We provide inpatient and outpatient services for conditions including arthritis, cancer rehabilitation, dizziness or vertigo, balance and fall prevention, neurological rehabilitation and orthopedic rehabilitation.
Physical therapy also can help alleviate side effects from cancer surgery and treatment, including pain and fatigue, by developing exercise plans.
Pelvic health is a specialized area of physical therapy that focuses on treating conditions that affect the core, pelvis and hips in both women and men. These are easily treated by physical therapy. Stretching and flexibility exercises, patient education, biofeedback treatment, and manual therapy techniques are successful methods of relief.
You are not alone. This can happen in both women and men as a gradual loss of bladder or bowel control can occur directly related to muscle control and strength of the pelvic floor and related core muscles. An evaluation is available to assess tone, symmetry, sensation and strength. The primary goal of treatment is to increase function and quality of life for each patient.
There is relief. There are many causes of pelvic pain, which include pelvic floor weakness and related hip dysfunctions. These are easily treated by physical therapy. Stretching and flexibility exercises, patient education, biofeedback treatment, as well as manual therapy techniques are successful methods of relief.
Physical therapy can offer exercise strength and flexibility instruction. Our goal is to promote improved posture, spinal stability, and increased bone density through exercise. Instruction in modified body mechanics will be offered to minimize your risk of injury during daily activities and recreation. If you have pain present, physical therapy treatment can minimize discomfort and offer you options for the self-management of pain.
Our post-partum care includes repetitive stress injuries, rib pain, rectus diastasis (separation of stomach muscles), carpal tunnel syndromes, shoulder impediment, and pain secondary to breastfeeding postures.
We can help. Back, neck, hip, and pubic bone pain, as well as sciatica, rectus diastasis (separation of stomach muscles), leg cramps, foot pain, and tingling in the arms and legs does not have to be a normal part of pregnancy or post-partum. Physical therapists are able to assess and treat much of the pain and discomfort associated with pregnancy. With education early in pregnancy regarding posture, stretching and positioning, many of the symptoms can be significantly alleviated or prevented altogether. We can help you stay healthy and learn exercises safely through pregnancy and post-partum to increase spinal stability and prevent symptoms. We will work to make you comfortable through your pregnancy and afterward.
Pregnancy and Postpartum Care
Pain and discomfort does not have to be a normal part of pregnancy or postpartum. Learn how posture, stretching and positioning can significantly ease or prevent many symptoms. We can help you stay healthy and learn exercises safely through pregnancy and postpartum to increase spinal stability and prevent symptoms. We will work to make you comfortable through your pregnancy and afterward.
Both women and men experience a gradual loss of bladder or bowel control, which can occur due to lack of muscle control and strength of the pelvic floor and related core muscles. The primary goal of treatment is to increase your function and quality of life.
Lymphedema is a type of swelling that can occur in the limbs, torso or head due to the buildup of lymphatic fluid just beneath the skin. This usually develops when lymph vessels are damaged or lymph nodes are removed. Surgery and radiation to treat cancer are common causes. Our certified lymphedema therapists are able to treat this chronic condition with gentle, specialized massage, compression garments, exercise and skin care.