Outpatient Rehab

Physical Rehab (physical & occupational therapy) is a medical science that specializes in helping a body relieve from pain, heal from injury, perform better in work/play/leisure. Pain relief is achieved with all natural means that involves no side-effects or drugs. Procedures such as the following:

Pressure-Point Release - In this procedure the therapist or clinical assistant searches for muscles that are actively in spasm or causing pain. They then push on the muscle for 1-2 minutes. Initially it will cause soreness but should diminish steadily. This helps to normalize the muscles and improve circulation in that area.

Soft-Tissue Mobilization - The application of movement and force to muscles, ligaments, nerves or other soft-tissue for the purpose of promoting healing and normalization. Can be used to reduce pain. Sometimes discomfort may accompany the procedure.

Joint Mobilization - The application of movement and force to a joint for the purpose of increasing motion and range. Can be used to reduce pain. Sometimes discomfort may accompany the procedure.

Kinetic Activity

Therapeutic Exercises Strengthening and balancing the muscles around your joints are essential for good movement, stability and pain relief. Physical & occupational therapists are the leading experts in helping those with pain, arthritis, obesity, diabetes and heart disease get fit and strong safely.

There are many specialties within the occupational therapy profession. They include, but are not limited to, the following:

1.  Sports Medicine
2.  Geriatric Images
3.  Pediatric
4.  Women’s Health
5.  Industrial/Work Hardening
6.  Ergonomics & Injury Prevention
7.  Strength & Conditioning
8.  Orthopedics
9.  Neurology
10. Oncology Rehab
11. Hand Therapy
12. Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Rehab
13. Lymphatic Massage
14. Weight Loss


Even though there are many specialties and settings within the realm of ‘physical & occupational therapy’, most all therapists are trained to accelerate the body’s own healing process, hasten recovery, promote better movement, foster return to activities that promote quality of life. There are no side-effects, no drugs, or invasive procedures involved with physical & occupational therapy. Typically, the first and best option for most any muscle/joint/nerve/tendon problems, even those that might require surgery since therapy can shorten the recovery time and improve the outcome of the surgery. If you have any questions, just ask your therapist today!

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Clients Testimonials


“I absolutely love Mrs. Z and her staff!! Everyone there is excellent. I have been going to Mrs. Z for about 2 weeks now and she really has moved my progress along without her I would still be in stage 1 recovery. Thank you Mrs. Z


April
 Women Health

Wellness Clinics


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Carter - Physical Rehabiliation

WELLNESS


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