There are times, however, that surgery may not be the best option, and knowing what options are available is important. It may be good to ask around, especially from the those who provide conservative care, such as a physical therapist or non-surgical orthopedic doctor. With that being said, when a person does have surgery, physical therapy is often a big part of the process.
There are many things that a therapist will provide for a person who is going through the rehab process in the form of physical and hands-on treatment. But often just as important, they are the cheerleader for the individual to help them through the potentially rough months they have ahead.
Here are the simple steps… Once you have filled out our new patient questionnaire, a clinical from our team will take you through a thorough history & examination which allows us to render an accurate diagnosis of your condition.
If determined to be necessary, imaging such as X-rays or MRI may be ordered. We will then create a treatment plan that optimizes your recovery process.
At the AIHI Clinics our treatment plans utilize evidence based protocols to ensure your best possible outcome and recovery. We are committed to your health & look forward to serving you.