Physical therapy has been shown to reduce long-term opioid use and can reduce the need for surgery or prepare your body for surgery.
Our Doctor of Physical Therapy will assess your movements, strength, and functional mobility and then develop a treatment plan to improve your ability to move, reduce or manage pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
Physical therapy can help improve:
low back pain, neck pain
shoulder pain, rotator cuff injury
carpal tunnel syndrome
hip pain, hip impingement
knee pain, foot pain
plantar fasciitis, ankle sprain, balance deficits
pelvic floor dysfunction, pre-/postnatal care and fitness
A typical physical therapy treatment involves a:
range of motion and strength assessment
1:1 manual treatment
corrective exercises and prescription of home exercise program.
1:1 manual treatment may include:
soft tissue mobilization
trigger point dry needling
mobilizations with movement
If you have further questions about how physical therapy could help you feel or move better, contact us.