Therapeutic Exercise

Refers to exercises focally directed to specific muscles of muscle groups with intent to increase stabilization at a joint, improve mobility around a joint, increase the flexibility of specific musculature, enhance balance and proprioception, and improve the overall strength of the musculature involved. Therapeutic exercise is an important part of any rehabilitation program; however, it is NOT formal physical therapy. In contrast this is a good treatment option that often is, and usually should, be introduced in conjunction with other treatment modalities and manual techniques.

These are the most common treatment types:

We treat ages 8 to 100 years of age for orthopedic injuries acute, chronic, repetitive, and post surgical. Regardless of your age or type of injury physical therapy will facilitate and accelerate your recovery!