The practice of physical therapy began in the 1800s as a way to help polio victims. It gained traction in the 20th century, helping soldiers injured in war. Today, it’s a proven pain management practice that not only stops you from hurting, but also corrects the physical causes of certain pain. Whether you’re suffering muscular, skeletal or nervous pain, you can find lasting relief at TRI Physical Therapy in Brooklyn.
Moving your body may seem natural, but many factors can disrupt or inhibit movement, causing pain or frustration during your day. Physical therapy helps overcome, correct or minimize pain, discomfort and limitations almost anywhere in your body.
Range-of-motion and strengthening exercises help you recover from injuries and illnesses to your:
Your first impression of physical therapy may be from your doctor’s referral after surgery or an injury. You stand the best chance of a full recovery by regaining your strength and flexibility with professionals who can safely control and monitor how you move. Physical therapists guide you in the proper way to move to ensure your muscles and bones recover to regain maximum strength and flexibility. This also helps prevent future injury.
PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR MEDICAL CONDITIONS
Physical Therapy / Laser Therapy by TriPT in Brooklyn NY
Your NYC-based physical therapist has the tools and expertise to keep your body moving as you strive to overcome certain illnesses and injuries in your life. Medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, deformities of the spine or limbs, strokes, and other medical conditions can compromise your mobility, which further causes your muscles to degenerate.
While aging bodies lose strength and flexibility, you don’t have to settle for this loss of mobility. Arthritis physical therapy treatment also helps combat the normal discomfort, stiffness, and immobility of arthritic conditions.
Encouraging coordination through balance physical therapy enables you to remain fully active and more engaged in the activities you love. Physical therapy techniques include: