When we’re sick or recovering from an injury or surgery, we tend not to be able to move so well. Whether it’s a major surgery that has us in bed for a few weeks or a grievous sports injury that takes several months to heal, not having full mobility can be tough and discouraging.
Our doctors of physical therapy in NEPA are ready to get you up and moving like you used to. With seven convenient locations, your road to recovery starts today!
We can refer to many things when we talk about pain. People can have pain from surgery incisions, sports injuries, nerve damage, and so much more. Some people even have to live with chronic pain and are prescribed long-term medication for it. But physical therapy can help to manage all this pain! We use stretches, repeated movements, taping, electrical stimulation, and other methods to mobilize your soft tissues and joints and reduce or eliminate your inflammation and pain. The strength you gain from these exercises can also prevent injury and pain in the future.
Just as physical therapy uses repetitive exercises to reduce your pain and restore your mobility, it can also improve your balance and prevent you from falling. If our physical therapists determine that you are at a high risk of falling, we’ll design a plan that strengthens the muscles you’ll use to keep your balance in real life. The exercises we give you will improve your coordination, make your muscles stronger, and reduce the dizziness that could otherwise lead to you falling.
At Cawley Physical Therapy, we take great satisfaction from putting the rights and health of our patients before anything else. When you come to see us, we immediately start assessing your condition to determine what you need. We then devise a plan for getting you there, taking into account all your strengths and weaknesses. Whether it’s taping, stretches, or another solution you need, we’ll find it.
Call Cawley Physical Therapy today to book an appointment for physical therapy in Old Forge, PA, and start reclaiming control of your body.
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