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Outpatient Physical Therapy

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Outpatient Therapy & Rehabilitation Services

The practice of physical therapy began in the 1800s as a way to help polio victims. It gained traction in the 20th century, helping soldiers injured in war. Today, it’s a proven pain management practice that not only stops you from hurting but also corrects the physical causes of certain pain. Whether you’re suffering muscular, skeletal, or nervous pain, you can find lasting relief at Tri PT in Brooklyn, an outpatient rehabilitation center.

Moving your body may seem natural, but many factors can disrupt or inhibit movement, causing pain or frustration during your day. Outpatient physical therapy helps overcome, correct, or minimize pain, discomfort, and limitations almost anywhere in your body.

Through ambulatory care, our physical therapists offer a fundamentally new form of strengthening exercises to help you recover from injuries and illnesses to your:

  • Knees
  • Shoulders
  • Hips
  • Hands
  • Elbows
  • Feet
  • Back
  • Pelvic floor muscles

Your first impression of physical therapy may be from your doctor’s referral after surgery or an injury. You stand the best chance of a full recovery by regaining your strength and flexibility with professionals who can safely control and monitor how you move. Physical therapists guide you in the proper way to move to ensure your muscles and bones recover to regain maximum strength and flexibility. This also helps prevent future injury.

Outpatient Therapy for Medical Conditions

Your Brooklyn-based physical therapist has the tools and expertise to keep your body moving as you strive to overcome certain illnesses and injuries in your life. Medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, deformities of the spine or limbs, strokes, and other medical conditions can compromise your mobility, which further causes your muscles to degenerate.

While aging bodies lose strength and flexibility, you don’t have to settle for this loss of mobility. Arthritis physical therapy treatment also helps combat the normal discomfort, stiffness, and immobility of arthritic conditions.

Encouraging coordination through balance physical therapy enables you to remain fully active and more engaged in the activities you love. Physical therapy techniques include:

  • Spinal and joint manipulation
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Pelvic floor muscle exercises

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Therapy for Everyone

Additionally, simple guidance and education regarding posture and proper form help children, actors, athletes, singers, and dancers. Avoiding injury is always preferable to repair and recovery.

Work-related injuries and rehabilitation gets you back to your best condition and able to enjoy a higher quality of life, regardless of your profession.

Office workers spend a significant portion of their day in chairs. They can also benefit from preventative physical therapy, learning the proper seated posture, and injury prevention. In this way, they can stave off back injury or conditions involving repetitive motion from activities such as typing.

Sports-Related Therapies

Active lifestyles often include sports activities, where injuries occasionally occur. If one is bad enough, surgery may be required, with accompanying post-operative rehabilitation. Intensive outpatient sports injury rehabilitation is a valuable service even if you don’t need surgery. It can help resolve:

  • Frozen shoulders
  • Runner’s knee
  • Fractures

On the positive side, sports-specific performance and development of physical therapy often helps unique bodies prevent certain injuries. It can also help you excel in your sport of choice. Enhancing your training through isokinetic exercises, marathon recovery treatment and functional exercise training takes your game to the next level!

Everyday Concerns Helped by Outpatient Physical Therapy

Do you suffer from headaches or migraines? Physical therapy for headaches and migraines gives you hours of your life back by working to resolve structural issues contributing to your pain and stiffness. Active release technique, trigger point therapy, and myofascial pain treatment all target the muscles and structures that aggravate discomfort and headaches.

If you’ve noticed unusual pain and discomfort, especially in your back, during your pregnancy, there’s a physical therapy program for you. Not only does ambulatory physical therapy relieve pain, but it can also help you through any prenatal back pain you’re experiencing. Your body changes encourage you to find the movements and remedies that make this time as joyous as possible.

Goals for Your Physical Therapy

Your body is designed to move. With a hands-on, one-on-one approach, your physical therapists tailor your treatment to meet the healthy, pain-free goals you’ve set for yourself. Your therapist works dynamically to enhance your experience and results. As you rehabilitate, you enhance your function to deliver your best performance.

Whether you’re recovering from injury or surgery, try to find your best activity level while dealing with your other medical conditions. If you wish to enhance and strengthen your exercise and athletic abilities, physical therapy has a place in your life. Call today or visit our outpatient rehabilitation clinic to regain an active, involved life.

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