Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Tailored For You
While diseases affecting the organs and bones are quite well studied, conditions involving the muscles and nerves are still overlooked by many doctors unfamiliar with physical therapy & rehabilitation. Visiting the wrong office could leave you misdiagnosed and on a treatment plan that does little to help you. If you are experiencing inflammation and pain from conditions such as sciatica, myofascial tension, and migraines, call our Goose Creek team to find the cause and treat it as quickly as possible. At Back 2 Health Physical Medicine, our physical therapy and rehabilitation experts will check your entire body for potential causes rather than writing it off as a mystery.
Who Needs Rehabilitation And Physical Therapy?
The practice of physical therapy deals primarily with impairments to the musculature of the body, but it also includes hands-on treatments for nerve issues and even psychological issues. The careful manipulation of the spine and the muscles of the back can help you heal from a surprising range of injuries and illnesses. Most people first learn about rehabilitation after a car accident or other traumatic event. When a muscle is torn or a major bone is broken, patients usually need to undergo careful stretching and training as it heals for optimal results. However, trying to handle your own rehabilitation can be risky. Our team uses multiple diagnostic tools to monitor your injuries as you heal to ensure your treatment is helping and not hurting.
Both teen and adult athletes seek out our physical therapy services, especially if they are in a competitive sport like football or soccer. Immediate care can help a minor sprain keep from becoming a more serious problem, especially if we can find a weakness or misalignment that led to the sprain in the first place. When an injury leaves you out of the game, seeking physical therapy and rehabilitation can get you back out there as quickly as possible without putting yourself at risk for further damage.
Back 2 Health Physical Medicine also offers physical therapy services to help patients struggling with:
- Pain and other sensations due to amputations
- Traumatic brain injuries that affect nerve and muscle response
- Spinal cord injuries and degenerative diseases affecting the area
- Stroke or seizures
- Low back pain with a defined cause or without one
- Neuropathy symptoms like numbness & tingling
What Treatments Are Used For Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation?
When a patient comes in with pain from an old injury or an unknown source, we have a number of tools we can use to reduce the irritation. These treatments are also useful in restoring flexibility and range of motion. Simple stretching is used for nearly every issues, but further care can include vibration exercise, spinal adjustments, other chiropractic care, heat and cold therapy to reach deep tissue, and massage to relieve tight muscles. Sarapin injections can also be used for spot treatment of severe pain. Even if the problem lies within damaged nerve bundles, regular visits can limit the amount of chronic pain and fatigue you feel on a daily basis.
In our clinic, physical therapy and rehabilitation involve:
- Electrical stimulation
- Disc decompression
- Manual therapy
We also teach our patients exercises they can do at home to aid in their improvement.
Rehab / Physical Therapy Pettibon System
Therapeutic Wobble Chair
Repetitive Cervical Traction
Fulcrum Rehabilitation System
Pettibon Tendon, Ligament, Muscle Stimulator (PTLMS)
Will Physical Therapy Help Me?
Physical Therapy Can:
- Improve back and neck pain caused by accident, injury, or surgery.
- Help people with headaches or chronic migraines.
- Help those who have suffered sprains/strains of the neck, back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand.
- Help those who have suffered sprains/strains of the hip, knee, ankle, and foot.
- Help those who have suffered a whiplash injury.
- Help those who have had a stroke, falling or balance problems.
- Help with bursitis or tendinitis in the shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand.
- Help with bursitis or tendinitis in the hip, knee, ankle, or foot.
- Help with weakness and deconditioning as a result of pain, injury, or surgery.
- Help those who have heel or foot pain.
- Help those who have had a work-related injury.
- Help those who have had a sports-related injury or surgery.
- Help those who have pre or postpartum pain during or after pregnancy.
- Help those who have pain or decreased range of motion following mastectomy.