How Our Staff Makes The Difference
A team-focused approach allows us to put a more diverse set of resources at your fingertips. Many people in the United States are looking for answers regarding chronic pain and other conditions. Sometimes, they’ve tried for years with the traditional approach and haven’t seen improvement. It can be very frustrating.
The best way to move forward with issues that you have is to start out with a medical exam for what you need. The problem with some traditional medical practices is that they are confined to one singular path, and if you need something like a physical therapist, often times there will be little connection between your doctor and the physical therapist you eventually go see.
The disconnect that can happen there in your treatment regimen is a large reason why our approach is integrative medicine.
Physical Therapy, Medical Doctors, and Chiropractic Treatments
Our formula firmly places you as the patient at the forefront. By having health care professionals from multiple fields working together in the same office, we are able to refer cases to our own team, allowing those in our physical therapy practice to work in concert with others.
What this does is ensure that there are fewer barriers to you receiving the best care possible. If you need a chiropractic consultation, our providers can work in concert with your doctor.
This helps to prevent important details from being lost in communication. It’s the best way we have found to provide the best health care services possible, be it chiropractic care, primary care, or physical therapy.
What is a physical therapist?
Physical therapists are licensed medical professionals who focus on the more functional aspects of treatment. This is especially the case in situations where an injury has occurred in the past.
At their core, physical therapists are masters of how the body functionally moves. They typically will care for patients in all phases, from diagnosis to recovery. In many cases, a physical therapist will adapt common patient activities in order to make common tasks easier for the patient to do while in recovery. Additionally, they will often give rehabilitative exercises that will allow the patient to correct an imbalance from an accident or injury, and bring as much function back to the patient as possible.
What are some common problems physical therapy addresses?
Physical therapists are trained to address problems with functional movement, and to do so in a way that helps to regain and even improve the patient’s mobility.
This can be anything from rehabilitating an injury from sports or regaining muscle strength following a broken bone. The applications are nearly endless.
- They can help issues such as:
- Neurological diseases
- Muscular and skeletal dysfunction
- Pediatric conditions
- Carpal tunnel
- Pelvic floor issues
The kicker with our staff is that we are aware of the strengths of our team. As such, when your doctor or chiropractor sees an issue that can be helped by physical therapy, they can refer in-house. This means that they will be up to speed on your care and will be able to adjust their own course of treatment accordingly.
If you or someone you love is struggling with chronic pain or impeded movement, you could benefit from our medical team’s extensive experience. Make sure to give us a call or click here to book a consultation with us as soon as you can. Your body will thank you for it!
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