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Physical Therapy

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Regain and Restore Pain-Free
Health and Movement

Through soft tissue and joint work, taping, braces, ultrasounds, and electric stimulation, our physical therapists work to decrease your pain and inflammation, accelerate your healing, and restore your endurance, strength, and range of motion. Our diverse suite of physical therapy programs treats complications related to musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries, osteoporosis, chronic pain, age-related conditions, arthritis, balance disorders, cardiopulmonary conditions, neurological disorders, stroke, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s disease, and brain injuries. Our most popular physical therapy treatments are detailed below.

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Conditions We Treat

The list of conditions below merely scratches the surface of what we treat, and is not all-encompassing. If you don’t see your condition among those listed, don’t worry. Reach out to the location nearest you and our teams will connect you with your local Anodyne expert.  

Sports Injury

Knee Pain

Lower Back Pain

Orthopedic

Geriatric

Neurological

Cardiovascular and Pulmonary

Vestibular

Decongestive

Sports Injury

Physical therapy can help if you’ve experienced a new sports injury or are experiencing a recurring injury. Through specialized mobilization and release techniques, taping, exercises, and movement pattern assessments, our physical therapists will work with you to alleviate your pain and restore mobility. Our physical therapists work to not only help you recover from your injury, but also to prevent future injuries, and help you achieve your optimal athletic performance.

Knee Pain

Physical therapy begins with a complete assessment and evaluation of your lower extremity—from hip to foot. Through strength training exercises (strong leg muscles take stress off your knees), mild electric stimulation, and modalities, our knee pain physical therapists work to relieve your knee pain, strengthen your leg muscles, and improve the overall mobility of your knees.

Lower Back Pain

Physical therapy targets the leading cause of your lower back pain—poor posture—and may be recommended to you if you experience frequent or extended periods of lower back pain. Our physical therapists work with you to assess your back strength, range of motion, and posture in order to customize exercises and strength training.

Orthopedic

Physical therapy treats musculoskeletal injuries involving muscles, bones, ligaments, fascias, and tendons. Our physical therapists may recommend this form of physical therapy for you if you’ve experienced a fracture, sprain, tendonitis, bursitis, or are rehabilitating and recovering from orthopedic surgery. Techniques used include joint mobilizations, manual therapy, strength training, mobility training, and other modalities.

Geriatric

Physical therapy is especially beneficial if you are older and have a condition impacting your mobility and physical function—including arthritis, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease, a hip or joint replacement, a balance disorder, or incontinence. Our geriatic physical therapists work to restore your mobility, reduce your pain, and increase your physical fitness level.

Neurological

Physical therapy is a good fit for you if you have a neurological disorder or condition such as Alzheimer’s disease, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or have suffered a stroke, spinal cord injury, or brain injury. Our neurological physical therapists work with you to increase limb responsiveness, treat paralysis, and increase your muscle strength by reducing muscle atrophy.

Cardiovascular and Pulmonary

Physical therapy is especially beneficial if you’ve been affected by a cardiopulmonary condition or a surgical procedure. This physical therapy program improves your breathing and aerobic capacity by teaching you more effective breathing techniques during monitored exercise sessions. By improving your cardiopulmonary function, your body becomes more efficient at using oxygen—increasing your physical endurance and stamina.

Vestibular

Physical therapy can help treat dizziness, vertigo, or balance problems you’re experiencing as a result of inner ear conditions. Our physical therapists work with you on a number of exercises and manual techniques designed to relieve your dizziness and help you regain your balance and coordination.

Decongestive

Physical therapy is beneficial if you suffer from fluid buildup—especially the accumulation of lymph. Through specialized exercises and stretching techniques, our physical therapists help move and drain excess fluid from your soft body tissue areas.