The Center for Hand and Physical Therapy offers treatment for a wide variety of conditions and diagnoses in the orthopedic realm as outlined below. Click on the individual service to find out more about what we can do for you.
General orthopedics is an area of medicine focused on the comprehensive and coordinated treatment of a variety of orthopedic conditions and helps people dealing with a range of musculoskeletal issues.
Hand therapy is the rehabilitation specialty of the upper extremity which includes the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder region. Hand therapy at our facility is performed by a Certified Hand Therapist.
Our physical therapists have expansive training and knowledge of spinal and cranial anatomy, and neurophysiology with an array of protocols and gentle release techniques including but not limited to Strain Counter-strain and Integrative Manual Therapy.
We have decades of experience with spinal surgeries, total knee replacements, hip replacements, knee and ankle reconstructions, shoulder repairs, elbow, wrist, hand and finger fractures and tendon or ligament repairs.
Anyone who has experienced persistent or recurring pain and dysfunction despite a variety of treatments such as medicine, chiropractic or traditional physical therapy knows how frustrating and discouraging it can be when they maybe told they have to live with debilitating pain or there isn’t anything else that can be done for them.
Spine care refers to treatment of pain as well as lack of motion and strength in the back or neck. Issues are addressed to achieve optimal alignment, improved quality of motion and improved muscle recruitment of deep trunk or cervical spine core musculature.
Our team of Physical and Occupational therapists and ATCs offer excellent skills for helping athletes determine exactly the cause of their problem and how to thoroughly resolve underlying factors which potentially predisposed them to risk for injury as well as preparing them to return to their sport as fully as possible.
Vestibular Therapy is a service we provide that incorporates exercise-based intervention to train and induce central nervous system compensation for inner ear disorders contributing to vestibular dysfunction.
At the Center, we offer an array of gentle techniques that essentially work with the body without forcing joints or muscles to move or lengthen. Our gentle approach utilizes the body’s own nervous system through a variety of positional releases and methods of hands-on soft tissue gentle facilitation or resistance techniques.
"The Center for Hand and Physical Therapy should be a destination for anyone who seeks to overcome any physical pain and/or limitation. Anyone can benefit from the many years of training, expertise and varied hands-on approaches that the friendly therapists at The Center offer."