Progressive Physical Therapy specializes in spine rehabilitation with proven therapies and personalized focus. Spine-related pain is a common and costly ailment. Four out of five American adults experience back or neck pain sometime during their lives. The annual cost of treating spine problems, time lost from work, insurance, therapy and surgery runs into the billions of dollars annually.
Specialized care for a variety of spine and back conditions
Whether your pain is a minor discomfort or a major disability, our highly trained physical therapists can help reduce your pain, get you back to your life and avoid future problems. Below are common problems our spine rehabilitation program treats:
- Acute or chronic neck or back pain
- Bulging or herniated discs
- Arthritis and degenerative disc and joint diseases
- Sprains, strains, muscle spasms, stiffness and postural pain
- Sciatic and pinched nerves
- Post-surgical care for vertebral fusion, disc repair, and other spine procedures
- Pregnancy and post-delivery back pain
Helping you get past the pain with proven spine rehabilitation programs
The spine physical therapy rehabilitation program at Progressive Physical Therapy starts with a thorough, careful evaluation. We strive to relieve the pain by helping you stretch, strengthen and stabilize the injured areas. In addition, our therapists have intensive post-graduate training in orthopedic manual therapy techniques that are proven to get excellent results. We combine these techniques with graded exercise, self-management and patient education to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Quality care with you as the sole focus
Every person is one-of-a-kind and every case is unique. This is perhaps most true of neck and back problems, which is why our care at Progressive Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation is highly personalized and completely designed around your individual needs. Whether it’s your first episode of back pain, a reoccurring problem, or you are recovering from back surgery, we tailor your therapy to your pain, general health, physical abilities and goals for recovery.
Where Does it Hurt? We Can Help!
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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