Balance training & core strengthening reduces fall risk & can improve your game

Progressive Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation wants to help you improve your game and lifestyle by increasing strength, flexibility, and muscular balance. Regular physical activity is very important, especially for seniors. Don’t accept limitations as a new normal. Our thorough evaluations will identify key weaknesses. We then design customized exercise programs that can be done safely at home. We can’t promise to make you the next Gary Player, but we can give you an appropriate exercise regime like his to help you improve your overall  well-being and hopefully shave a few strokes off your next round.

Our program includes: 

  • Thorough Evaluation by a Licensed Physical Therapist
  • Balance & Posture Training
  • Core Strengthening
  • Muscle Stretching and Strengthening
  • Aerobic Training
  • Orthopedic Issues including Arthritis, Joint Replacement
  • Golf Course Warm-up Routine
  • Home Assessment for Fall Risks & Education

The goal of the program is to: 

  • Reduce Pain & Improve Quality of Life
  • Increase Mobility & Performance in Sports & Daily Tasks
  • Stay Active & Independent for Life

Our program is based on the guidelines for Medicare’s Elderly Fall Prevention Program.  Medicare or Insurance may cover, subject to a risk or need assessment.

If you are a senior golfer, please call us and ask about our

Complimentary Assessment Program for Balance & Fall Risk Assessment

Where Does it Hurt? We Can Help!

Low Back/Lumbar

If you have low back pain, you are not alone. At any given time, about 25% of people in the United States report having low back pain within the past three months. In most cases, low back pain is mild and disappears on its own.

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Neck/Cervical

The neck is less protected than the rest of the spine and can be vulnerable to injury and disorders that produce pain and restrict motion often affecting everyday activities. For many, it is a temporary condition disappearing with time.

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Mid-Back/Thoracic

The thoracic spine encompasses the upper- and middle-back region and extends down about five inches past the bottom of the shoulder blades. Although it is solidly constructed and relatively stable, it can also be a source of pain.

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Shoulder

The shoulder is not a very stable type of joint and tends to be easily injured. Pain can arise from problems with instability or impingement of the soft tissue or bony structure. Injuries can occur while performing manual labor, playing sports, or very often by repetitive movements.

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Hip and Groin

The hip is a ball and socket joint designed to withstand repeated motion, but can become damanged due to overuse or injury. A groin strain is an overstretch or tearing injury to the muscles of the inner thigh or front of the hip

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Knee/Hamstring/Quads

Knee pain can restrict movement, affect muscle control in the sore leg, and reduce the strength and endurance of the muscles that support the knee. The most common disease affecting the knee is osteoarthritis.

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Foot/Ankle/Calf

The feet and ankles work together to provide support and mobility to the body. With proper detection, intervention, and care, most foot and ankle problems can be lessened or prevented. Calf injuries usually occur as a result of a sudden pushing off movement or from excessive over-stretching.

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Hand/Wrist/Elbow

Pain in the hand, wrist, elbow or fingers is generally caused by repetitive motions, overuse, or an underlying condition like arthritis or tendonitis. It is a very common complaint. Injuries can also occur during accidents or activities.

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Head/Jaw

Many children and adults suffer from chronic jaw and facial pain. Jaw pain can happen all of a sudden, or it can start off mild and become more intense over time. Identifying the underlying issue is the first step in treating this condition.

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We Succeed Where Others Fail

We are Here to Help. Contact us Today. 

Orange Office:  714.547.1140

Costa Mesa Office: 949.631.0125