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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy


The human body is dependent on function and movement to remain healthy. Therefore, the longer an injured body part is immobile, the more difficult the return to normal health. The re-education of the nervous system is dependent on restoring normal movement, normal range of motion and strength, and the correction of functional abnormalities. Early and aggressive functional restoration is vital to controlling pain, and restoring function. Moving the patient, as quickly as possible, from dependent, or passive physical therapy modalities, to movement-based therapy is one of the goals in this modality. However, the patient’s pain must be controlled in order to allow functional improvement. Pain control without pressing forward and without functional physical therapy, is incomplete treatment. However, physical therapy without adequate pain control is usually impossible because of the discomfort. Our policy is the early use of aquatic therapeutic exercise, to increase the chance of greater movement with less pain.