How can orthopedic rehab help me?
Orthopedic rehabilitation can help with musculoskeletal disorders. It can help you to recover from multiple diseases and trauma. If you have an injury or condition that affects your muscles, bones, joints, or muscles then our orthopedic rehabilitation techniques can help you find healing and relief from pain.
How does orthopedic physical therapy work?
The goal of our orthopedic rehab sessions is to help you restore movement to the affected areas. When you have become injured, working with an orthopedic physical therapist is the first step to recovery. My team and I can walk you through an individualized treatment program to get you back to you once were.
How long will it take for me to start seeing and feeling results from orthopedic physical therapy services?
After sustaining an orthopedic injury, your best shot at making a full recovery is to work with a physical therapist to target any problem areas. Depending on your current condition or injury, it may take days to weeks or months for you to make a full recovery. Here at Evolve, my team and I know that every individual body is different. This is why our holistic approach to physical therapy and healing can help you start to see the results you need.
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What conditions can orthopedic rehab help me with?
There are many conditions that orthopedic rehabilitation can help with including the following:
Fractures: After a complete or partial break in your bone it is very important that you take part in an orthopedic physical therapy plan. The exercises that my team and I can teach you during sessions can help you to restore function and mobility.
Muscle Strains: If you are an athlete or recreational sports player you are probably no stranger to muscle strains. The exercises that we incorporate into your wellness plan can help you with pain management and restoring your muscles.
Ligament Sprains: Orthopedic physical therapy services are also beneficial to ligament sprains and can help speed up the recovery process.
Post-Surgery: One of the most frequent reasons for having orthopedic rehab is to recover from surgery. Those who complete a physical therapy program are much more likely to increase their chance at a full recovery post-surgery.
Tendonitis: This condition occurs when your muscles have become inflamed. Through a mix of physical therapy exercises and stretching you can start to promote healing to your muscles.
Common Orthopedic Surgeries the Require Physical Therapy
If you are an athlete or have been injured, you may have to have surgery first prior to starting a physical therapy program. Below we’ve highlighted a few of the most common surgeries that require orthopedic physical therapy services.
- ACL Reconstruction
- Rotator Cuff Repair
- Joint Surgeries
- Other Knee and Shoulder Surgeries
How can a certified orthopedic therapist help you start to heal?
- Strengthening Physical Therapy Exercises
- Flexibility and Stretching Movements
- Exercises that Improve Your Range of Motion
- They can Help You Improve Balance
- Functional Mobility and Endurance Exercises
Are there tools that may be involved in an orthopedic therapy program?
During the course of your custom orthopedic therapy there are a few different tools that can be used to help you with recovery during your sessions.
- Exercise Equipment
- Assistance devices (walkers, canes, etc.)
- Massage Instruments
Do you need orthopedic therapy services?
If you have had an accident or injury, or chronic condition that is affecting your musculoskeletal system, orthopedic therapy can be beneficial to you. Here at Evolve, my team and I can work with you to find the exercises and treatment methods that work for you. Give us a call today to schedule your first consultation.
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