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Orthopedic rehabilitation is a rehab that is focused on musculoskeletal conditions and disorders. The most common conditions we treat are neck and lower back pain, causes of which include, but are not limited to, repetitive strain, disc bulges/herniations, and degenerative joint disease.
We also address problems such as rotator cuff impingement, frozen shoulder, tennis/golfer’s elbow, and carpal tunnel syndrome to name a few. With regards to the lower extremities, common conditions we treat include hip tendinopathies, groin strains, meniscus tears, patellofemoral chondromalacia (PFC), foot/ankle sprains, and strains.
“I have been going to Proformance Rehab for around 8 or 9 years now. I have seen a number of PTs there and very single one of them has been fantastic! I have recommended ProFormance to friends and they have had excellent results, as well. ProFormance has helped me with recovery from muscle tears and broken bones. They listen, get to know you as a patient, and make sure you are doing the right things for health, fitness, and longevity. I can't say enough positive things about this place — highly, highly recommended!”-Erin
Want more info? Check out our most frequently asked questions.
How long does therapy typically take?
Each visit lasts one hour and is one on one with a licensed physical therapist.
When can I expect from the process?
After your initial evaluation, your PT will recommend a plan of care that may involve coming in weekly for weeks or months. The length of your recovery depends on many factors, some of which include the severity of the injury, and history.
What do I need for my first appointment?
We ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time so that you may fill out the necessary paperwork and for our front office to take your information. To expedite this you can fill these out beforehand by downloading them from our website on the Resources page. You can either email the completed forms or submit them when you check-in.