Physical therapy is a health care profession that provides treatment to individuals to develop, maintain, and restore maximum movement and function throughout life.
Physical therapy deals with indentifyng and maximizing quality of life and movement potential within the spheres of promotion, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Physical therapy is performed by physical therapists, and has many specialties including orthopedic, neurologic, cardiopulmonary, geriatics, and pediatrics, among others.
Physical therapists examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.
Orthopedic physical therapists diagnose, manage, and treat disorders and injuries of the musculo-sceletal system including rehabilitation after surgery.
Ortopedic therapists are trained in the treatment of post-operative orthopedic procedures, sports injuries, arthritis, spraines, strains, back pain, neck pain and spinal conditions.
Without the use of drugs or surgery, Sulypont Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic costumized programs can help you permanently eliminate the fundamental causes of your joint ailments.
- Every visit starts with a specialized joint, pain and posture evaluation.
- A personal program of posture realigning positions and postural strengthening exercises are completed and practiced together.
- This individual, appoximately 30- 40 minute routine, is to be practiced at home on a daily basis.
- In order to monitor the progress and prescribe increasingly greather stimulation to the postural muscles, follow-up sessions are scheduled at 2-3 week intervals.
- Most cases require 7-9 visits in order to effectively restore postural realingment.
The Sulypont Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic structural realignment routines provide you with the fastest, most effective pain elimination therapy available; enabling you to get back to a lifetime of trouble-free sitting, standing, and moving!
Sulypont Pain and Rehabilitatuion Clinic specializes in resolving the following:
- Chronic joint pain: neck, upper back, lower back (including: lumbago, and sciatica), hip, knee, ankle, foot, toes, elbow, wrist, fingers (including various forms of tendonitis, eg. tennis elbow, Achilles tendon inflammation, carpal tunnel syndrome etc.)
- Postural deviations, aesthetic blemishes
- Scheuermann’ disease
- Discus hernia
- Sports injuries