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Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Orthopedic rehabilitation encompasses a wide range of obstacles, which we will help you to overcome, that may involve the joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and peripheral nerves. These obstacles can be a result of injuries as well as surgeries such as joint replacement. In physical therapy we work with you to resolve your pain, limited motion, gait problems, weakness, balance, and loss of function. We give you the tools you need to help prevent recurrence.
Lymphedema is a chronic but treatable disease that results in an accumulation of lymph fluid (swelling) in parts of the body where lymph nodes or lymphatic vessels are damaged or inadequate. Among the many cause, damage from cancer treatment is the most common. Your treatment may include manual lymphatic drainage and measuring/fitting for lymphedema compression garments, bandages, and devices.
Eleanor “Ellie” Ho, MPT, CLT-LANA is our renowned lymphedema specialist.
Sports Physical Therapy
Athletic injuries are essentially orthopedic injuries which have a sport specific component. Our goal is for you, the athlete, to return you to the sport quickly, while preventing re-injuries through proper warm-up and training procedures. Our program is uncommonly effective, helping return you to previous levels of sports activity through exercises for your trunk and back as well as upper and lower extremities.
Spinal rehabilitation refers to problems with your neck or back. Because of the unique structure of the spine and special problems related to this area, specialized training is necessary to ensure appropriate intervention.
Because the majority of problems are mechanical, relating to specific activities, postures, and life style habits, a mechanical solution is necessary. A thorough evaluation will be performed to identify movements, positions, and activities that aggravate your condition as well as those that will decrease symptoms.
Fitness Conditioning Program
This is the therapist’s approach for you to get into and subsequently stay in shape. A targeted program helps the inactive or underactive prepare for increased physical exertion, by teaching the proper way for you to condition muscles. At the end of your program, you will be able to safely continue your exercise routine at home, in the gym, or outside.
Hand rehabilitation is truly a sub-specialty of orthopedics because of the unique structure, anatomy and functional requirements of the hand, requiring specialized training for your proper rehabilitation. Physical Therapists and physicians work closely to ensure appropriate intervention is being rendered for the specific surgery you have received.
Industrial Rehabilitation (Worker’s Comp)
This program entails job specific exercises that help an employee regain pre-injury competence, increase endurance, and help reduce the likelihood of repetitive movement injury.
Neurological rehabilitation involves injuries, disease and problems related to the central nervous system. In physical therapy, the goal is to achieve your maximal, independent level of function through strengthening, range of motion, coordination and balance training as well as functional activities.