At PAM Health, we provide physical therapy to give patients the best possible treatment for their illnesses and injuries. With our licensed physical therapists (PTs), you can improve your body's function and create a better quality of life. Whether you are looking for an outpatient physical therapy clinic or inpatient care for a more comprehensive program, PAM Health is here for you. We have several locations across the United States to cater to your unique needs.
What Is Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation?
Physical therapy is a non-invasive form of treatment for disorders and injuries. Physical therapy uses methods like exercise, massage, and heat to reduce the difficulties associated with various conditions. Some individuals prefer this practice over surgery or prescription drugs, while others need physical therapy post-surgery to improve function. Regardless of an individual's needs or preferences, physical therapy is an excellent tool for developing strength.
Our Approach to Physical Therapy
Our physical therapy practice focuses on creating individualized treatment plans for you to ensure you receive the help you need. Our PTs perform bodily exams and evaluations to understand the full extent of your condition. With the support of our physical therapist assistants, our PTs will employ various techniques to improve your mobility.
Rehabilitation practices may include:
Orthopedic manual therapy
We offer both inpatient and outpatient programs, so you can choose the best option for you. Our outpatient program is ideal for treating injuries and more minor conditions as it does not involve around-the-clock service and attention. For chronic illness or more severe injuries, our inpatient programs give you 24/7 access to our PTs to ensure you receive the guidance you need at all times.
Who Can Benefit From Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is not limited to any age range. Pediatric and geriatric physical therapy are both standard practices as well as any age in between. It can help treat a variety of injuries and conditions, such as:
Injuries, illnesses, and conditions that limit the range of motion or abilities like walking could benefit from physical therapy. While some situations may need physical therapy exclusively, others may work best in conjunction with other specialists and regimens to create a well-rounded recovery program.
Find a PAM Health Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Center Near You
At PAM Health, our physical therapy services help patients heal and return to their daily activities with confidence. Whether you are rehabilitating an injury, recovering from major surgery, or living with a chronic condition, our individualized treatment programs will help you see improvement and reduce your chances of readmission.