What We Use Physical Therapy To Treat
Here at Bayside Physical Therapy in Clearwater, Florida, we believe that even when a body situation seems hopeless, something can be done about it!
If you’re in pain or recovering from an injury or surgery, we are here to help. Bayside Physical Therapy focuses on workable solutions to your problems. We help alleviate the uncertainty of beginning physical therapy by offering manual therapy skills, specific progressive exercises, and other treatments to relieve your pain. Also, we give you strategies for avoiding further injury.
Physical therapy for back and neck pain reduces pain and stiffness, restores mobility, and strengthens muscles.
Shoulder pain can be a sign of tendonitis or frozen shoulder. Physical therapy improves your mobility and comfort with manual techniques and exercises.
Physical therapy for hip and knee pain can restore your range of motion, decrease your pain, and improve your quality of life.
Foot and ankle pain are common complaints of active people, and can be treated with physical therapy to reduce inflammation and swelling or improve mobility.
Hand, wrist, or elbow pain can keep you from going to work or staying active. Physical therapy can restore your range of motion and relieve your pain.
Whether you’re recovering from surgery or a serious injury, physical therapy restores your body’s range of motion, strength, and stability.
Vertigo can turn your whole world upside down. Physical therapy can restore your balance, eliminate dizziness, and return you to your unimpaired abilities in life.
From tension-type headaches to migraines, physical therapy can alleviate headaches caused by muscle tension, concussions, injuries, or a variety of other factors.
Physical therapy for whiplash can alleviate problems such as neck pain and stiffness, fatigue, or dizziness, and restore your body’s functionality.
TMJ is a condition that limits the normal function of the jaw. TMJ therapy can ease your pain and help you regain normal movement.
Whether you’re walking or standing, losing your balance can affect the way you live your life. Physical therapy reduces your risk of falling and improves your balance.