Orthopedic Rehabilitation is a therapeutic approach to recovery, the purpose of which is to correct musculoskeletal limitations and alleviate pain from trauma, illness, or surgery. The musculoskeletal system consists of muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, cartilage so that orthopedic rehab can address any of those structures.
Physical Therapy focuses on enhancing the use of your bone and muscle system, those essential joints, muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments. A skilled physical therapist can get you back on track with your daily activities after surgery, an injury, accident, or illness. What you need is at PT of the city! Physical therapy can treat or contribute in treating almost all muscle and bone problems such as inflammation of joints or bursa, knee instability, joint pain, lower back pain, limited range of movement, Parkinson disease, muscular dystrophy … etc. Your physical therapist works with you to follow treatment plans that meet your goals, challenges, and needs. We aim to relieve your pain with no further need for pain killers that has many side effects, protect you from the need of surgery, maximize your movement, and participate in your recovery.
Our concern is treating Joints pain such as:
HAND: Post Surgery, Splints, Epicondylitis
SHOULDER: Rotator Cuff, Tendonitis, Labral Pathology
NECK: Spasm, Headaches, Trigger Points, Dizziness
BACK: Herniated Disc, Postural Dysfunction, SI Joint, Stenosis, Sciatica
HIP: Osteoarthritis, Bursitis, Labral Pathology, Impingement
KNEE: Tendonitis, ACL, Patellofemoral, Meniscus, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, Osteoarthritis
ANKLE And FOOT: Plantar Fascistic, Sprain, Strain, Shin Splints, Achilles Injury
ACL AND MENISCUS TEARS
Pre- and Post-Operative Rehabilitation
Trigger point release
Myofascial pain syndrome
Post fractures rehabilitations
The purpose of orthopedic rehab is to help you regain function in your body as quickly and effectively as possible. One of the major benefits of rehab is returning to what you love doing.
While re-establishing your ability to perform your favorite activities might be your top goal, orthopedic rehabilitation also offers many additional advantages:
Pre-Surgery Diagnosis – Your Innovative Pain and Wellness physician may recommend orthopedic rehabilitation as a diagnostic tool to help determine if you would benefit from surgery. Many injuries, while painful, may not require surgery at all.
Post-Surgical Care – Orthopedic rehabilitation is very important after surgery. Depending on the type of surgery performed, physical therapy is used to help you improve mobility, restore function, and increase strength.
If you don’t receive physical therapy after surgery, your injury or condition may take longer to heal, or it may even return because of not receiving the right kind of post-operative therapy.