What is Physical Therapy?
Physical Therapy promotes optimal human health through a variety of means: heat, cold, light, sound, water, electricity, as well as massage, traction, therapeutic exercise, patient awareness, and self-care procedures that help your body achieve its highest level of well-being. The goals of physical therapy are to restore or achieve maximum movement and function and to relieve pain.
Therapy Services Associates, P.C. can help you with these problems:
Rheumatoid, Osteoarthritis, and other Arthritic conditions of the spine and limbs.
Back and Neck Problems, Osteoporosis, Spinal Cord injuries.
Head, neck and jaw pain and dysfunction.
Soft Tissue Injuries
Bursitis, tendinitis, capsulitis, ruptures, open wounds, ulceration, fibromyalgia.
Muscle strains, sprains, and muscle diseases, myositis.
Fractures, joint separations, dislocations, soft tissue trauma, total joint replacement, and post-operative conditions.
Pre- and post-operative care.
Nerve injuries, pinched nerves, nerve inflammation, strokes, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, head trauma.
Scoliosis, posture dysfunction, preventative care, industrial accident prevention.
Heart attacks, heart disease, post-operative vascular repairs.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, cumulative trauma, low back pain, stress disorders, overuse injuries, sprains, strains, On-site job analysis and Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCA) and Physical Reconditioning.
Overuse injuries, sprains, strains, trauma in casual, serious, or professional athletes.
Other services available include
Aquatic Therapy, Orthotics/Splints/Bracing, Pediatrics, Back Schools, and Post Job Offering Screening.