- Joint / Arthritis pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Soft tissue pain
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Degenerative disc disease/disc herniations
- Lumbar pain/low back pain
- Thoracic and cervical pain/neck pain
Pain has a devastating effect on the lives of sufferers and families and creates a high amount of distress and disability. Patients with Pain report severe impairments on multiple quality-of-life measures that consider physical, social and psychological well-being domains. Many patients undergo a progressive physical deterioration caused by sleep and appetite disturbances, decrease in physical activity, and high risk of excessive medication. Furthermore, the social effects of pain are equally devastating; many patients become estranged from their families and friends; they decrease their social interactions and are unable to work, leading to loss of their jobs in many cases
At WellnessOne Pain clinic, we know that chronic pain is treatable; we also know that physical therapy is an integral part of a multidisciplinary pain management program. These are especially true now that many pain relief medications have proven ineffective or have put patients at risk of more serious conditions. Our physical therapists can assist in reducing pain and improving function, as well as provide education on physical exercise and pain management. We carefully evaluate, diagnose and design a patient centered treatment plan including the most advanced physical therapy techniques. The right combination of clinical therapies and exercise can improve function and increase flexibility while also significantly reduce pain.
It is important to keep in mind that every person is different and will therefore respond to physical therapy differently. People have different types of bodies, patterns of movement, alignments and habits. Physical therapists and their trained staff can monitor each individual and work with each to correct improper habits, alignments and movement patterns.
There are many different kinds of physical therapy. Some are passive, that is, done to the patient; others actively engage the patient in physical movement.
Passive PT for Pain
Active PT for Pain
WellnessOne Physical Therapy offers the below list of areas where you should not ignore pain:
Chest, jaw, shoulder, arm, abdomen, lower back, between shoulder blades, severe pain in the calf , burning feet or legs, or unexplained pains anywhere.
If you are experiencing pain, contact us for an evaluation and treatment.