What is physical therapy?
Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when health problems make it hard to move around and to perform everyday tasks. It helps you move better and relieves pain. It also improves or restores your physical function and fitness level.
The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier. For example, it may help with walking, going up stairs, or getting in and out of bed, and improving work related activities.
Physical therapy helps with recovery after various surgeries such as joint replacements, arthroscopies, and spinal procedures.It is extremely effective for sports or dance injuries or long-term health problems such as arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or cardiac insufficiency, Parkinsonsim etc.
Physical therapy can be also geared towards prevention. It can help with strengthening and conditioning of all individuals in order to reduce likelihood of future pain or ailments.
We differ from other physical therapy providers by offering outstanding service, which combines: manual therapy, therapeutic massage, all newest modalities available, as well as individually designed exercise regiment in our state of the art gym.
There are patients for whom physical therapy is likely to be beneficial and may help to prevent headaches from occurring in the first place. These are patients who experience headaches with musculoskeletal problems associated with the neck and/or jaw. Here at New U Physical Therapy at our Staten Island, NY office location we take headache treatments very seriously and offer the best treatments possible that are available today!
Shockwave therapy treatment is an efficient non-surgical treatment for painful disorders and here at our Staten Island, NY office location it is used in the treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions, fundamentally those involving connective tissues such as ligaments and tendons.
Herniated Disc Treatment
Herniated discs are typically a result from an injury or heavy lifting, but aging is the most common cause. Other symptoms of herniated discs include weakness in affected areas, headaches, lower back pain, muscle tension and neck pain. Our Staten Island, NY offices at New U Physical Therapy treat patient’s with herniated disc treatments that improve their quality of life!
Back Pain Treatment
The objective of physical therapy for back pain treatment at our Staten Island, NY office location is to decrease pain, increase function, and offer an understanding of maintenance programs that will prevent further re-occurrences such as stretching exercises and strengthening the back with appropriate techniques that will help you in the long run!
Women’s Health Treatment
Our Women’s Health treatment programs at our Staten Island, NY office location is devised to meet your needs…Mind, Body and Spirit. We provide a holistic approach to serve the unique needs of women. Our services are for the following conditions: post-surgical, obstetric, bowel&bladder, muscoloskeletal, neurovascular conditions and more! Call us and learn more at New U Physical Therapy at our Staten Island location.
Weight Loss Treatment
A physical therapy routine here at New U Physical Therapy at our Staten Island, NY office for weight loss treatment works like a committed exercise program, but with external motivation to guide and manage our patients on the right path of exercising in order to boost those benefits. Secondly, the treatments may target impairment caused by excess weight, reducing damage it has already caused and working to re-strengthen the muscles underneath. We are confident that we can help each individual with their own path to weight loss that’s best for them!
Whiplash Injury Treatment
Your physician may refer you to a physical therapist if you need assistance for a range-of-motion exercises or if you experience chronic pain from whiplash. Our therapists here offer whiplash injury treatment here at our Staten Island, NY office location and can offer additional exercises to strengthen muscles, improve posture and restore normal movement. The goal is to come up with a customized routine that eventually you can do independently at home.