Physical therapy can often get a reputation for being a process that involves healing a person who has experienced a traumatic injury. While this can be the case in many instances, there are countless opportunities for other people to benefit from this incredible method of holistic restoration.
Our physical therapists can help stimulate flexibility, build endurance, improve joint range of motion, increase strength, and regain balance after an injury, accident, or surgery. The methods of healing practiced at Omni Therapy can help minimize the risk of injury and prevent trauma by customizing an exercise program best suited for the patient’s needs. These actions may be helpful for those patients suffering with chronic preexisting conditions, as well!
In a time where more people than ever spend countless hours sedentary in front of a screen, it’s easy to see how anyone can benefit from physical therapy. Sitting all day may cause muscle stiffness, poor balance and mobility, and lower-back, neck, and hip pain. Service industry folks and those who perform blue-collar work may suffer as well, as they experience countless hours of exertion and an ongoing physical toll on their bodies. If, from work or recreational activities, daily pain or discomfort is limiting daily activities like taking off a shirt, bending over to tie shoes, walking up and down stairs, or getting in and out of the car, a physical therapy consultation could go a really long way.
If a persistent nagging pain prevents previously enjoyed activities, Omni Therapy can help in determining the cause and source of the pain, and pave the road to recovery. In the matter of acute injuries, like a torn muscle or broken bone, a physical therapist will perform an evaluation and create a treatment plan so that the injury doesn’t become a lifetime pain.
Our staff at Omni Therapy has years of experience in serving patients with a variety of physical demands. Physical therapists play critical roles both in paving standards for this avenue of practice and in ensuring the greatest delivery of health care services. All physical therapists are required to obtain a graduate degree from an accredited physical therapist program and then must take the national licensure examination, which is what allows them to practice. On top of that Physical Therapists are required to take continuing education yearly, thus ever expanding their knowledge and understanding.
Making a change in routine to see a therapist can be a little daunting, but our team at Omni Therapy is here to make the transition of implementing therapeutic practices at our facility and at home very easy. Visit our website or call to set up an introductory consultation today!