At CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine, we help our patients recover from a wide variety of injuries, including automobile accidents and on-the-job mishaps. Oftentimes the key to recovery lies in physical therapy paired with medication or, in some cases, surgery. No matter what the means, our goal is always the same: help you regain your previous level of activity and comfort.
If you have experienced a recent injury, or are affected by a condition that is causing you pain and decreasing your mobility, a crucial part of your treatment and recovery should focus on physical therapy. Physical therapy rehabilitates the muscles, ligaments, or tendons that have been damaged or grown weak due to injury. This ultimately leads to a decrease in pain and an increase in strength, mobility, and flexibility.
The physical therapists at our offices are not only well trained, but are experts in providing a personalized approach and technique to help each patient toward recovery. .
Conditions We Treat With Physical Therapy
At CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine, our physical therapists are highly trained and able to treat a variety of illnesses and injuries. A few of the conditions that we are able to successfully treat via physical therapy at our Miami offices include:
- Multiple sclerosis and other mobility-hindering diseases
- Injuries caused by overuse and repetitive stress, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and plantar fascitis
- Neck pain and back pain
- Injuries that are sports-related, such as ACL and meniscus tears
Each patient is unique, and requires a unique physical therapy regime tailored to their needs. Our talented physical therapists at CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine will customize your program around you, ensuring that your needs are met and your limits are respected. The goal is to continue challenging you and helping you regain your former strength and mobility.
What Could Your Physical Therapy Program Include?
- Stretching to improve and increase flexibility.
- Increasing strength through core training and resistance exercises.
- Walking exercises aimed at improving balance, weight bearing ability, and coordination.
It is also very common for your personal physical therapist to develop a home-based exercise routine, allowing you to continue developing and achieving progress in the comfort of your own home.
One of the primary goals of the physical therapy program involves reducing swelling and pain commonly associated with illness or injury, and the team of therapists at CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine office uses traditional methods along with the newest cutting-edge techniques.
Your physical therapy regimen could very well include manual therapy such as massage or chiropractic, alongside hot and cold therapy, ultrasound therapy, or electrical stimulation therapy.
- Physical Therapy for Back Pain in Miami
- Physical Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis in Miami
- Physical Therapy for Neck Pain in Miami
- Physical Therapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Miami
- Physical Therapy for Sports Related Injuries in Miami
Contact Our Offices Today
Click here to contact the offices at CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine today and schedule your personal consultation with any of our physicians, or with a physical therapist. We will analyze your current situation and devise a comprehensive plan that meets your specific needs to get you on the road to recovery!