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Physical therapy has long been heralded for its ability to help people with sports and musculoskeletal injuries. But in reality, there are more than 204,000 physical therapists all across the United States work hard to...
Physical therapy has long been heralded for its ability to help people with sports and musculoskeletal injuries. But in reality, there are more than 204,000 physical therapists all across the United States work hard to treat movement, neurological and genetic disorders as well. There are many conditions that physical therapists may treat that you may not be aware of.
Physical therapy can help to improve balance. Balance disorders and dizziness can be alleviated by working on balance exercises and vestibular rehabilitation. This type of therapy can teach patients to compensate for any balance issues by improving vision and body sense.
Physical therapy can offer relief for expecting mothers who may be experiencing pain and discomfort in the back, legs and hips through exercise and treatment. Physical therapy is effective in treating pelvic and back pain to help new moms strengthen their bodies for the rigors of motherhood.
There are many types of headaches including tension headaches, migraines and cluster headaches to name a few. Headaches can become a frequent occurrence that affects a person’s ability to function on a daily basis. After a thorough evaluation, a physical therapist can treat chronic tension-type headaches, the most common headache disorder. A physical therapist can work with you to identify the cause of headaches (for example muscle tension, joint dysfunction in the neck or jaw, poor posture or stress) and work to improve posture, strength and mobility.
Physical therapy can help combat the progressive weakening and degenerative skeletal problems associated with muscular dystrophy.
Physical therapy is so much more than just rehabilitation. Physical therapists are specially trained and licensed to improve people’s lives through the treatment of a number of conditions you may not have previously suspected. Let Above & Beyond Physical Therapy play a role in optimizing your movement to improve your quality of daily life, your ability to earn a living, your ability to pursue your favorite leisure activities and so much more.
Above & Beyond is providing PHYSICAL THERAPY to patients throughout the valley with clinics located in PHOENIX AND QUEEN CREEK. We have established a team of professional, LICENSED PHYSICAL THERAPISTS who believe in our philosophy and are treating all age groups.
Queen Creek Location
21321 E. Ocotillo Rd., Suite 122
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
3201 W. Peoria Ave., Suite D800
Phoenix, AZ 85029