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Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Enjoy your individualized, one-on-one care with our skilled physical therapist. Your physical therapist will only treat one patient at a time giving you personalized care and attention. Orthopedic physical therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of the musculoskeletal system. This includes muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and how they function in your body.
During the evaluation, your physical therapist will ask about the history of your symptoms, pain limitations, what makes them better or worse, and how the symptoms are limiting your daily life. After this, there will be an in depth physical evaluation of strength, range of motion, and functional movement. Your physical therapist will ask about your goals and create a plan to get you back to your normal function. As well as normal function with decreased pain. Treatment techniques include exercise and manual therapy in addition to techniques listed below.
Common Orthopedic Conditions:
- Hip, Knee, Ankle Pain and Stiffness
- Shoulder Pain and Stiffness
- Back and Neck Pain
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Pre and Post orthopedic and abdominal surgery
- Weakness and Limited mobility
- Acute and Chronic Conditions
- Sports and athletic injuries
- ACL reconstruction
- Rotator Cuff repair
- Total hip or knee replacement
- Postural Issues
Personal accountability is the biggest challenge individuals face when trying to maintain their progress after physical therapy. If you don’t maintain what you gain from physical therapy, your aches and pains can return. We offer the option to transition care after physical therapy to skilled training with our Exercise Physiologist. With this transition of care, our Exercise physiologist who is a Master’s level educated professional who will work with you to reach your goals and challenge you further. Our team works closely together to address your orthopedic injuries, functional strength training, and metabolic functions. Our team works together to be your biggest cheerleader in Chicago.