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Physical Therapy patients are encouraged to engage in special exercises that decrease pain & discomfort, eventually targeting the cause of pain. Though it is prescribed by physicians as regular over-the-counter medication, it requires a patient's willpower to be carried out effectively. Our physical therapists are there to make this healing process easy & pain-free!

What is Physical Therapy?

A physical therapist helps treat bodily ailments or disabilities through physical intervention. This type of therapy attempts to limit the use of drugs and surgery. Working with your physician, a physical therapist will evaluate your current condition and provide exercises to help alleviate your pain and improve your physical mobility.

What Conditions Require Physical Therapy?

  • Spine Injuries
  • Extremity Injuries
  • Low Back Pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Cervical Pain w/ or w/o Radiculopathy
  • Bursitis
  • Herniated Disc
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Impingement Syndrome
  • Nerve Impingements
  • Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Muscular Strains
  • Ligamentous Sprains
  • Post Surgical Fusion
  • Joint Replacement
  • Disectomy
  • Patellofemoral Dysfunction
  • Post Fracture/ Immobilization
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Pregnancy & Post-partum Back Pain
  • Menisectomy
  • ACL
  • Rotator Cuff Repair

What to Expect during your Visit(s):

Prospective patients should be aware of the different types of appointments when receiving physical therapy:

A. Initial Evaluation

The initial examination is usually your first encounter with your Physical Therapist, and the resulting evaluation creates a foundation for future therapy treatments. Please note that one patient who wishes to obtain treatment for multiple body parts will need one initial evaluation for each body part.

B. Follow-Up

This is every following visit after the first visit. The Physical Therapist will guide you through the course of treatment prescribed during the first visit. The course of treatment depends on the injury and the physical therapist's evaluation.

C. Re-Evaluation

This is an examination of the same body part. This is done in order to determine the progress a patient has made with therapy and if a patient needs more therapy or is ready for a discharge. Expect the examination to be similar to an initial evaluation.

D. Consultation

A brief examination of a condition by a physical therapist which includes a brief explanation of a plan of care.

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