Physical Therapy Baltimore, MD
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Rossville Professional Center
1232 Race Road, Suite 203
Rosedale, MD 21237
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Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy

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“Today was my last day for my treatment on my left arm. The pain I was in from the torn rotator cuff has been relieved. The staff and Dr Lemoine were very pleasant. I would recommend them to my friends.”
Carol S.
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We provide Physical Therapy services

LeMoine Physical Therapy can help people at any stage of life, when movement and function are threatened by aging, injury, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors. Our goal is to maximize your quality of life, looking at physical, psychological, emotional and social well-being.

LeMoine Physical Therapy is equipped with the skills, tools and expertise to not only promote injury healing and pain reduction, but to identify other underlying physical impairments—including weakness, flexibility and joint stiffness, to name a few—that might require a more specialized path to recovery.

Your personal physical therapy begins with a comprehensive evaluation of functional limitations and areas of pain. We will design a treatment plan based on your needs and goals. 

Our services included all types

At LeMoine Physical Therapy, we treat a number of different orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions and diseases. Here are just a few of the many diagnoses our therapists treat every day:

HAND: Post Surgery, Splints, Epicondylitis

SHOULDER: Rotator Cuff, Tendonitis, Labral Pathology

NECK: Spasm, Headaches, Trigger Points, Dizziness

BACK: Herniated Disc, Postural Dysfunction, SI Joint, Stenosis, Sciatica

HIP: Osteoarthritis, Bursitis, Labral Pathology, Impingement

KNEE: Tendonitis, ACL, Patellofemoral, Meniscus, Illiotibial Band Syndrome, Osteoarthritis

ANKLE & FOOT: Plantar Fascistic, Sprain, Strain, Shin Splints, Achilles Injury

Six Main Types Of Physical Therapy And Their Benefits

Physical therapy isn’t a monolith. In fact, there are six main types of physical therapy, each with different aims, body parts or parts focus, and different instruments to achieve targeted results. At LaMoine Physical Therapy, we follow this health science discipline and incorporate a range of treatment and rehabilitation modalities without using drugs or prescription medications.

Physical therapy subspecialties developed over time, each focusing on different pathologies and ailments. Now, suppose you’re having trouble moving after being hurt by a degenerative disease or health condition or have limited mobility due to the natural aging process. In that case, a wide range of physical therapy techniques and approaches within one of these subspecialties provide targeted relief and help you achieve your mobility goals.

So, what are the six different types of physical therapy?

Pediatric Physical Therapy

As the name implies, pediatric physical therapy is exclusively for children. It may treat or correct birth defects, delayed physical growth, genetic conditions like cerebral palsy, or acute damage from an injury.

Child-focused PT helps youths strengthen certain areas of the body and practice their range of motion and movements. The therapist makes the sessions fun and engaging while providing challenging movements and plenty of encouragement. Each technique is specific for growing and developing muscles and soft tissue and may be a different approach than that taken for an adult.

Neurological Physical Therapy

Neurological physical therapy aims to treat neuromuscular and nervous system disorders. It can help restore mobility and balance and improve coordination. This type of therapy may be used as part of a holistic treatment after an aneurysm or brain injury, to ease the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, or to treat spinal cord or sciatica disorders. Sessions focus on improving stamina to combat the extreme fatigue and muscle weakness many patients suffer.

Geriatric Physical Therapy

This is physical therapy for seniors, treating a variety of age-related ailments and limitations that occur as part of natural aging. Your therapy sessions may focus on reducing pain and joint stiffness, improving mobility through different exercises, or focusing on coordination and balance. Many geriatric physical therapy clients suffer from arthritis, osteoporosis, and other chronic medical conditions.

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular physical therapy specifically targets vestibular disorders or disorders related to the vestibular system (comprised of parts of the brain and inner ear, which controls balance and eye movement). Many patients have difficulty processing some types of sensory information, physical therapy may improve this ability.

Orthopedic Physical Therapy

This type of physical therapy corrects deformities in the musculoskeletal system. Patients may have a chronic medical condition affecting their muscles and bones or may have experienced trauma to their tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints, and bones. Orthopedic musculoskeletal physical therapy helps relieve pain, increases mobility, and may correct certain skeletal damage.

Cardiovascular And Pulmonary Physical Therapy

Patients with chronic lung disease or respiratory disease, or those experiencing heart failure may benefit from targeted physical therapy. Patients learn different types of exercises, including resistance and strength training techniques. The goal is to strengthen the heart and lungs as much as possible and improve their quality of life.

You may benefit from targeted physical therapy more than you think. Contact LeMoine Physical Therapy today to learn more.


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