Our Services

We are proud to have been voted the Top Physical Therapy and Rehab doctor in Silver Spring. We put our patients first and take the necessary time with each individual patient to understand their conditions and implement a customized treatment plan to help with their recovery . Prior to treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, the patient will be evaluated to determine the level of impairment which affects his/her functional activities. The therapist will discuss the results with the patient/family member. A personal treatment plan will be developed based on the patient’s specific needs. After a treatment plan has been designed the patient will begin orthopedic or neurological rehabilitation.

SOME OF OUR MORE POPULAR THERAPY SESSIONS ARE:

Neurological Disorders

Physical/Occupational therapy can help improve balance and movement for people living with neurological disorders such as ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), Stroke,Parkinson's disease, neuropathies/peripheral nerve injury, Brain tumor removal, Multiple sclerosis, nerve impingement,Guillain Barre, Myastemia Gravis and others.

Balance & Gait Training

Physical therapy to improve postural misalignment, problem walking after wearing cast or boot for long period of time and decrease fall risks.

Massage Therapy

Manual therapy provided to decrease muscle spasm, tightness, increase flexibility, improve headache and more.

Shoulder pain and surgery

The goal of physical therapy is to improve the functioning of the muscles surrounding your shoulder

Vestibular/dizziness Rehabilitation

Frenzel goggles are extremely useful in evaluation of patients with vestibular disorders.

Ankle pain and Surgery

Physical therapists help people who have experienced ankle injury reduce their pain; regain their strength, motion, and balance; return to normal activity levels; and avoid reinjury.

Fibromyalgia/Chronic pain

PT can treat inflammation and address the movement dysfunction that's at the core of much chronic pain and learn to move and perform daily activities in ways that don't aggravate old injuries or put you at risk of new ones.

Orthopedic Disorders

Orthopedic physical and Occupational therapy focuses on restoring function to the musculoskeletal system, including joints, tendons, ligaments and bones.

Work Injuries

After a work injury, an active treatment plan involving physical therapy is the best way to ensure a quick return-to-work

Wellness Metabolic treatment

Now when you are getting you physical therapy treatment you can receive assistance with any metabolic concerns you may be have, like, diabetes, high blood pressure, and weight loss.

Back Pain and Sciatica Relief

Back Pain
Back and neck pain takes a toll on everyday life. Your physical therapist can teach you specific stretching exercises to get rid of pain and stiffness. After focusing on your pain, the therapist will probably work to improve your flexibility, strength, and endurance

Fall Risk Prevention

The most effective physical therapy approach for the prevention of falls and fractures in community-dwelling older adults is regular multicomponent exercise; a combination of balance and strength training has shown the most success.

Hip and Knee Pain Relief

We help get you back to your favorite activities faster. Activities such as running, golf, soccer, as well as prior trauma, obesity, and more can cause hip and knee joint pain.

Hand and Wrist Therapy

Physical therapy and Occupational therapy can often be used to improve comfort and decrease inflammation. A variety of methods will be used to mobilize the affected hand joints, improve range of motion and strengthen the hand.

Women and Men Pelvic Floor Health

WOMEN AND MEN PELVIC FLOOR HEALTH
Some symptoms that can be improved with pelvic floor physical therapy are: Urinary problems, such as: Urinary incontinence. Urinary frequency. Bowel problems. Fecal incontinence. Straining or experiencing pain during bowel movements. Unexplained pain. Pelvic pain. Pain in the genital area. Pain during intercourse.

Lymphedema Therapy

Manual lymphatic drainage is a type of massage based on the hypothesis that it will encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues back toward the heart.

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Learn to successfully and independently perform gross motor skills and functional mobility skills. As a child begins to successfully develop these skills, it creates a greater form of independence that helps contribute to achieving a higher sense of self-esteem.

Cognitive and Vision Impaired therapy

occupational therapy practitioners determine how cognitive and vision impairment has limited the person's ability to complete specific daily tasks. The practitioner then modifies the task and/or the environment to minimize or remove those limitations.

Custom Hand Splinting

Custom splints orthoses are constructed by our occupational therapist. These custom splints/orthoses can be used to rest or protect a painful joint, give stability to increase pain free functional use, or to increase pain free motion in a stiff joint

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy treats injured, ill, or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. They help these patients develop, recover, improve, as well as maintain the skills needed for daily living and working

THESE SESSIONS MAY INCLUDE DEPENDING ON THE PATIENT DIAGNOSIS THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

** ON AVERAGE, THERAPY SESSIONS LAST 30-45 MINUTES

WE ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE PLANS:

** If you do not see your insurance listed above please contact our office and our staff will be happy to assist you.