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Orthopedic Physical Therapy Baltimore, MD

The Benefits of Orthopedic Physical Therapy Baltimore, MD

Orthopedic Physical Therapy Baltimore, MDWe offer orthopedic physical therapy to residents of Baltimore, MD who wish to take advantage of this effective and lasting treatment. As orthopedic specialists, LeMoine Physical Therapy’s staff are licensed and trained, with many years of experience in treating patients. Orthopedic physical therapy is our core focus, and our successful practice is built on patient referrals. Our Baltimore, MD clinic provides orthopedic physical therapy to those recovering from surgery, recreational and professional athletes, children, and adults. We are experts in evaluating and diagnosing orthopedic issues, and developing effective long and short term treatment plans for those with debilitating or painful conditions.

Orthopedic Physical Therapy Can Treat a Wide Range of Conditions

Orthopedic physical therapy is used to treat many types of conditions that those living in Baltimore, MD may experience. If your condition is of an orthopedic nature, call us to make an appointment for a consultation. A short list of the many orthopedic conditions we regularly treat include:

  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction
  • Rehabilitation following total joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery
  • Joint stiffness and pain
  • Rehabilitation following a bone fracture
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Inflammation of the muscle, joint, and tendon
  • Muscle and ligament tears

Orthopedic Physical Therapy Promotes Healing

Orthopedic surgeons diagnose injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal system. If surgery is required, they will perform procedures that help restore full movement and functionality. Some orthopedic surgeons specialize in treating one or more areas of the musculoskeletal system such as the knees, shoulders, or spine. In all of the areas of the body that an orthopedic surgeon treats, as well as the subsequent orthopedic physical therapy provided post-surgery or in lieu of surgery, the goal is to promote healing and improve the patient’s range of motion, overall mobility and functionality, and increase strength in the previously troubled area.

At LeMoine Physical Therapy, We Provide Orthopedic Physical Therapy in Baltimore, MD

Patients who undergo orthopedic physical therapy at LeMoine Physical Therapy will undergo treatment that is specific to their individual needs and particular condition. This may include one or more of the following:

  • Soft tissue and joint mobilization
  • Manual stretching of the affected muscles
  • Manual therapy specific to their condition
  • Pain modulation techniques

Understanding How Orthopedic Physical Therapy Can Benefit Patients in Baltimore, MD

Orthopedic physical therapy is a type of treatment that focuses on the rehabilitation of a patient’s injuries that affect their orthopedic system. The orthopedic system includes ligaments, muscles, tendons, joints, and bones. Orthopedic physical therapy is particularly effective in treating conditions that cause someone to experience swelling in an affected area, decreased strength, pain, or a decrease in their range of motion. These conditions are common among athletes who have sustained an injury, someone who has developed arthritis, and those who have undergone surgery.

  •  Knee injuries, whether the condition has gradually increased in severity, or are due to a traumatic injury, may be treated with orthopedic physical therapy.
  •  Post-operative orthopedic physical therapy is commonly used to treat shoulder and knee conditions resulting from arthroscopic surgery.

If you may benefit from Orthopedic Physical Therapy Baltimore, MD residents recommend, contact our office to schedule an exam and consultation.