At OPT, we push ourselves to return you to an active lifestyle through one or more services. Designed to achieve goals, be they pain free activities, return to competitive athletics, work, or even your favorite hobbies, our physical therapy and wellness programs can help, both as a short term therapeutic action or longer term wellness or preventative routines.
Physical Therapy & Sports Injuries
You have had a setback from injury, illness, or surgery and have lost function. You are probably experiencing pain, swelling, stiffness, weakness and inability to move the injured body part . Your life style has changed, for the worse, and you rely on others to help you get even the simple things done. Call us or ask your physician if an OPT physical therapist can help you. Examples of conditions that can benefit from physical therapy are:
- Muscle injuries
- Neck and Back pain
- Sports Injuries
- Orthopedic Surgeries (Joint replacement, Arthroscopy, Ligament Repair, etc)
- Nerve disorders
- TMJ dysfunction
- RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)/CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
- Hemiplegia (resulting from stroke, brain tumor, or any other cause)
- Loss of general body condition resulting from any surgery or injury
- Pediatric Conditions
Senior citizens can benefit from physical therapy intervention to improve their quality of life. Whether it be the reduction of risk of injuries from falling, or management of osteoporosis, an appropriately defined intervention program may be of help.
The medical benefits of yoga are well documented, and selected techniques of yoga have good potential in rehabilitation programs. “Yoga therapy” utilizes yoga postures and adapts them to specific musculoskeletal injuries. As some injuries can be aggravated by improper understanding of yoga and physical therapy, it is important that a therapist trained in both yoga and physical therapy manages the individual poses in a personalized yoga rehabilitation program.
At our new facility in Oak Ridge, we have an extensive array of fitness equipment, which we use to help our clients maintain their benefits from physical therapy or simply to stay well by exercising regularly. (More)