Physical Therapy in Eatontown, New Jersey (Monmouth County): Eatontown Elite Care Center provides patients with physical therapy care for problems of the discs, joints, nerves, tendons, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Physical therapy helps rehabilitate and strengthen to regain function and range of motion for a patient to get back to life. Our Eatontown physical therapist will provide a full assessment, appropriate advice and treatment plans unique to each individual and their specific needs.
Physical Therapy Can Improve:
- Back and neck pain
- Shoulder, knee and ankle injury or pain
- Muscle injuries, ligament and tendon problems, sprains and soft tissue injuries
- Sports related injuries
- Workplace injuries
- Balance and flexibility problems
- Whiplash or other auto accident injuries
- Pre- and post-surgical strength and conditioning rehabilitation
- Fractures and other orthopedic conditions
- Arthritis in one or multiple joints
- Extremity problems
- Headaches and dizziness
Rehabilitation with Physical Therapy in Eatontown
We understand that no two patients have the exact same type of situation when it comes to rehabilitation. There are some common and predictable patterns of pain however. We will provide a thorough physical therapy analysis and request openness when patients disclose pertinent information regarding their pain in order to correctly determine what treatment to provide them. We will then analyze any movement dysfunctions you may have in order to properly diagnose and provide you with the best treatment and management strategies.
We treat a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries and our physical therapist may apply a combination of manual based treatments to help decrease pain and increase patient function though joint mobilizations, soft tissue massage and therapeutic exercise.
Accident & Injury Patients Get Back to an Active Lifestyle
Disruptions of daily life due to pain and injury caused by an accident or injury can be debilitating. Physical Therapy complements Chiropractic Care and is proven to increase positive outcomes. Seeing our physical therapist can help patients heal faster from an injury. In addition, physical therapy strengthens and can eliminate harmful imbalances where the body would compensate and stress other areas.
Physical Therapy Helps Improve Flexibility and Balance
Good flexibility and range of motion are very important as they enable people to perform most daily activities that may otherwise be taken for granted, like bending down to pick up an object or turning to look at something behind you. Improving a person’s flexibility also reduces the risk of injury when participating in sports or other physical activities. We will work with you on your current flexibility level.
Problems with balance make it difficult for people to maintain stable and upright positions when standing, walking, and even sitting. Balance can be difficult after injury as well because the body often works to compensate for weak areas. This means something as simple as normal, daily activities can ultimately throwing the body off-balance in some way. When someone has an injury, the ability to balance is sometimes slowed down and needs to be re-trained.