Types of Treatment
Types of Treatment
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At RET, we know that your pain or dysfunction is unique to you. That’s why we get to know your story as soon as you walk through our doors–so we can get busy creating a plan to set you on the path to living a healthy, active life again.
Let our team of therapists get to the root cause of whatever is holding you back.
At RET, our physical therapy is provided by a team of licensed health care professionals.
Physical therapy is a health care specialty that evaluates, diagnoses, and treats injuries, disabilities, and diseases that can limit one's activity levels due to pain and/or loss of function.
When someone suffers loss of function or pain due to disease, injury, or mechanical dysfunction, they often will seek care from a physical therapist. Physical therapy is useful in treating many different medical disorders. Sports, orthopedic, neurologic and muscular conditions, as well as, cardiopulmonary diseases are just a few areas in which our physical therapists treat.
Other beneficiaries of physical therapy include those suffering from a current or past injury, chronic joint or back pain, or recovering from surgery.
During the initial visit, you’ll get a comprehensive evaluation allowing your therapist to determine the nature of your issue. With this knowledge, your therapist can effectively diagnose the root cause of the problem and design a sustainable plan of care.
Treatment may include various therapy techniques, including:
- Manual therapy
- Joint mobilization and manipulation
- Instruction in proper body mechanics and posture
- Functional activities, and exercise
- Modalities such as therapeutic ultrasound, electric stimulation, and the application of hot and/or cold packs.
Physical therapy can result in decreased pain and increased mobility and strength. On a larger scale, patients will find they have increased their independence and, consequently, increased their quality of life.
Aquatic Physical Therapy allows people of all ages and levels of function to reach their goals, and return to what they love to do.
For those with movement difficulties, the buoyancy of the water provides reduced stress on joints and muscles, and is great for post-operative joint replacements. For strengthening and balance, water’s resistance can develop the conditioning necessary to return a seasoned athlete back to their sport. It also gives confidence back to those who want to return to a more active lifestyle.
We use our hands all day, and for all types of activities.
Knowing the amount of use the hand goes through on a daily basis, it is no wonder that injury and chronic pain conditions can develop. RET’s hand therapy and rehabilitation programs offer our patients experienced therapists who work in close collaboration with each patient’s physician to optimize recovery following upper extremity injury or surgery.
Our specialists offer individualized medical nutrition therapy (MNT) and wellness plans. At select RET locations, you can work with a dietitian to develop a custom nutrition plan designed to meet your individual goals. The MNT will include ongoing education and support geared towards sustainable changes that allow you to be successful in achieving your targeted results.
Our Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation program was developed in order to help patients that are faced with painful and/or bothersome symptoms which interfere with their daily lives. These issues are complex and may include urinary, colorectal and musculoskeletal components.
RET has always worked with members of our communities who have sustained motor vehicle injuries since 1973. We work closely with your entire team including your physicians, claims managers, and attorneys to ensure you receive the necessary care required to make a full recovery.
Is a new, cutting-edge treatment that has been found to improve muscular strength even in the presence of pain and other limiting symptoms. BFRT can help you build strength and get back to the activities you love.
VRT is an exercise-based program designed to promote central nervous system compensation for inner ear deficits. VRT can help with a variety of vestibular problems including Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) and the unilateral or bilateral vestibular hypofunction (reduced inner ear function on one or both sides) associated with Ménière's disease, labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis.
Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD) is made up of symptoms that involve the jaw and surrounding facial muscles, teeth, ears, and neck. They include temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain, face or jaw pain, ear pain, ringing in the ears, dizziness, headaches, joint sounds, muscle pain or tenderness, neck pain, and more.
No matter your injury or pain, we’re well equipped to treat it and lead you to a pain-free life.
Take the first step in your journey towards comfort and book your appointment today.