Physical Therapy With A Personal Touch
We are proud to give specialized and personal care to every one of our patients. Even though we follow all the highest standards of physical therapy protocols, as a family owned and independent health care provider we are able to skip the red-tape that prevents many large therapy organizations from ultimately providing their patients with the best care.
Many of our patients comment on the friendly atmosphere we have here in our office and we look forward to helping you and your physical therapy needs here with us too. And you can feel comfort in knowing that as a father and son team of therapists that you will always be seeing one of us during your visits. Unlike some larger companies that pass you around from therapist to therapist, we ensure that we give you the best care by maintaining consistent knowledge of your specific physical therapy needs.
Outpatient Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy is a healthcare specialty that treats conditions of the Neuromusculoskeletal System… in other words, your nerves, muscles, bones and joints. Patients of all ages are seen following injury, surgery or even medical conditions such as arthritis and stroke. We also offer pre-surgical physical therapy in preparation for quicker recovery following a surgery.
Specialized exercise is the core element of treatment that is performed in our offices under supervision. Ultimately we prescribe some exercises as a home program for you to follow on your own. The objective of our approach at North Carroll Physical Therapy is to teach you these self-care techniques that can help you to heal the best. Some of these techniques are especially helpful in the management of common neck and low back pain.
Therapies For A Better Road To Recovery
- Joint pain
- Upper/lower extremities
- Neck/Low back
- TMJ (“Jaw”)
- Balance problems/dizziness
- Sports injuries
- Automobile accident-related injuries
Treatment For Conditions
- Muscle strains
- Joint sprains
- Neck/low back strains
- Rotator cuff injuries/post surgery
- Disc disease
- Spinal stenosis
- Radiculopathies (nerve compression)
- Joint replacement rehabilitation
- Neurologic conditions:
- Stroke, Parkinsonism, multiple sclerosis
- Manual therapy
- Therapeutic exercise
- Balance training
- Sport-specific training
- Gait training
- Home exercise programs