If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, playing sports, from a slip and fall, or if you’ve recently had surgery, physical rehabilitation may be an effective way to help reduce your pain and improve your mobility.
Physical therapy can be helpful when recovering from a range of different injuries and conditions and is a non-surgical way to get the relief you need. If you’d like to learn more and get the process started, get in touch with us today for a free consultation.
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What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy refers to exercises, movements, and stretches using both bodyweight and special equipment to help manage pain, mobility issues, and other conditions. The idea is to treat your pain and physical issues without the use of surgery or medication. This allows us to target the underlying cause of your pain and use non-invasive methods to get you feeling like your old self again. This alternative approach has proven its effectiveness in helping people from all walks of life.
The benefits of physical therapy will vary depending on the unique circumstances of your situation, but most people can expect the following:
- Effective pain relief without the need for dangerous medications
- Pain relief without the need for surgery
- Better mobility and range of motion in the affected areas
- Quicker recovery from physical injuries or trauma
- Improved balance and coordination
- Fall prevention
- Better management of several age-related issues
Who Should Consider Physical Rehabilitation?
Physical rehabilitation is an effective treatment modality for people who experience pain from a wide range of issues.
Whether you’ve been injured in an auto accident, hurt yourself playing sports, had a slip and fall accident, or have a degenerative condition that causes regular pain, a sound physical therapy program can help.
There are many risks involved in treating these kinds of issues with drugs or surgery. Surgery is usually quite invasive and can lead to the build-up of scar tissue around the affected joint, and medication tends to be addictive and can have a negative long-term effect on your entire life.
In some cases, physical rehabilitation will be prescribed after surgery, but quite often, it can also help you avoid surgery in the first place.
Some of the conditions that can benefit from physical therapy include:
- Herniated discs
- Plantar fasciitis
- Disc injuries
- Ligament tears
- Cartilage damage
- And more
Are you looking for physical rehabilitation? Call us today at (917) 717-0026 to set up a free consultation, and we will assess your condition and create a treatment plan to help you find the relief you’ve been looking for.