Are you looking for more information on physical therapy for arthritis? If you are suffering from arthritis pain and have tried everything else, you may be curious to know whether or not physical therapy can help. When it comes to osteoarthritis — especially of the hip and knee — a physical therapist may be able to help reduce your pain.
Are you injured or in pain and curious about the benefits of physical therapy? Maybe you have experienced a sports related injury and you need to recover in order to perform in your sport again. Your injury could also be causing pain and discomfort through many of your routine daily activities. A physical therapist utilizes a number of different methods in order to help you recover from injuries. Read more
Why is physical therapy important? While physical therapy may bring to mind certain exercises, we can guarantee you that there is so much more to physical therapy and the benefits far outweigh the short term discomfort you may be anticipating.
Whether it is recovery from surgery or an injury, your physical therapist may suggest or use functional training as a part of your recovery program. Functional training does just that; it trains your body to be functional. In other words, it supports your body in learning how to function in its daily activities.
If you attend physical therapy regularly — or are considering it — have you ever thought about how to make the most of physical therapy and each session you attend? A key component in your road to recovery is considering how different body systems affect one another. It’s why here at Fusion Rehab, we fuse both physical therapy and chiropractic care together to aid you in your recovery. Read more
It’s why toddlers, well … toddle. They haven’t quite mastered the art of balance. In fact, it takes us until about 12 years of age to reach balance maturation. In children, balance helps them in sports, ride bikes without training wheels, and simply make their way through this world.
Arizona is one of the states where patients enjoy direct access to physical therapy services without seeking a referral from a physician. What does this mean to you? This means faster access to the healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists and chiropractors, best suited to treat your condition as well as unnecessary medical bills and delays in getting treatment.