It is important that the whole body is treated, especially the surrounding joints to the one with encountering pain. Many times other chain PT clinics will not have the time to properly address these other issues which can significantly prolong your recovery. At Ashton Rehabilitation Clinic, holistic Physical Therapy is practiced.
When you receive Physical Therapy treatment at Ashton Rehabilitation Clinic, you will be taken through an individualized program that addresses your unique needs and goals. On your first day, we will take time listening, observing, and examining to generate a more complete picture of your injury and symptoms. This session will conclude with an explanation of your treatment plan, what to expect going forward with physical therapy, and instructions for any exercises you can begin performing at home.
• Relieve pain
• Improve movement or ability
• Prevent or recover from a sports injury
• Manage a chronic illness like diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis
• Prevent disability or surgery
• Rehab after a stroke, accident, injury, or surgery
• Work on balance to prevent a slip or fall
• Recover after you give birth
• Control your bowels or bladder
• Adapt to an artificial limb
• Learn to use assistive devices like a walker or cane
• Get a splint or brace
ACL/PCL reconstruction, total knee/hip/shoulder replacement, rotator cuff repairs, labral repairs, ankle ligament reconstruction, spinal fusions, discectomy, disc replacement, meniscectomy, bunionectomy.
Sprains/strains, golfer’s/tennis elbow, piriformis syndrome, sacroiliac dysfunction, DDD, DJD, tendinitis/tendonitis, bursitis, plantar fasciitis, patellar tendinitis, ITB syndrome, pulled/torn muscles, muscle spasms.
Advances in regenerative medicine allow for the restoration of injured, diseased, or degenerated tissues to a more functional state. These therapies are particularly important as we strive to improve an individual's functional capacity, which is often limited by persistent deficits stemming from processes such as scar tissue deposition, reduced muscle mass or loss of innervation. By partnering with technologies that regenerate tissues (including bone, muscle, cartilage, ligaments, and nerves), therapists—through rehabilitation—may be able to increase the functional gains made by patients following injury or disease, and ultimately improve their quality of life. American Physical Therapy Association