Harding Physical Therapy

Accidents, injuries, and health problems can happen to any of us, and it’s often something we can’t prevent. Depending on the level of pain you’re experiencing, you might think it’s best to handle it on your own. However, this isn’t always a good or safe choice and can lead to your injury getting worse and causing you more pain. Many people rely on physical therapy to help you recover faster and prevent any programs from getting worse.
At Cawley Physical Therapy, we provide physical therapy in Harding, PA, to patients with a wide range of injuries and health problems. We’ll determine the best treatment route for you and provide dedicated care to help you recover.
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What Treatments Do Physical Therapists Provide?

If you’ve never been to physical therapy before, you might have some questions regarding what will happen during your first appointment. Physical therapists provide various treatment methods for their patients depending on their specific needs, so what your treatment requires might be different than someone else.
Here are some of the treatments we offer to patients at Cawley Physical Therapy.

Exercises and Stretches

Exercises and stretches are likely the treatment methods that people are most familiar with when it comes to physical therapy. A physical therapist will teach you specific exercises to help rebuild muscle in the injured area. Stretches also help improve a patient’s mobility as they recover. Many people who get physical therapy will be assigned to complete certain exercises and stretches.

Laser Therapy

Deep tissue laser therapy can be used as a part of a patient’s treatment to relieve pain and help reduce inflammation. Laser therapy is non-invasive, painless, and helps damaged cells heal while encouraging new cell growth, both of which help an injury heal. Another reason that laser therapy is a beneficial part of physical therapy is that it can help treat a wide range of aches and pains, although it’s not meant for everyone.

Aquatic Physical Therapy

Aquatic physical therapy is similar to the exercises and movements you would do in regular physical therapy, but the work is done in water instead. This can be a more effective and safer method for patients who can’t handle much pressure on their joints. Aquatic physical therapy is a low-impact treatment that can be used for patients with arthritis, balance issues, as a part of post-surgery rehab, and more. 

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

For those with a soft tissue injury, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization may be used as a part of their treatment. This uses handheld devices that are pressed into the skin. Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization helps soft tissue injuries heal properly while reducing pain in the injured area. 

See a Physical Therapist in Harding, PA, Today

While pain can be an unavoidable part of life, it isn’t something that you have to deal with alone. Regardless of the cause of your pain or the level of pain you’re experiencing, you don’t want to go without proper care. Physical therapy can help you speed up your recovery time while relieving pain and protecting yourself for the future. At Cawley Physical Therapy, we provide individualized treatment plans that will help treat whatever is causing you pain.
Contact Cawley Physical Therapy to learn more about the services we offer or to schedule an appointment.

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