Physical Therapy school focuses on general orthopedic conditions and the most common illnesses, so every Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant comes out of school ready to treat. However, the best treatment strategies are actually learned post-graduation through EXTENSIVE continuing education and clinical experience. A few of our specialties include Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Senior Rehabilitation, Pelvic Health, Pregnancy and Postpartum, and Lymphatics.
Women have a tendency to accept pelvic issues such as incontinence and painful intercourse as normal. The truth is these conditions may be common but they do not have to be the normal. Physical therapy can help.
Men's Health addresses the many diagnoses that affect the pelvic floor ranging from incontinence to Erectile Dysfunction. Pelvic floor issues is often a hidden instigator for other orthopedic issues as well but often ignored.
Orthopedic conditions range from sports injury to post surgical. Injuries include sprains, strains and pains in joints, muscles, and ligaments.
Life doesn't stop at 65. It is only more important to stay active and physically fit. To prevent falls, reduce pain and improve balance, physical therapy is great option for seniors to live their fullest, safest lives.
Mom's are grossly undertreated during pregnancy and certainly postpartum. The health of mom is just as important as the health of the baby. Moms should not accept pain, incontinence, and weakness after pregnancy and we're here to get them to where they want to be.
Lymphedema occurs when there is a mechanical insufficiency in the lymphatic system (such as lymph node removal with cancer) resulting in swelling. Specialized techniques are used to decrease swelling, promote drainage and positively influence the immune system.