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What is Physical Therapy, and How Can it Help You?
Physical Therapists are experts in improving mobility and motion. Physical Therapists use hands on treatments and specific exercises to treat a variety of problems ranging from headaches and spine pain, knee pain and hip pain, to foot and ankle pain. Some Physical Therapists specialize in the treatment of Women's Health conditions like incontinence and pelvic pain. Other Physical Therapists specialize in the treatment of Sports injuries and bone and joint injuries also known as Orthopaedic injuries. Many people are referred to Physical Therapy after surgery or a major accident. Other people go to Physical Therapy because they have pain or limitations in their abilities to do normal activities. Diagnoses like back and neck pain, hip and knee pain and plantar fasciitis or foot pain are common reasons for people to see a Physical Therapist. In some cases, Physical Therapy has been known to prevent the need for surgery and reduce the need for prescription medications.
Most insurance covers treatment by Physical Therapists. In many cases you just need a prescription from your Physician, PA, or Nurse Practitioner for the treatment to be covered by your insurance. Too many people suffer from pain conditions that are treatable. For more information about Physical Therapy and what Physical Therapists can do for you visit www.BodycentralPT.net or call (520)325-4002 to schedule an appointment.
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So many people suffer from incontinence. Professional athletes- women that run marathons, women that have just had a baby, and men with Prostate issues- These are just a few.
The little known good knews is : Physical Therapy can Help! No surgery, No medications!
Here is a link to an article that explains in a bit more detail what we are talking about here:
Check out this page- it has a wealth of information. We also have some good information on our own website. And we have 4 highly trained Doctors of Physical Therapy that work with Pelvic Floor dysfunction every day. http://bodycentralpt.net/health