Our certified, caring, and experienced staff provides specific one-on-one rehabilitation care to help you recover from your condition as soon as possible. We offer individualized hands-on care within a clean, comfortable facility.
You play an integral role in making your therapy successful. The best thing we can do is provide you with the knowledge to help treat yourself. Educating patients is one of the key roles of rehabilitative training.
Throughout your rehabilitation you will gain information on:
- Managing/Reducing Pain
- Restoring Motion and Mobility
- Gaining Strength and Stability
- Resuming Normal Activities
- Posture and Body Mechanics
- Preventing Re-Injury
How We Diagnose
If you think you have a sports injury, your doctor will likely use the following steps to get a diagnosis. These include:
- Physical examination. We will attempt to move the injured joint or body part. This helps them see how the area is moving, or how it’s not moving if that’s the case.
- Medical history. This involves asking you questions about how you were injured, what you were doing, what you’ve done since the injury, and more. If this is your first time visiting this doctor, they may also ask for a more thorough medical history.
- Imaging tests. X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and ultrasounds can all help your doctor and healthcare providers see inside your body. This helps them confirm a sports injury diagnosis.