Physical therapy is a treatment method you may need if an orthopedic injury or condition is causing you pain or is making it difficult for you to move or complete everyday tasks.
The goal of physical therapy is to make movement and activity easier, reduce your pain, restore muscular function and strength, and help you return to your pre-injury activities, work, and recreation.
Your doctor may recommend physical therapy to help you recover following surgery, following an injury, or to alleviate the pains of long-term health problems, including:
- Back pain
- Tendon or ligament injuries or tears
- Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
- Spinal stenosis
- Multiple sclerosis
The specialty-trained physical therapy experts at North Texas Orthopedics & Spine Center provide comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation services for patients. These services include conservative injury treatment, pre- and postoperative treatment, and spine care and management.
Using the most advanced rehabilitation techniques and state-of-the-art modalities, including exercise, stretching, therapeutic activities, specialized splinting, core strengthening, manual therapy, weight lifting, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation, our physical therapy specialists offer a diverse array of treatment options to meet your orthopedic physical therapy needs.
Why choose North Texas Orthopedics & Spine Center?
Our specialty-trained physical therapy experts provide comprehensive therapy services. Combining specific exercises and activities to help patients restore joint and muscular function, strength, and range of motion for sports and orthopedic injuries, our experts are dedicated to helping patients return to their daily activities quickly and safely.
With advanced training and certification, our experts help patients increase mobility, improve posture, and correct body mechanics through both nonsurgical and postsurgical rehabilitation programs.
To schedule an appointment with one of our physical therapists, please call (817) 581-3400 or click on the Appointment Request button.