Injury, illness and surgery can make it hard to move.
When this happens, you may need the assistance of a physical therapist who is specially trained to assess your condition, improve your mobility and help you return to doing the things that you love.
Our physical therapists can help with:
Mobility, walking and endurance
If you are having difficulty with walking or moving, physical therapy can help by identifying the underlying causes. Specific strengthening, stretching, endurance or special techniques help you get back to moving.
Flexibility and strengthening
When weakness or stiffness in your body keeps you from doing what you love, our therapists can guide you. We develop personalized strengthening and stretching programs which may include core strengthening, Pilates, yoga and weight training or other specialized exercises to meet your needs.
Sports, work or daily activities can result in pain, weakness or stiffness. Physical therapists (PTs) with special training work to reduce your pain and improve your mobility and strength.
When you have back pain, our PTs can help you to return to the activities you enjoy. Utilizing the latest techniques and research, PTs will develop an individualized program for you to relieve pain, restore mobility, and improve flexibility and strength.
Whether you are a recreational or competitive athlete, you want to get back to your sport as quickly as possible. Our PTs have advanced training in the evaluation and treatment of the most common injuries in your sport. We use the most current research available to develop a treatment program and provide you with the best care.
Balance problems and dizziness
Whether you have concerns about your balance or are experiencing dizziness, our PTs can help so that you can resume work, home, or sports activities safely. We use the latest technology and research to provide you with the best care.
If you have lymphedema, our specially trained therapists will evaluate and develop an individualized care plan that emphasizes self-management at home. Treatment options may include lymphatic massage, compression bandaging, recommendations for a compression garment and exercise.
PTs can help you with a variety of concerns, including incontinence, pelvic pain and other conditions affecting the bowel, bladder and pelvic floor.
Common reasons for physical therapy:
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Orthopedic conditions
- Balance problems
- Muscle strains and soft tissue sprains
- Incontinence/pelvic pain
- Pediatric Therapy