Chronic pain and post-operative pain can sometimes feel unbearable. Fortunately, physical therapy is a great tool to help you manage your pain so you can get back onto the road to recovery.
The physical therapy specialists at CPC Multi-Specialty Group utilize a variety of contemporary medical techniques that can help you feel the way you did pre-injury. If you have been experiencing acute or chronic pain of any type, the physical therapists at CPC Multi-Specialty Group can help. We are a physical therapy clinic focused on exercise, strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, and manual therapy. Our goal is to help improve your physical strength, reduce pain and avoid recurrence of future injury.
Conditions We Treat
Physical therapy has been used to help patients suffering from a wide range of conditions, including:
Your Physical Therapy Options
The type of physical therapy you receive will depend on your symptoms, such as pain severity, type, location, and whether your pain radiates to elsewhere in your body.
Without timely medical care, minor aches and pains can soon become chronic or excruciating – or both. It is the same with post-operative care. If your post-op pain or other symptoms get worse instead of better, contact your doctor right away.
Should you need physical rehabilitation after an injury, the therapists at CPC Multi-Specialty Group offer many treatment options, including:
Out of all the reasons people seek physical therapy, orthopedic issues are the most common. Problems with the bones, muscles, and other soft tissue are easy to put off dealing with – so can become progressively more painful over time.
The techniques our physical therapists employ include manual, hands-on manipulation of soft tissue and realignment of bones. We also utilize other therapies that can strengthen muscles and increase flexibility and endurance – which, in turn, can help relieve your discomfort.
Proper balance is heavily intertwined with the functioning of the inner ear and brain. Problems can lead to incorrect signaling to the brain, resulting in symptoms like dizziness, unsteadiness, or vertigo. With vestibular physical therapy, we help you address these issues to restore your balance.
Neurological physical therapy can help you regain movement, strength, and balance impaired as a result of damage to the body’s nervous system (the brain and spine). For example, physical therapy can help patients with disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, or those who have suffered a stroke.