Physical therapy is an essential component of physical rehabilitation, and it can help patients return to their activities of daily living with confidence and comfort. Physical therapy focuses on improving a patient’s mobility, strength, and range of motion. The on-site physical therapists combine several modalities to help patients feel better and restore their ability to be independent. Physical therapy is similar to occupational therapy, which focuses on recovering fine motor skills that help patients perform common daily tasks.
Among other treatment methods, therapists use electrical stimulation, ultrasound, heat and ice therapy, therapeutic exercises, and gait training to progressively improve patients’ recovery status. Patients should wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing to their physical therapy sessions.
Physical therapy can help with sports injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, post-operation and pre-operation patients, car accident injuries, etc. The on-site physical therapists establish good rapport with our patients and listen to their needs to provide them with quality care.
The on-site physical therapists work with other doctors such as acupuncturists, orthopedic doctors and pain management doctors to establish a treatment plan. Sessions typically last 30 minutes, and long-term treatment can last from 6-8 weeks to 16 or more weeks depending on the severity of the injuries. The physical therapists take most health insurances. Please call or visit our office for more information.
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