Physical Therapy Can Help Osteoarthritis

Physical Therapy Can Help Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the break down of cartilage in a joint. This can cause pain, swelling and problems moving the effected joints. It is important to keep your joints strong and flexible, but without overusing them and flaring up your osteoarthritis symptoms.

Physical therapists can help reduce pain and swelling through manual therapy and modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation. Physical therapists can also help to safely stretch your joints and muscles and guide you through a graded exercise program to build and maintain strength.

Modifying your daily routine and recreational activities may also be necessary. A physical therapist can help you determine which activities may need to be adjusted to decrease the amount of strain you are putting on your affected joints. They can also help fit you for braces and teach you how to correctly use assistive devices when appropriate.

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Our multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to patient care is innovative and relevant in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment. We provide a program of care designed to improve physical function and alleviate pain by bringing together a team of specialized rehabilitation professionals.


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