There are several types of physical therapy services offered, depending on the patient’s needs.
Orthopedic Physical Therapy:
Orthopedic physical therapy focuses on conditions and injuries affecting the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, ligaments, and muscles. This type of therapy can help reduce the pain for ailments such as back pain, fractures, and sprains. The goal is to improve mobility, and restore function through exercises, stretches, and other treatments.
Sports Physical Therapy:
Sports physical therapy is a type of physical therapy that focuses on helping athletes recover from injuries and improve their performance. It involves exercises and treatments tailored to the specific demands of each sport, as well as addressing issues related to biomechanics and movement patterns. The goal is to help athletes return to their sport safely and improve their overall performance.
Pediatric Physical Therapy:
Pediatric Physical Therapy is a specialized area of physical therapy that helps children from birth through adolescence. It focuses on improving their physical abilities, including gross and fine motor skills, balance, coordination, strength, and endurance. Pediatric Physical Therapists work with children who have a wide range of conditions, including developmental delays, neurological disorders, genetic disorders, orthopedic injuries, and more. The goal of Pediatric Physical Therapy is to help children reach their maximum potential, improve their quality of life, and achieve independence in daily activities.