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Orthopedic Issues

Physical therapy is used to treat individuals of all ages who are experiencing pain, weakness, or mobility issues as a result of injury, illness, or disability. Some of the orthopedic issues that physical therapy can treat include:

  • Low back pain: Physical therapy can help individuals with low back pain improve their strength, flexibility, and posture, as well as provide pain relief through various modalities.

  • Neck pain: Physical therapy can help individuals with neck pain improve their range of motion, reduce muscle tension, and improve posture.

  • Shoulder pain: Physical therapy can help individuals with shoulder pain improve their strength, mobility, and function through exercises and manual therapy.

  • Knee pain: Physical therapy can help individuals with knee pain improve their strength, flexibility, and balance, as well as reduce pain and inflammation through modalities such as ice and electrical stimulation.

  • Ankle and foot pain: Physical therapy can help individuals with ankle and foot pain improve their strength, balance, and mobility, as well as provide pain relief through modalities such as ultrasound and manual therapy.

  • Arthritis: Physical therapy can help individuals with arthritis improve their joint range of motion, strength, and function, as well as reduce pain and inflammation through 

  • modalities such as heat and cold therapy.

  • Osteoporosis: Physical therapy can help individuals with osteoporosis improve their bone density, strength, and balance through weight-bearing exercises and balance training.

Overall, physical therapy can be an effective treatment option for a wide range of orthopedic issues, helping individuals improve their strength, mobility, and function, and reduce pain and inflammation.

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