You might be in pain due to an accident, injury, or recent surgery. Or, you might suffer from a chronic pain condition that leaves you unable to get around and live your life the way you want to. Don’t let your life shrink due to pain. With physical therapy or functional restoration programs, you can increase your mobility and naturally ease your pain.
At RehabOne Medical Group, with locations in Los Gatos, San Jose, Gilroy, and Salinas, California, our experienced and compassionate care team helps patients heal, reduce pain, and increase their mobility.
Just because you can get up or walk a bit doesn’t mean that you can’t also have a serious mobility problem. How well you can move around in your environment depends on your level of functional mobility. People with recent injuries or chronic illnesses often suffer from reduced functional mobility.
If your level of functional ability is low, you might struggle to get out of bed, much less manage necessary tasks or find energy for fun activities. Assistive devices, such as canes and walkers, may help you get around, but they won’t be able to make you stronger. Physical therapy, however, may be able to improve your overall mobility level in the long term.
At RehabOne Medical Group, your provider will be with you every step of the way, providing the assistance you need to safely increase your strength and range of motion, all while helping you effectively cope with your pain levels.
You could potentially benefit from exercises to improve your strength, flexibility, range of motion, or sense of balance. Physical therapy may also be able to help relieve pain in your neck, shoulder, back, arms, and legs.
Physical therapy may be able to restore easy motion to your joints. We can also use physical therapy to treat nerve pain and other types of chronic pain.
Based on proven techniques and the most up-to-date research, your physical therapy plan at RehabOne Medical Group will take a comprehensive approach. Your provider may recommend targeted therapeutic exercises, such as yoga or tai chi poses, for you to practice alone or with supervision.
Your provider may also recommend pain psychology counseling, stress management support, or even dietary planning and nutrition counseling as part of your physical therapy. Furthermore, your provider may recommend chiropractic care, massage therapy, or acupuncture to support your developing mobility and wellness.
To learn more about your options for increasing your mobility through physical therapy, book an appointment over the phone with RehabOne Medical Group today.