INTRODUCTION

Our patients enjoy the "One to One" individual attention in our small personable office setting. We are experienced in treating a wide range of diagnoses affecting adolescents to centurions, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit their abilities to move or perform functional activities as well as they would like in their daily lives. Because of this vast area there is a division of specialties. What one therapist specializes in depends on his preference, training and experience. Most therapists focus on one of the following major categories:

  1. Early Intervention (newborns),
  2. Sports Physical Therapy,
  3. Cardiac Physical Therapy,
  4. Wound Care,
  5. Neurological Disorders (strokes),
  6. Geriatrics.

Success in treatment depends on the patient's commitment to do their part. The patient must take the responsibility for their own care. Physical Therapy treatments are performed in a hospital setting (inpatient), privately owned clinics (outpatient), or in the patient's home (home care). There is a set criteria which determines where the patient will receive their physical therapy treatment. Your doctor or physical therapist is the best source for this information. Regardless of your need for therapy regular stretching should be a part of your daily routine.

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Stretching is a good start to your daily routine