to treat many musculoskeletal problems.
Bone and muscle connected by joints, ligaments and tendons usually do our bidding without complaint. As we move, work and play, the system combining leverage and strength seems virtually invincible. However, our bones and muscles are subject to injury, disease or the aging process.
That’s why we treat torn rotator cuffs, worn, damaged knee and hip joints, broken bones and bruised or torn muscles and connective tissues. Along with our vast experience treating these injuries, we are trained to treat patients suffering from diseases including arthritis, osteoporosis and fibromyalgia.
When surgery is the first course of treatment, orthopedic physicians frequently call upon us to provide postoperative treatment. We can reduce or eliminate the pain and lost function that so often follow injury or disease afflicting bones and connecting soft tissues.
Our reputation for successful collaboration with referring physicians means that our patients always receive the latest treatment techniques and hands-on, continuous care throughout their rehabilitation and recovery.
Recovery will depend on a variety of factors, including the severity and duration of the problem. We provide treatment, from start to finish, delivered by the same highly trained physical therapist for continuity of care.
The strength of our relationships with our patients and with referring physicians is based upon our consistency, quality of care, trust and results.