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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Multiple SclerosisThis particular type of therapy is used to treat a variety of medical conditions and diseases such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis, strokes, Parkinson's disease, obesity and muscular dystrophy. The use of water allows you to function at levels that are not possible outside of this environment, which affords positive physical gains. The ultimate goal of aquatic therapy is to progress you to a more functional, land-based program.
Sports MedicineThe athlete. The worker. The performing artist. The weekend warrior. Select Physical Therapy's comprehensive and industry-leading Sports Medicine Program was developed to meet the physical demands of everything you do - personally and professionally.
Aquatic TherapyDid you know that certain conditions and injuries are best treated while you are in the water? After an initial evaluation, a licensed physical therapist may design an individualized comprehensive treatment plan for you that may include aquatic therapy. By conducting your care in water that is maintained at therapeutic temperatures, you will have greater control over your movement with less pain as your body is partially supported by the buoyancy of water.
Manual TherapyOur highly-trained clinical team utilizes a variety of evidence-based treatment and manual therapy techniques to create an individualized plan that will give you the advantage in recovery.
Orthotics and Prosthetic Therapy
Physical TherapyÂ€œI've recently started back again for physical therapy on my shoulder. Last year was my knee, which healed wonderfully thanks to the great Select Physical Therapy staff in Ft. Lauderdale. After just two…
Occupational TherapyÂ€œMy [upper extremity] injury was very extensive and occupational therapy [O.T.] has been an intense part of my recovery. It has not been an easy road, but the team of therapists at Blue Springs made it…
Tennis ElbowLike many sports, injuries are also part of the game. Many of us have heard the term or injury â€œtennis elbow.â€ Tennis elbow is one of the most common injuries sustained by both professionals and amateurs. Tennis elbow is typically an inflammation, or tendinitis, in the wrist exterior muscles which usually is the result of overuse/repetitive motion and improper technique. And, you donâ€™t have to play tennis to suffer from tennis elbow. Tennis elbow also affects athletes and other individuals who participate in leisure or work activities that require repetitive arm, elbow, wrist and hand movement, especially while tightly gripping something.
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