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Professional pain management

Whether you are suffering from long-term chronic pain or a recent injury, physical therapy can help. Our highly-trained physical therapists are experts not only in helping manage pain, but also finding its source. They first try to identify any points of weakness or stiffness that may be adding stress to the afflicted area, and then treat those areas with certain exercises to ease the pain. Then, they will create a customized rehabilitation plan tailored to your injury and lifestyle needs.

Here are some of the areas our physical therapists can help with pain management.

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Foot & Ankle Pain Treatment

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Foot & Ankle Pain Treatment

The foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and numerous tendons. Complex biomechanics keep all these parts in the right position and working together. Given these intricacies, it’s not surprising people experience foot pain.

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Knee Pain Treatment

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Knee Pain Treatment

Your knee is the largest joint in the human body. The knee joint is comprised of 3 bones, 4 stabilizing ligaments, muscles, tendons, and cartilage. With all of these moving parts, various injuries ranging from acute to chronic are all too common.

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Hip Pain Treatment

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Hip Pain Treatment

Your hip is a ball and socket joint consisting of the thigh (femur) and the pelvis. Multiple ligaments support the bones, which provide a lot of stability to the joint. Numerous muscles attach to the joint to aid in movement. Because the hip is a major weight bearing joint, arthritis of the hip is a common problem.

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Wrist & Hand Pain Treatment

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Wrist & Hand Pain Treatment

If you’re suffering from wrist or hand pain, you’re not alone. Pain in the wrist and hand is an extremely common complaint and there are many causes for this.If you’re unsure of the cause of your pain, or if you are unable to carry objects or use your hands without pain, our therapists can help.

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Elbow & Arm Pain Treatment

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Elbow & Arm Pain Treatment

Pain in the elbow is something we can all relate to. Elbow pain can occur from repetitive overuse injuries, sports, sudden impacts, strains, or deterioration of joints and ligaments over time. If you are unable to carry objects or easily bend your arm, an occupational or physical therapist can help alleviate the pain and determine if it could be coming from an underlying condition.

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Lower Back Pain Treatment

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Lower Back Pain Treatment

Physical therapy is the treatment of choice by medical professionals to help patients who are experiencing back pain. If back pain has just occurred and it is difficult to move, finding positions of comfort and rest is the best treatment. There are many forms of manual treatment with physical therapy that can relieve your low back pain.

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Middle & Upper Back Pain

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Middle & Upper Back Pain

The spine is very complex as it consists of many joints, soft tissue, a spinal cord and hundreds of nerves that run to your arms and legs. Functionally, it is the anatomical feature that connects your arms to your legs and allows the human body the ability to move around and be productive. Our physical therapists receive advanced clinical training in the treatment and management of patients who are suffering from various spinal conditions.

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Shoulder Pain Treatment

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Shoulder Pain Treatment

The shoulder is a complex ball and socket joint made up of the humerus (arm bone), the scapula (shoulder blade) and the clavicle (collar bone). There are many ligaments that support the shoulder, and many muscles are attached to aid in movement. There are many potential causes of shoulder pain, and our physical therapists are trained to identify the source of pain and help alleviate it.

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Shin Pain Treatment

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Shin Pain Treatment

The lower leg houses two bones: the tibia and the fibula. The larger bone that you feel on the front of your leg is the tibia. Shin pain felt during and after exercise should be checked out and is often an indicator that your body is trying to tell you something.

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Jaw & TMJ Pain Treatment

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Jaw & TMJ Pain Treatment

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is the joint connecting your jaw to your skull. This joint is in the front of the ears and can easily be located by opening and closing your mouth and feeling the joint with your fingers. When there is a problem with this joint or the muscles and ligaments around the joint, the condition is known as TMJ or TMJ disorder.

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Neck Pain Treatment

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Neck Pain Treatment

As technology becomes a bigger part of our lives and we spend more and more time in front of a computer screen, a lot of people complain about having a pain in the neck. Neck pain can seriously limit your ability to perform normal, everyday tasks. If neck pain persists, visit a physical therapist for assistance with alleviating your neck pain, and guidance on preventing the pain from recurring.

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