Following an injury, disease or surgical procedure, taking proper care of your body is essential in order to ensure a healthy recovery and optimal well-being. Trying to do too much too soon, or alternatively, not exercising the body enough or exercising incorrectly, can inhibit the treatment process and even lead to further injury.
At All Smiles Home Health Care, we believe physical therapy will facilitate the best recovery process possible and help those with chronic conditions to regain as much mobility and functioning as possible. Our registered physical therapists have years of experience working with patients and dealing with a variety of issues; from accident recovery to getting back on your feet after knee, back, or hip surgery. It is our goal to help our patients experience a healthy recovery, strengthening, soothing, and guiding individuals as they work towards regaining maximum functional ability.
A Healing Approach
Collaborating with the patient’s physician, we create a tailored plan to suit the needs of each individual. Some people require intensive physical therapy, with daily sessions with a trained therapist to ease the pain of recovery, assist with exercises, and to prevent mobility loss, while others may benefit from less frequent physical therapy.
Our therapists use a combination of treatment modalities to assist with a safe, effective recovery, including:
- Therapeutic Exercises
- Functional Training
- Heat Ultrasound
- Electrical Stimulation
- Moist Heat
- Light Therapy
- Balance Training
When these treatments are administered as part of a home health service, our patients get the benefit of personalized attention within the comfort of their home. This is not only convenient, but it provides patients who would otherwise have difficulty attending physical therapy sessions in a medical facility the ability to safely access the treatment that they need.
Our physical therapists have experience guiding patients with a variety of issues ranging from surgery and injury recovery to neurological disorders.
- Joint and Back Pain
- Knee or Hip Replacement Surgery
- Recovery after a Stroke or Heart Attack
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome
- Osteoporosis and Arthritis
- Athletic Injury
- Work Injury
They work with patients for as long as is needed, but also focus on enabling long-term well-being through education and support. Our therapists discuss plans for ongoing physical activity after the recovery process is complete, as well as guidance on how to approach exercise, work, and even everyday activities to ensure future wellness.
To find out more about our physical therapy services, contact us today. We can discuss options for physical therapy as well as our other home health services.