Physical Therapy in Irving
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Are you looking for help with physical therapy in Irving? The team at Ethos Medical Group is here to help.
Conditions That Physical Therapy Help in Irving TX
Physical therapy helps restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease. Physiotherapy or "medically directed rehab" helps restore, maintain, and promote overall fitness and health. Our Irving patients include accident victims and individuals with disabling conditions such as low-back pain, arthritis, disc loss, tech neck, head injuries, and cerebral palsy. Treatment often includes exercise; especially for patients who have been immobilized or who lack flexibility, strength, or endurance. Physiotherapy helps encourage patients to use their muscles to increase their flexibility and range of motion. More advanced exercises focus on improving strength, balance, coordination, and endurance. The goal is to improve how an individual functions at work and at home.
FAQ's About Physical Therapy
What is the difference between chiropractor and a physical therapists?
- Dr. Jason Black perform a comprehensive analysis of range of motion, including identifying the joints involved, tissue limitations, muscular imbalances and structural pathologies. A Chiropractor will treat the spine, the spinal nerves, spinal disc and joints. Along with active care of the muscles/ ligaments/ tendons to restore movement, strength, and promote stability and quality of life. In additions our Doctors will order special tests like X-rays, MRIs and blood tests if needed in your case.
How Physical Therapy Works
Ethos Medical Group in Irving was designed to provide an ideal environment for healing your body, through chiropractic, massage or physical therapy. When you arrive at Ethos Medical Group, Dr. Jason Black will take a thorough history, and evaluation of the entire body including posture and biomechanics, range of motion and joint mobility to find out the cause of pain or disability. You will then discuss treatment options and goals, so that we can customize a treatment plan catered to you. Each session will last roughly one hour. The frequency of visits and the length of treatment is determined by the findings in your case. The results are typically a result of the patient's commitment. When the patient follows the plan, does their exercises as often as suggested and using the proper techniques, the treatment is typically very successful.
If you are interested in Physical therapy in Irving, call our Ethos Medical Group team today.