease pain and promote healing. By using evidence-based, non-surgical therapy, our physical therapists can treat a variety of conditions. Physical therapy is an essential element in rehabilitation, and is used across our continuum of care: inpatient, outpatient, home health and neuro-transitional rehabilitation.
Our Approach to Outpatient Treatment
We have one goal: to get you back to work, back on the field or just back to your normal life. If you’ve suffered an injury or an illness that’s caused you to lose function, physical therapy can help. From high-level athletes to post-surgery recovery, our certified physical therapists can help you regain your lost function. Every patient is unique, that’s why our philosophy is to create an individualized treatment plan that’s centered on your specific needs.
Our outpatient physical therapists commonly treat the following conditions:
- Lower back, shoulder and neck pain
- Knee pain
- Sports-related injuries
- Fractures and breaks
- Spinal disk problems
- Chronic headaches
- Cancer treatment
- Degenerative disk and joint disease of the spine
- Muscle, tendon and ligament tears
- Joint inflammation
- Strains and sprains
- Myofascial pain of the back or neck
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
Our Approach to Home Health Treatment
The biggest focus of our physical therapists is mobility in the home. We use physical therapy to promote and increase strength in order to improve your range of motion. This includes gaining the strength for safer walking and safer transfers. We will work with you to greatly improve your overall independence and give you back confidence to move throughout your home safely.