We treat a large variety of pre/post- surgical injuries and conditions. Injuries such as neck and back pain, or shoulder tendinitis, can be treated with orthopedic rehabilitation, along with carpal tunnel syndrome, knee and ankle sprains and hip pains. Orthopedic rehabilitation is often needed as well for post-surgery patients to aid in the healing process.
Vestibular Rehabilitation is a specific form of therapy used to treat dizziness caused by vestibular disorders such as Positional Vertigo. Specialized exercises are used to improve gaze and gait stabilization in order to alleviate symptoms.
Sport Injury Rehabilitation
Sports injuries to all body parts can often be treated through strengthening, stretching and conditioning programs. Physical therapy can help heal the injury as well as aid in the prevention of future injury.
Pediatric rehabilitation focuses specifically on the needs of children and infants. It can be used to address many issues such as developmental delays, congenital conditions and acquired disabilities, like torticollis.
We offer aquatic therapy as an alternative to traditional in office physical therapy, using the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance.
Functional Capacity Evaluation
A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s work-related abilities performed by our physical therapist. These can be needed for disability or worker's compensation claims.
Rehabilitation with neurological approach helps people with diseases, trauma, or disorders of the nervous system. A neurological rehab program is designed to meet the needs of the individual patient, depending on the specific problem or disease with the goal of helping the patient return to the highest level of function and independence possible, while improving the overall quality of life.
Pre- and Post-Operative Care
Pre & post-operative rehabilitation is used to provide a rapid recovery utilizing the best possible exercise programs. Our therapists maintain close communication with your physician in order to fully understand what the patient is undergoing and to prepare an individual treatment plan.
Work Hardening and conditioning is a highly structured, goal-oriented, individualized treatment program designed to maximize a person's ability to return to work. Included are activities designed to improve overall physical condition, including strength, endurance, and coordination specific to work activity.