No matter the condition, we can help. Recovery is never an “off the shelf,” or “one size fits all” kind of thing. We have a full range of therapy services to employ once we understand your diagnosis and personal goals.
Ankle injuries are a very common occurrence affecting both athletes and everyday people. Usually the joint is able to heal without medical intervention; however, in some cases, casts, medications or surgery may be necessary to restore normal function and eliminate pain.
Shoulder problems often occur when soft tissue breaks down from overuse, an acute injury, degenerative joint and bone diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, rotator cuff disease, a compressed nerve or a frozen shoulder. Severe or constant pain, swelling, or numbness in your shoulder means it’s time to see a specialist.
Hip injuries are extremely common in people of all ages. Individuals who participate in sports have an increased risk of hip injuries. Seniors and people carrying extra weight also are at risk for hip injury.
The elbow joint is a synovial (fluid-filled) hinge joint with several important functions: moving your hand toward and away from your body, rotating your forearm, and flexing and extending the arm (bending and straightening the elbow).
It can creep up on you. Or it might happen slowly over time: You make an awkward movement, overdo it while exercising or you overuse your back at work or at home. Either way, a back injury can make it difficult to move freely throughout your day.