Our motivational and compassionate physical therapists provide you a personalized, hands-on approach to get you back in the game as fast as possible… and you’ll probably laugh while you’re doing it. We call it the “Friendly Factor,” our commitment to be the bright spot in every patient’s day.
Aquatic Therapy or pool therapy is physical Therapy that is performed in the water. Aquatic Therapy uses the resistance of water instead of weights. It aims to rehabilitate patients after injury of those with chronic illness, avoiding the amount of weight placed on the joints by exercise outside the water.
Hand Therapy is the type of rehabilitation performed by a Physical Therapist on a patient with conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities. This enables the hand therapist to work with patients to hasten their return to a productive lifestyle.
Agapé Physical Therapy employees’ therapists who are certified in the McKenzie Method; This means they are certified, and have taken the additional education to specialize in the treatment of the back and neck.
Sports rehabilitation is an approach to treat injuries sustained through sports participation so the athlete can regain normal pain-free mobility. The primary goal is to use exercise, ice and/or heat application, ultrasound and electrical stimulation to return the patient to pre-injury activities, whether the athlete is a professional, amateur or casual player.
A brief, complimentary quick screen to determine appropriateness for physical therapy and recommendations on Doctor follow up and/or if further testing is warranted.
Agapé Physical Therapy has a fitness center at all 4 of our locations. Current patients of therapy, as well as non patients are welcome to sign up for the fitness program. A onetime one on one session with a therapist is included to make sure the individual is comfortable with the equipment and has goals and exercises set up by the therapist.
The goal of restorative care physical therapy is to return each patient to his/her highest level of function. Individual programs are tailored to include goals that will ensure appropriate functional skills can be identified, learned, safely implemented and reinforced.
More people are using physical therapy for preventative care to help them stay healthy. Physical therapists can identify a problem in advance which can often helps patients avoid expensive surgery that can cause additional health issues.
Falls among the elderly are common, and often diminish their ability to live an active and independent life. Physical therapists can help prevent falls with the evaluation of individualized programs for treatment plans which can include exercise for strength, mobility and balance.
Balance training is a method of physical therapy in which the treatment is focused on improving the functions and skills most associated with an increased risk of falling; which includes: posture, balance, strength and coordination