Treatments and Procedures
Our physical therapy team is professionally trained to use evaluation, traction, electrical stimulation, therapeutic exercises, and mobility to treat both acute and chronic pain, physical impairments caused from injuries, past traumas, or physical illnesses. Our physical therapists use their training to treat a variety of issues ranging from musculoskeletal to neurological disorders and specializes in neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation. We also offer on-site aquatic therapy.
Our therapists focus on patient assessments and plan of care creation specific to each individual. Our physical therapy team collaborates with the different specialties within Insight Comprehensive Therapy and also works directly with the referring physician or provider. We strive to help our patients return to the optimal level of function. Our therapists are able to assess wheelchair mobility and management training, prosthetic and orthotic training, and assessment of fit and instruction for use. Our therapists most commonly use therapeutic activities, including bed mobility training, transfer training, and optimal wheelchair mobility or gait training. This can also be integrated with balance training, sitting, and standing to improve stability and safety with transfers and gait.
Women’s Health Therapy
Our team at Insight Comprehensive Therapy is trained to evaluate patients antenatally and postnatally for their musculoskeletal pains and provide treatment plans, which not only include abdominal treatments, but also core strengthening. We utilize kinesiotaping for relief from SI Joint-related pains, treat SI Joint mobilization, and work on posture to improve feeding abilities. Patients are taught their home exercise plans to tackle their low back pain during pregnancy and post-delivery.
Common Reasons to Attend Physical Therapy During Pregnancy:
- Back/Postural Pain
- Preparation for Labor and Delivery
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Common Reasons to Attend Physical Therapy After Pregnancy
- Back/Postural Pain
- Diastasis Recti
- Problems Related to Breastfeeding
- Scar Tissue Management
- Pelvic Health