About Proactive Physical Therapy
Proactive physical therapy isn’t for everyone, but it often helps people who have been hurt and are still in pain or have a limited range of motion. Several people now think surgery is a faster and better way to fix the problem. But if a person wants to avoid the trouble of surgery, doctors usually suggest that they see a physical therapist first. Other benefits of proactive physical therapy may be comparable or even superior to those of other treatments. Physical therapists are trained professionals who assess and treat people who have issues with how their bodies function as a result of an injury, disability, illness, or condition.
The Following Services Are Part Of Proactive Physical Therapy:
- Diagnosing and treating problems with movement, as well as improving physical and functional abilities
- Regaining, keeping, and improving the highest levels of health, fitness, and quality of life.
- Preventing symptoms and worsening functional limitations, impairments, and disabilities caused by illness, injury, or other factors.
Some Of The Benefits Of Early Physical Therapy Are:
Plans For Therapy And Treatment Are Made Based On The Following:
- Pain management
- Saying no to surgery
- Mobility and range of motion got better
- Getting better after a bad event or injury
- after a stroke or paralysis
- Stopping falls
- Balance is better now.
- Taking care of health problems caused by getting older
Types Of Therapy:
Aquatic treatment, also called “water therapy,” is a good way to help people recover from surgeries and injuries because the water makes them float and is warm. The water’s buoyancy lessens gravity’s effects, making it easier to move and less painful. Comfortable 93° Fahrenheit is maintained in our pools, making them feel like a spa for our patients in aquatic therapy.
Aquatic Therapy At Proactive Can Provide Some Advantages:
Aquatherapy will help people get better from the following health problems:
- Back Problems
- Ankle and knee injuries
- Injuries from Sports
People who have had orthopaedic surgery are getting better.
How To Treat Back Pain?
Most of the time, physical therapy is the most effective and least invasive way to treat back pain. ProActive therapists know how to treat back injuries without surgery. They help people get better and stop problems from happening again by giving them hands-on physical therapy and guided, targeted exercise. If you do, therapy might be helpful.
- Short-term and long-term back and neck pain
- Headache from muscle tension
- Arm or leg pain that radiates outward
- Back pain caused by arthritis is a general
- The back of the lumbar spine is narrow.
- Back pain at work
Medication For Headaches:
Patients with chronic (or long-lasting) headaches say they have symptoms that make them unable to do daily tasks. Many people try different ways to get rid of their headaches, but in the end, they give up and learn to live with them. Headaches can be caused by some things, including musculoskeletal, psychological, neurovascular, nutritional, and chemical imbalances in the brain. Some headaches are caused by or a sign of a disease, some are fatal, and some are not harmful. So, if you get a headache or it keeps returning, you need a full medical checkup.
Through a thorough physical therapy evaluation, the neuromusculoskeletal causes and type of headache are looked for. Muscle tension, bad posture, joint problems in the neck and jaw, and stress can all be alleviated by a physical therapist who has been trained in manual therapy.
Through Simple Injury Prevention Consultations, We Can Find Out The Following:
- A standard physical therapy exam can tell you how likely you are to get hurt and when you will feel low back pain.
- A standard physical therapy exam can find early signs of joint arthritis, which is the main cause of joint replacement.
- Cardiovascular screening can find risk factors for high blood pressure, which lets your physical therapist make a safe exercise plan to lower your risk.
- During a typical physical therapy exam, you can find out what makes you more likely to get crippling headaches.
- A routine physical therapy exam can tell how likely you will get shoulder pain from a torn rotator cuff.
- A regular physical therapy exam can tell how likely you are to fall, which could save your life.
- A regular physical therapy exam can help determine how likely you will hurt your knee badly.
- By testing how sensitive your feet are, physical therapists can determine if you have peripheral neuropathy, which can lead to physical problems like claw toes and bunions.
- Especially regarding your health, it’s good to be proactive. At ProActive PTS, they don’t just treat their patients’ injuries quickly and well; they also take steps to make sure they don’t get hurt again.