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ArthritisOther conditions. Additional complications in the lower arm and hand include De Quervain’s syndrome, bursitis, tenosynovitis, ligament damage, peripheral nerve damage, rheumatoid arthritis, dislocations, and fractures.
Pediatric CareAmy Piatek graduated from the University of Buffalo in May of 2009 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree. Throughout her schooling, she gained experience in a hospital, nursing home, outpatient clinic, and pediatric settings. She joined our team at the end of May 2009, shortly after graduating. Amy has a strong interest in pediatrics and works for a pediatric agency. She enjoys working with all ages and all diagnoses.
Carpal Tunnel SyndromeCarpal Tunnel Syndrome. This is a very common condition that is typically caused by overuse and repetitive movements of the fingers, hand, and wrists, and may also be associated with pregnancy. Symptoms include pain, numbness/tingling, and weakness in the wrist and hand, especially in the thumb, index and middle fingers.
UltrasoundThe first goal of treatment is to reduce pain. Modalities such as heat, ice, ultrasound, electric stimulation, phonoporesis, and inotophoresis can assist in decreasing inflammation and pain.
SciaticaLeg symptoms associated with low back pain can be attributed to nerve irritation that occurs in the lumbar spine. The location and severity of leg symptoms (including pain, numbness, and tingling) depends on the spinal level and amount of inflammation present. Leg symptoms can be a result of many spinal diagnoses including a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, piriformis syndrome and sciatica to name a few. One of the main goals of treatment is to centralize any leg symptoms to the problem area in the low back. Your therapist will give you a variety of stretches and exercises to accomplish this goal.
WhiplashWhiplash. A neck condition typically associated with the trauma of a car accident caused by overstretching of muscles, ligaments, and joints in the neck.
Pinched NerveNeck pain (cervical spine) and mid back pain (thoracic spine) are common conditions treated Rochester Sports and Physical Therapy. Neck and mid back pain may be caused suddenly from a motor vehicle accident or caused gradually over time due to repeated movements and sustained postures associated with daily or work-related activities. Neck pain may be localized to the cervical spine or may manifest itself as symptoms in the arm or hand. Pain, tingling, and numbness are examples of symptoms that may appear in the arm as a result of a pinched nerve. Sometimes problems in the upper neck region produce headaches, dizziness, and even nausea. Mid back pain may be localized to the thoracic spine or may refer pain to more distant regions of the spine, rib cage, or shoulders and arms. Listed below are some of the more common conditions treated at Rochester Sports and Physical Therapy...
Hip ReplacementTotal Hip Replacement. The ball or socket or both is replaced with a synthetic material to rebuild joint structure and reduce pain.
Knee ReplacementTotal Knee Replacement. The joint, bones, and connective tissue are replaced with a synthetic material to help rebuild joint structure and decrease pain.
Achilles TendonitisAchilles Tendonitis. Inflammation and pain in the tendon that attaches to the back of your heel are typical. It is often due to repetitive activities such as jumping or jogging.
Heel SpursPlantar Fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is characterized by pain on the heel due to inflammation and straining of the plantar fascia, the thick, tough covering at the bottom of the foot. Some of the reasons for developing plantar fasciitis are participating in high impact activities or wearing inappropriate footwear. A foot spur may be produced. This can be determined by a doctor taking an x-ray of the heel. The heel spur may be inflamed and tender to touch.
Sports MedicineRochester Sports and Physical Therapy is a therapeutic exercise oriented group of highly skilled New York State licensed therapists. We provide thorough evaluations and individualized treatments for a variety of acute and sub acute orthopedic conditions, including post-surgical rehabilitation, work-related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, recreational injuries, and functional difficulties associated with disease or the aging process.
Manual TherapyThe first goal of treatment is to reduce pain. Modalities such as heat, ice, ultrasound, electric stimulation, phonoporesis, and inotophoresis can assist in decreasing inflammation and pain. The therapist may also use manual therapies, including massage techniques, joint mobilization, and traction to help decrease pain and restore mobility.
Physical TherapyUnder the HIPPA guidelines it is illegal for Rochester Sports & Physical Therapy to disclose any information about you without your permission in writing. For more detailed information or a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices, please refer to the link below...
Frozen ShoulderFrozen shoulder. Also known as Adhesive Capsulitis, this condition occurs when there is inflammation in the shoulder that causes a restriction in the normal range of motion and pain with most movements. The joint capsule develops adhesions that must be stretched before normal function is restored.
Tennis ElbowLateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) and Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow). These describe inflammation of the tendons surrounding the elbow. Both conditions are typically overuse injuries and can be very painful to touch and with elbow and/or wrist movement. Lateral epicondylitis involves the outside of the elbow and is most painful when the wrist is pulled. Medial epicondylitis involves the inside of the elbow and can be felt when the wrist is curled.
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