Physiotherapy in the Plano Area
Are you dealing with pain? Looking for a physiotherapist in Plano?
Our physiotherapists are experts in pain management and can provide you with the treatment and tools you need to get back to your best self.
- Manual therapy
- Exercise routines
- Joint flexibility
- Physical activity
- Lifestyle coaching
No matter what type of pain or limitation you’re dealing with, our physiotherapists at Plano will work with you to create a treatment plan that’s tailored to your individual needs.
How does Physiotherapy work?
Our Physiotherapy team here in Plano helps take care of patients in all phases of healing, from initial diagnosis through the restorative and preventive stages of recovery. Physiotherapy may be a standalone option, or it may support other treatments.
Some patients are referred to our physical therapist by their doctor, but others seek therapy on their own. Whichever way a patient comes to see our physical therapy team, they can expect to:
- Undergo a physical exam and evaluation, including a health history and certain testing procedures, including evaluation of posture, movement and flexibility, and of muscle and joint motion and performance
- Receive a clinical diagnosis, prognosis, plan of care and short and long term goals
- Receive physiotherapist treatment and intervention based on the therapist’s evaluation and diagnosis
- Receive self-management recommendations
Patients often train with our physical therapist in our Plano clinic working on exercises that they can do at home, to help them function more effectively.
What to Expect During Physiotherapy
Our Physiotherapists in Plano use many different techniques to help you decrease pain and stiffness, improve motion and strength, and improve mobility. Physical agents such as heat, ice, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation may be used. Manual techniques are often used to help improve mobility.
Therapeutic exercise is often used by physical therapists to help people gain range of motion, increase strength, and improve function. Patient education about a condition or illness is paramount to the practice of physical therapy, and therapists may use charts, models, and diagrams to help you understand your diagnosis and prognosis.
You may also be given modifications to make or exercises to do at home.
Benefits of Physiotherapy
The benefits of Physiotherapy includes:
- Ease pain
- Improve movement
- Prevent disability
- Increase strength and endurance
- Increase flexibility
- Improve balance and coordination
- Improve cardiovascular fitness
- And much more…
Plus, Physiotherapy is a drug-free way to manage pain. That means no prescription or over-the-counter medications. This can help you avoid the side effects of pain medications, such as addiction and gastrointestinal problems. It’s also non-invasive. That means no surgeries are required. This is a natural way to help your body heal quicker and restore motion and flexibility for your muscles and joints.
Get started with care and book your appointment today[