Improving movement, reducing pain, and managing chronic conditions

Physical therapists use a variety of techniques to help patients achieve their goals, including:

  • Exercise: Physical therapists can help patients develop individualized exercise programs to improve their strength, flexibility, range of motion, and balance.
  • Manual therapy: Physical therapists can use their hands to manipulate the body’s soft tissues and joints to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and promote healing.
  • Modalities: Physical therapists may use modalities such as heat, ice, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound to reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling.
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If you are considering physical therapy, talk to Dr. Peter Ray to see if it is right for you.

Physical therapy can benefit people of all ages and with a variety of conditions, including:

  • Injuries: Physical therapy can help people recover from injuries such as sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations.
  • Surgery: Physical therapy can help people recover from surgery and regain their strength and range of motion.
  • Chronic conditions: Physical therapy can help people manage chronic conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and neurological disorders.
  • Pain: Physical therapy can help people reduce pain and improve their quality of life.

Some of the benefits of physical therapy are:

  • Improved mobility and physical function: Physical therapy can help you move more easily and perform everyday activities with less pain.
  • Rehabilitation and prevention of future injuries: Physical therapy can help you recover from an injury and prevent future injuries by strengthening the muscles and tissues around the injured area.
  • Reduced pain or other symptoms related to an acute or chronic injury or condition: Physical therapy can help reduce pain and other symptoms associated with a variety of conditions, such as arthritis, back pain, and sports injuries.

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Wondering what kind of care is right for you? Get a free consultation and examination with Dr. Peter Ray. He will diagnose your condition and suggest the best course of action.