Physical therapy is a rehabilitative practice that you can take part in to recover effectively from an injury. You can also use physical therapy to help prevent future injuries. One example of this type of physical therapy is fall prevention, which improves your strength and balance so you can avoid falling and injuring yourself.
At Advantage Physical Therapy, Jonathan creates individualized rehabilitation plans for various injuries and long-term conditions. You might benefit from physical therapy for:
Jonathan supports you through regular therapy visits and can teach you specific exercises to practice at home too. With his help, you can work your way toward more independence, a return to your sport of choice, less pain, or any other goals you name during your initial visit at Advantage Physical Therapy.
Every physical therapy plan at Advantage Physical Therapy starts with a comprehensive evaluation of your injury. Jonathan considers your medical history and how the injury happened during this evaluation and may have some questions for you about your symptoms. He assesses your functional limitations and the specific areas where the pain originates.
After your evaluation, Jonathan will develop a treatment plan focused on your individual needs and goals. He helps you work toward those goals so you can continue enjoying the physical activities you love.
At Advantage Physical Therapy, Jonathan uses various evidence-based treatment methods to rehabilitate your injury or improve conditions like arthritis or degenerative disc disease.
Regardless of its goals, physical therapy can involve several advanced techniques to restore your mobility and minimize musculoskeletal pain. Your tailored plan might involve:
Patient education is of great importance, and Jonathan is always ready to answer your questions and concerns. He offers the support and instruction you need to successfully reach your physical therapy goals.
Find out how physical therapy can benefit you by scheduling an appointment over the phone or online at Advantage Physical Therapy today.