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● Physical therapy for whiplash. After the initial stages have subsided, one method of whiplash treatment is physical therapy. Through stretching exercises, doctors can alleviate pain and stiffness.
● Physical therapy for spinal cord injury. Spinal cord injury treatment varies from person
to person because no two people will be affected the same. However, most spinal cord injuries require advanced physical therapy and rehabilitation. The physiotherapy exercises for these types of injuries focus mainly on muscle strengthening.
● Physical therapy for breaks and fractures. Physical therapy for breaks and fractures often starts during the time period when the affected body part is immobilized (in a cast, sling, etc.). Since the muscles surrounding the affected area aren’t being used, they often become tight or weak. Once you’ve had time to heal, the exercises become more about regaining strength in the injured body part.
● Physical therapy for a dislocated shoulder. After the pain and swelling in a dislocated shoulder goes down, many doctors prescribe physical therapy to strengthen muscles and restore the range of motion you had pre-injury. By strengthening the muscles in your shoulder you reduce the risk of dislocating it again in the future.
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Utilizing their years of experience, our providers all work together, to find the best treatment program for each individual patient. They do this by staying at the forefront of medical research, giving them the ability to deliver the latest and most innovative forms of healthcare. With multiple locations throughout north and central New Jersey , Spine and Rehabilitation Centers of New Jersey is your most convenient multi-specialty clinic with same day appointments available.