Muscles and connective tissues may be strained and sprained, shortened by poor posture, or injured by repetitive activities with improper body mechanics. Physical therapy is a skilled healthcare practice which evaluates and treats patients to improve their strength, range of motion, balance, posture, flexibility and functional mobility after an injury, surgery, or illness. Patients seek treatment for a variety of conditions which impact their ability to participate in sports, recreational activities or activities of daily living. Physical therapists use specific exercises to reduce pain, help your body get and stay in balance, prevent further injury, and restore your well-being.
As highly trained healthcare professionals, our physical therapists partner with”in-house” or referring doctors to create and follow an Integrated Treatment Plan, which acts as a road-map to achieve your goals. When your primary care physician or specialists refers you to physical therapy, a physical therapist will complete your exam and begin your treatment. We collaborate closely with your other healthcare professionals to coordinate your care and keep them informed about your progress.
As experts in active care and how to musculoskeletal system functions, or physical therapists will guide your through exercises appropriate for your specific conditions to help restore function and improve flexibility, strength, balance, coordination and agility. Active care is an essential part of our philosophy of restoring joint function and achieving mobility.
Our Physical Therapists will: