Physical therapy is a rehabilitative treatment of physical dysfunction or injury that uses specially designed exercises and equipment to help patients regain or improve their physical abilities. Physical therapy is used to treat pain, scar and soft tissue, and joint restrictive weakness and fatigue. It can also treat bowel and bladder problems such as constipation and urinary or fecal incontinence. Treatment will include specialized manual therapy along with an individually tailored exercise program to help you improve functionality, as well other self-help strategies.
People who have suffered an injury, trauma or surgery to a limb or muscle group will experience improved movement and increased functionality of the affected body part. Physical therapy may also benefit individuals with prolonged overuse syndrome, postural malalignments, and de-conditioning from prolonged illness. Physical therapy helps patients reach their maximum potential over time. In some cases there may be a temporary increase in pain, however, once there is freedom in these tissues, you will experience greater mobility, decreased pain, and a greater sense of well-being that will enhance your ability to be active in daily life-style.
Dr. Logan utilizes any number of treatment modalities to best resolve symptoms and the underlying root cause of those symptoms.