Battling the effects of arthritis can be very difficult and it is true, there is no reversing your arthritis. The winter can be an added stress because it is very difficult to get exercise. What some people don’t know though is that physical therapy can help with your symptoms.
Studies have shown that increased physical activity can greatly improve the symptoms of arthritis. A study done by Deyle GD on physical therapy treatment effectiveness for osteoarthritis of the knee showed that patients treated with both manual therapy and exercises showed twice the pain relief and improvement of function than of those who just did exercises on their own. It is most important to stay active in these winter months because it is so easy to fall into a pattern of inactivity but this will only make your symptoms worse. The way to stay active is through physical therapy. Advance Physical Therapy located in Lindenhurst and Wantagh, has a team of professionals ready to set up a plan for your specific needs. The right exercises along with manual therapy and stretching can significantly decrease your pain and make sure that you are fighting off the fatigue and stiffness from winter inactivity.
The trained staff at Advance Physical Therapy are dedicated to managing your arthritis pain. The team at Advance are always implementing new techniques and programs focused on getting you back to your day to day activities without much difficulty. Over the course of your specific physical therapy program you will learn new techniques to pain management and what modalities and exercises work best for you. If you are suffering from arthritis call Advance Physical therapy to set up an appointment today!
Did you know that you have Direct Access to Physical Therapy? No referral is needed. We offer the best Physical Therapy on Long Island where you can get help from our trusted and expert Physical Therapists. We have several locations on Long Island including Massapequa, Valley Stream, Wantagh and Lindenhurst. To start your Physical Therapy evaluation, call Park Physical Therapy and The Physical Therapy Alliance at (516) 568-4444.
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