What Is the Role of a Physical Therapist?
Physical therapy is a form of rehabilitation that involves individualized sessions incorporating exercises, neuromuscular reeducation and manual techniques to increase strength, restore range of motion, and relieve pain. Most people can benefit from physical therapy. Those who might find physical therapy most useful include post-operative patients, athletes of all ages and abilities recovering from sports-related injuries, desk workers with poor postural deficits and elderly patients dealing with chronic issues, just to name a few.
Some of the many conditions physical therapy can help improve include:
- Joint pain
- Sports-related injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Gait training and running analysis
- Headaches and neck pain
- Spinal conditions
The personal attention and care he gives to his patients is unmatched in the field. He takes your concerns seriously and actually LISTENS to them unlike many other medical professionals.- Alex G.
In my opinion, what really sets Matthew apart is his ability to pay attention to the individual and understand each person's idiosyncratic needs. I cannot recommend him highly enough.- Azi E.
Time goes by so fast during every appointment! He also has his therapy pup in the office sometimes, and he's an absolute lovebug! Highly recommended!- Jessica Y.
She goes above and beyond for her clients and I leave every session feeling a million times better and well equipped to continue the improvements via a customized treatment plan. Alexis is such a warm, friendly and helpful person, I can’t recommend h- Eleanor D.
Patients choose Lifestyle Physical Therapy because our team is compassionate and dedicated to whole-body healing focusing on holistic approach to therapy. We realize no two patients are the same, and thus their treatment and plan of care shouldn’t be the same. We individualize your physical therapy program to meet your unique needs and goals and focus on treating the underlying causes that brought you to our office to ensure the symptoms are resolved for good. We do this through a combination approach of therapeutic exercises, neuromuscular reeducation, manual techniques, patient education helping the body heal itself quickly and safely.
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