Physical therapists treat people of all ages and abilities. Here are some ways a physical therapist can help you.
Maximize Your Movement
Pain-free movement is crucial to your quality of life, your ability to earn a living, and your independence. Physical therapists are movement experts who can identify, diagnose, and treat movement problems.
Participate In Your Recovery
Physical therapists work collaboratively with their patients and clients. Treatment plans are designed for each person’s individual goals, challenges, and needs.
Opioid risks include depression, overdose, and addiction, plus withdrawal symptoms when stopping use. In some situations, dosed appropriately, prescription opioids are an appropriate part of medical treatment. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is urging health care providers to reduce the use of opioids in favor of safe alternatives like physical therapy for most long-term pain.
Before you undergo expensive or invasive surgery, try physical therapy. For some conditions, including meniscal tears and knee osteoarthritis, rotator cuff tears, spinal stenosis, and degenerative disk disease, treatment by a physical therapist has been found to be as effective as surgery.
At Hamilton Health Associates, the physical therapist works one-on-one with the patient through the entire course of treatment. Most patients prefer this personalized attention. Most patients who find our office are surprised at this level of care when they have previously gone to a hospital or large PT chain where assistants and helpers are the primary supervisors.
Questions? Contact 513-863-2273 or Christina@hamiltonhealth.us