We know sometimes life gets in the way and you can’t always make your appointments. Now you can do it from where ever you are! Whether you are out of town, not feeling well, or home with the kids. We can help! We offer online Physical and Occupational visits.
At OPT, more than 75% of our Physical Therapists are Board Certified Specialists, ensuring that you receive the most up-to-date, evidence based treatment available. You can expect us to listen to you during one-hour appointments, explain your symptoms in ways that you understand, and guide you through a personalized rehabilitation program that fits your busy schedule.
You may have chronic back pain from your job, or you may have just had surgery on your shoulder as a result of an on-the-job injury. Your Physical Therapist will work with you one-on-one each visit to carry out a rehabilitation program that is tailored to your specific condition and job requirements. Treatment may include hands-on manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, body mechanics instruction and pain-relieving modalities.
Physical therapy is definitely part of your recovery.
You can expect that your doctor will want you to begin therapy sessions very soon after you are released from the hospital. Your physical therapist will work with you to manage your pain and swelling, increase your Range of Motion (ROM) – which is the ability to move your joint – and to strengthen your body to improve the way your new joint works to allow you to get back to doing activities more easily.
We also offer Pre-hab to get your body as ready for surgery as possible. This has also been proven to lessen recovery time!
If you are suffering from persistent pain lasting for weeks, months, or even years, you may benefit from evaluation and treatment by a Physical or Occupational Therapist who specializes in chronic pain. Whether you experience chronic headaches, low back pain, arthritis-related pain, fibromyalgia symptoms or widespread neurogenic pain, therapy techniques can help. Your therapist will help you understand the source of your pain and work with you to create a treatment plan that you will be able to tolerate well. Pain relieving modalities, hands-on treatment to improve joint and soft tissue mobility, self-care and home exercise program education may be part of your unique, individualized treatment program.