People with neck pain blame their pillows or mattress for their symptoms. At PTPC, we have highly skilled physical therapists who are specialized in the management of neck pain through mechanical diagnosis and therapy. You will feel the difference from the very first visit.
The muscles and the joints involved in the shoulder joint complex work in coordination for peak functioning of the joint. Any injury to the shoulder joint complex affects its normal biomechanics and at PTPC the focus of treatment is to restore the natural mechanics and promote healing thereby.
Elbow joint is one of the most complicated joints in the body and often times the symptoms are misleading. Optimal performance of the elbow joint is critical for the normal functioning and we here in PTPC aim for nothing but for your optimal recovery.
Wrist being a complex joint needs thorough assessment and skilled physical therapy to restore its normal functioning. At PTPC, along with manual therapy, therapeutic modalities are judiously incorporated in the rehabilitation.
At PTPC, our physical therapists incorporate evidence based treatments and utilize manual techniques such the McKenzie Technique, Strain-counter-strain techniques, Maitland mobilization techniques to relieve symptoms and initiate a dramatic improvement from the very start.
Hip joint, along with other joints, harmoniously work to accomplish high functional activities like walking and running thus forming a kinetic chain of action. At PTPC, our physical therapists are specialized in assessing and identifying the underlying root cause than only treating the symptoms.
Knee is one joint most susceptible for injury - irrespective of age, injuries to knee are effectively treated at PTPC. Whether its sport related, age related, work related from repetitive stress and strain, PTPC offer individualized treatment plans based on your injury, expectation and demands.
Considering the re-injury rate to an ankle is as high as 40-70%, at PTPC, rehabilitation of your ankle injury just doesn’t stop with relieving your pain symptoms but strengthening not just your ankle, but the entire lower extremity to prevent the risk of re-injury