Physical Therapy can help address a wide spectrum of disabling injuries and illnesses. The major goal of treatment is to restore function and thereby improve quality of life.
Even if there is no definitive cure for the underlying condition, by emphasizing functional progress such as improvement in movement or strength, physical therapy can reduce pain and other disabling symptoms.
Injuries We Address
- Neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Upper extremity repetitive strain injuries
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injuries
- Pain control measures to help patients participate more fully in the rehabilitation program
- Electrical stimulation
- Therapeutic injections to control pain and inflammation
- Therapeutic exercise to regain flexibility, strength and endurance
- Electromyography (EMG): a type of neuromuscular testing used to diagnose neuromuscular conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome or a pinched spinal nerve by measuring the electrical function of muscles and nerves