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Midtown East NYC Pain Center, Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Offers Physical Therapy to Help People Achieve their Maximum Potential through Function and Movement
Physical Therapy in Midtown East NYC (Murray Hill): Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation provides physical therapy as a non-invasive therapy that addresses problems in the discs, joints, nerves, tendons, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Physical therapy also works with sports injuries that cause pain, weakness and stiffness. Our physiatrist in Midtown East NY will provide a full assessment, appropriate advice and treatment plans unique to each individual and their specific needs. No matter the treatment plan, the goal for each patient is always the same. The objective of all physical rehabilitation programs is for the patient to regain their pre-injury levels in all aspects of their physical fitness and to prevent any future injuries from taking shape.
Physical Therapy Helps Patients at Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Who Exhibit the Following Symptoms:
- Back and neck pain
- Shoulder, knee and ankle injury or pain
- Muscle injuries, ligament and tendon problems, sprains and soft tissue injuries
- Sports related injuries
- Workplace injuries
- Balance and flexibility problems
- Pre- and post-surgical strength and conditioning rehabilitation
- Whiplash or other auto accident injuries
- Chronic fatigue and weakness
- Fractures and other orthopedic conditions
- Respiratory problems and poor cardiovascular endurance
- Arthritis in one or multiple joints
- Extremity problems
- Bladder or bowel incontinence
- Headaches and dizziness
Back, Neck and Spinal Pain Rehabilitation with Physical Therapy from Our Midtown East Facility
The team of medical professionals at Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation knows that no two patients have the exact same types of back pain. There are some common and predictable patterns. How these patterns present themselves, however, will always be unique to each individual. The doctors will provide a thorough physical therapy analysis and request openness when patients disclose pertinent information regarding their pain in order to correctly determine what treatment to provide them. They will then analyze any movement dysfunctions you may have in order to properly diagnose and provide you with the best treatment and management strategies.
The Doctors at Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Work with Sports Injuries to Help Athletes of All Levels Get Back to their Active Lifestyle
Athletes understand the demands of participating in their given sport. Putting their bodies through rigorous activities day after day can result in painful sprains, strains, tears and overuse injuries. The main reasons athletes suffer sports injuries include over-training, repetitive motions, failure to warm up properly, forceful impacts and not allowing old injuries to heal properly. These injuries can happen in countless ways depending on what activity or sport is being performed. It is important to take precautionary measures when it comes to physical therapy rehabilitation. Seeing the doctors at Grand Central Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation can help athletes heal faster after suffering a sports injury and can prevent such future injuries.
Physical Therapy Helps Improve Flexibility and Balance
Good flexibility and range of motion are very important as they enable people to perform most daily activities that may otherwise be taken for granted, like bending down to pick up an object or turning to look at something behind you. Improving a person’s flexibility also reduces the risk of injury when participating in sports or other physical activities. Our doctors will work with you to either maintain or improve your current flexibility level. He will also help to preserve your joints’ range of motion or improve on where there may be problem areas for you.
Problems with balance make it difficult for people to maintain stable and upright positions when standing, walking, and even sitting. Balance can be difficult after injury as well because the body often works to compensate for weak areas. This means something as simple as normal, daily activities can ultimately throwing the body off-balance in some way. When someone has an injury, the ability to balance is sometimes slowed down and needs to be re-trained at our Midtown East physical therapy center.