Physical therapy and rehabilitation is a medical specialty that focuses on the restoration of function and movement in individuals affected by injury, illness or disability.

This specialty may include a range of treatments and interventions to improve mobility, strength and overall physical function, including exercises, stretches and manual therapies.

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with physical disorders or disabilities. They work with patients to develop personalized treatment plans and goals and use a variety of techniques to help patients reach their maximum functional potential.

Orthopedic Injuries

Physical therapy can help individuals recover from bone, muscle, tendon, and ligament injuries such as sprains, sprains, and fractures.

Cardiopulmonary Conditions

Physical therapy can help individuals with cardiopulmonary conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and heart disease improve their overall physical function and stamina.

Pediatric Conditions

Physical therapy can help children with developmental delays or disabilities improve their mobility, strength, and general physical function.

Geriatric Conditions

Physical therapy can help older adults maintain independence and improve their mobility, balance, and general physical function.