Taylor Physical Therapy

No more should you have to endure the chronic pain of a serious injury or surgery. You want to feel in control of your body and get back to doing the things you love. Fortunately, with physical therapy, this can all be made possible. Once again, you will be behind the wheel of a car, working out, and spending time with your family with ease. Finally, you will be without the aches of a sore back, shoulder, or any other injury.
Helping to increase your mobility with individualized care Cawley Physical Therapy is ready to alleviate your pain. Be assured that you will be in the right hands. Certainly, our specialists have the healing touch. You don’t even need a referral to come and see us, as we are affiliated with major healthcare insurance providers. We treat a variety of conditions, and in a matter of time, you will be left feeling better than when you first came to us.
Mature man undergoing physical therapy for head injury - treating concussions.
Group of adults in an aquatic therapy session lead by a professional therapist.
Senior couple at home doing foot exercises on the floor to help with their high ankle sprain.
A doctor explaining the function of a knee and the origin of knee pain and a meniscus tear.
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How Does Physical Therapy Relieve Pain?

Pain relief may not be the only reason to see a physical therapist, but it’s one of the most common reasons people go. If you’ve never gone to physical therapy before, you might be wondering how it can help stop the pain. Other common pain relief methods are pain medications and surgery, and while some might require these methods in addition to physical therapy, pain relief through physical therapy alone is a much less invasive and lower risk method.
Here are a few ways physical therapy can help you relieve your pain.

Exercises and Stretches

Staying active is important for helping anyone stay in good health, but it can also be beneficial for those in pain. Exercises and stretches you learn in physical therapy can help you build strength in certain areas and improve your mobility. When you’re injured or unwell, it’s essential that you don’t over-exert yourself or do exercises that can cause additional stress to your body. A physical therapist can teach you exercises and stretches that are safe for your condition and how to do them correctly.

It Heals Injuries Faster

Physical therapy can help your injuries heal faster and prevent further issues from occurring in the future. Of course, the faster your body can heal itself, the faster you stop experiencing the pain it causes. By helping your injuries heal correctly and teaching you how to prevent another injury or similar problems, you can also enjoy the benefits of physical therapy long into the future.

Manual Therapies

Exercise and stretches aren’t the only things you’ll do during physical therapy. For some, there are other treatment methods their physical therapist will recommend to help relieve pain. Manual therapies like massages or instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization may be used to help stop the pain. Some might also be advised to apply heat and cold to the injured area or use tape to help their pain.

Get Effective Physical Therapy in Taylor, PA, Today

At Cawley Physical Therapy, we know that each of our patients is unique, so the pain they experience isn’t going to be exactly the same. This is why we provide dedicated care and support to all of our patients and create personalized treatment plans to help them feel their best. We’ll work with you to find what works best to help you start living pain-free. 

Contact Cawley Physical Therapy to schedule your appointment today.

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