Our treatment plans go beyond traditional physical therapy clinics that typically place clients on static equipment for improperly supervised exercises. You will be guided through the treatment process by fully licensed physical therapists (not aides or assistants).
Our Physical Therapy teams delivers a one-on-one, multi-disciplinary treatment approach to patients. The treatment program is tailored around the patient’s goals from the first session on and continues with frequent updates as you progress.The patient is lead from the initial healing stages through an appropriately aggressive Physical Therapy treatment program. The end result is maximized functional capability.
We also perform functional movement screenings which allow the therapist to analyze the biomechanics of your body to detect weaknesses, muscle imbalances,and physical limitations which help us design optimize your training plan for faster, more effective results and to help with preventing future injuries.
Post-Surgical Rehabilitation and Healing
After surgery, it is important that therapy is guided by the appropriate post-surgical protocol. As experienced physical therapists, we can tailor our efforts to improve your well-being and help you to achieve your individual goals.
What slows the rehabilitation process?
Severe, prolonged inflammation results in less-effective repair of damaged tissues
Increased scar tissue (compacted collagen) results in weaker and less flexible tissue
Infection leads to increased swelling, slowed healing and degeneration of tissue
Reduced circulation, oxygen supply and tissue drainage results in poor wound healing
Existing conditions that already impact healing such as diabetes, hypothyroidism and Cushing’s syndrome
What speeds the healing process?
Rest or immobilization of the affected area is helpful for recovery. A splint or a removable brace may also assist stabilization during the recovery period.
Consuming enough fluids to avoid dehydration (Water is preferable)
Adequate nutrient intake
The wise use of antibiotics in the case of infection