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  • What is Physical Therapy?
    Physical therapy or physiotherapy (sometimes abbreviated to PT) is the health care profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention. It is carried out by physical therapists (known as physiotherapists in most countries) and physical therapist assistants (known as physical rehabilitation therapists or physiotherapy assistants in some countries). In addition to clinical practice, other activities encompassed in the physical therapy profession include research, education, consultation, and administration. Definitions and licensing requirements in the United States vary among jurisdictions, as each state has enacted its own physical therapy practice act defining the profession within its jurisdiction, but the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has also drafted a model definition in order to limit this variation, and the APTA is also responsible for accrediting physical therapy education curricula throughout the United States of America. In many settings, physical therapy services may be provided alongside, or in conjunction with, other medical or rehabilitation services, including occupational therapy Source: Wikipedia
  • What is the INDIBA treatment and how does it work?
    INDIBA Active Cell Therapy is a radiofrequency treatment that can be used for many reasons. The INDIBA utilizes 448 kHz of radiofrequency which increases the cell membrane permeability, ionic exchange, and cellular metabolism. This results in improved tissue repair and faster healing as well as pain management.
  • How long will I be in therapy?
    It depends! A therapy plan of care can be as short as one visit, or can extend over many years depending on diagnosis, goals, and response. An average plan of care will last around 6-8 weeks and our clinicians work with the patient to determine what is needed and what is best for them.
  • Does Physical Therapy Hurt?
    While physical therapy can be uncomfortable in some circumstances, it is not always a "no pain no gain" approach. Our providers never push past your comfort zone, and always do their best to have you leaving the clinic feeling better than when you walked in.
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