Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY
Suffering from lower back pain? You’re not alone. Lower back pain is a very common condition and the causes amongst individuals tends to vary greatly, but that does not mean you should have suffer with pain. Advance Physical Therapy offers a variety of services targeting lower back pain and we understand the importance of developing a program tailored to the needs of the individual. The variety of conditions Advance Physical Therapy treats include, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, arthritis, sciatica, and sacroiliac joint dysfunction. We also handle patients who need post-surgical rehabilitation for discectomy, laminectomy, and fusion.
Each one-on-one session with your physical therapist includes treatment options such as a massage, myofascial work, and joint mobilizations. A personal exercise program will encourage patients to push themselves to progress and reach their goals.
With locations in Astoria, Lindenhurst, Wantagh, and Valley Stream , Advance Physical Therapy provides a service that combines medical massages with cold laser treatment that is extremely beneficial to those suffer from lower back pain. Medical massages offer many potential health benefits to individuals who suffer from lower back pain. The massage therapy can increase blood flow and circulation, aid in the recovery of muscle soreness and soft tissue injury, decrease muscle tension, and reduce the pain caused by tight muscles. This therapy has also been known to improve sleep and flexibility in patients and the endorphins released also tend to have a positive effect on people suffering from chronic back pain.
Cold laser therapy involves a trained technician placing a hand held laser device over the area where the patients feels pain. The treatment can last from 30 seconds to several minutes depending on the physical therapists recommended course of action. The cold laser contains non-thermal photons of light which pass through the skin’s layers. The light has the ability to penetrate 2 to 5 cm below the skin. When the light is absorbed by the targeted area it results in the normalizing of damaged tissue and pain and inflammation relief and an overall reductions of healing time.
Did you know that you have Direct Access to Physical Therapy? No referral is needed. We have several locations on Long Island and in Queens including Astoria, Valley Stream, Wantagh, and Lindenhurst. To start your Physical Therapy evaluation, call Advance Physical Therapy at (516) 568-4444.