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Fort Lauderdale Physical Therapy

Fort Lauderdale Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine offers a full range of physical therapy services in Broward county and serving its surrounding areas.

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Physical Therapy Overview

Our Physical Therapy specialists are here to help you return to the highest degree of physical independence possible through comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation programs. We’ll work with you as you:

  • Regain function
  • Reduce pain
  • Restore lost strength
  • Prevent future injuries or episodes

Our providers are certified physical therapists, committed to providing you with the highest level of care using the best technologies and research available today. We have a variety of physical therapy treatment and rehabilitation programs to treat a wide range of conditions. Services include:

  • Pre-surgery care
  • Post surgery rehabilitation
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Work injuries or accidents
  • Neurological disorders
  • Injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand
  • Foot and ankle injuries, including sprains and strains
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Physical Therapy Painful? See More Details

While physical therapists help eliminate pain, some treatments, particularly those to regain loss of joint motion, can be painful. However, with ultrasound, E-stim, or TENS modalities, along with heat and cold pack, our therapists in their affectionately labelled “Torture Chamber,” achieve amazing outcomes with theirs hands on approach.

What’s the difference between physical therapists and chiropractors? See More Details

Chiropractors do utilize some of the same treatment modalities as therapists. Their approach of spinal manipulation to treat non-spinal problems is based on a 127 year old but still unproven theory that adjusting the spine allows the body to treat itself. However, our therapists are dedicated to educating patients about their problem and educating them to enable continuation of therapy at home to complete rehab and prevent future problems.

How often should I have physical therapy? See More Details

Treatment frequency and duration depends on the diagnosis, severity, and therapy progress until the patient can be transitioned  to a home therapy program. The specifics will be discussed by your treating physician in conjunction with your therapist.

Can Physical Therapy cure my injury? See More Details

Physical therapy is often sufficient to cure many orthopedic problems. The decision to treat a specific problem with therapy alone or in conjunction with other treatments will be made by you and your Fort Lauderdale Ortho provider.

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