Are you experiencing discomfort or pain in your back? Does it make it difficult for you to raise your arm or perform daily activities? If so, you should consider seeing a physical therapist.
Appropriate physical therapy treatment can help to reduce your pain and improve your shoulder function, making it easier for you to perform your daily activities and enjoy your life.
x Although the outcome of treatment may vary, it is possible for some individuals to obtain substantial relief from pain after only a few physical therapy sessions.
In many cases, physical therapy can offer a safe and effective alternative to surgery for treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.
If you need to see a physical therapist, you can expect to get an appointment quickly, often within a day or two.
Active participation in physical therapy can lead to improved treatment outcomes, reduced need for prescription drugs, fewer MRIs, and fewer injections in the lower back.
A physical therapist will evaluate your injury or condition and develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs. This approach not only helps alleviate symptoms but also works to prevent future injuries, ensuring long-term health.
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If you'd like more information, download the physician referral form below, and ask your doctor if physical therapy is right for you.Click Here To Download Physician Referral Form
NOTE: Physical therapy may not be for everyone, such as those who have a history of cancer, or severe systemic or neurological conditions; those who have experienced recent/significant unexplained weight loss, have structural deformities, have experienced a recent trauma resulting in fractures, or those who have used steroids.
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