Types of Treatment

Cutting-edge treatments for long-lasting results.

We know that the only way you can truly achieve lasting relief from your pain or limitation is to find the right therapy for your unique circumstances. We take the time to understand your story so that we can provide the best outcomes every single time.

Our team of dedicated physical therapists will use the latest research, technology, and modalities to get to the cause of whatever is holding you back. And then help you move past it, for good.

At Shea PT, we offer the most effective, cutting-edge back pain treatment. Many patients with back pain are often immediately prescribed opioids or told to seek surgical solutions. However, physical therapy is often the most effective treatment for back pain.

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A hand, wrist, or shoulder injury can quickly compromise your quality of life whether it’s accident induced, a symptom of overuse, or has been brought on by a disease.

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Chronic pain, or persistent pain, is pain that last for weeks, months or years.

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People with chronic (or persistent) headaches report disabling symptoms that interfere with daily activities. Multiple concussions only increase these risks. And with so much conflicting data available on the internet, it can be tough to know how to manage a concussion should you suffer from one.

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A functional capacity evaluation, or FCE, is performed to determine if an individual is capable of returning to work safely and efficiently after an injury or illness.

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Our physical therapists treat a variety of conditions daily that range from neck and back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome and Achilles tendinitis. But did you know our expertly trained therapists are skilled at injury prevention and capable of spotting a number of potentially risky symptoms?

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We treat patients with all types of knee injuries, conditions, and pain. Our patients most commonly see us for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries and total knee replacements.

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Lymphedema Treatment offers outpatient care provided by expert physical therapists. Treatments are designed to reduce pain, swelling, and other symptoms through a combination of special therapies and exercises. The earlier lymphedema is treated, the better the results.

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Neck pain is a common complaint and can be attributed to a number of conditions. Neck pain can also cause loss of motion that holds you back from living your life. The good news is that it is usually caused by joint and muscle problems, not a serious disease. A variety of neck pain treatments can bring relief.

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The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in activities of everyday life. Occupational therapy benefits people across a lifespan to improve functioning whether the disability or injury is a result from an accident, repetitive activity, birth defect, disease, or aging. It also focuses on personal and work activities, both in helping people with disabilities or injuries to find ways to maximize independence in everyday life.

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Manual Physical Therapy is a hands-on technique that is used to decrease pain and improve range-of-motion and flexibility to stiff joints and muscles.

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Sports Physical Therapy emphasizes the prevention, identification, assessment, minimization, and correction of pain and disability associated with athletic injuries. The goal of treatment is to maximize participation and performance.

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Sports medicine and sports physical therapy involve a comprehensive team of healthcare professionals dedicated to improving athletic performance through the treatment and prevention of sports injuries. These qualified professionals have a wide range of backgrounds including exercise physical therapistlogists, athletic trainers, physicians, biomechanists, nutritionists and physical therapists.

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Our therapists specialize in focused TMJ treatment. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) guides jaw movement. Problems with the TMJ are known as temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction (TMD).

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The vestibular system is made up of the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information that controls balance and eye movements. Vestibular disorders arise as a result of damage to this system.

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Our physical therapists are workplace injury specialists. We deliver hands-on manual physical therapy to treat back, knee, ankle, and shoulder injuries due to falls, slips, lifting, and twisting.

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Our team is ready to get to the root cause of your issues and get you back to living a pain-free life.

Your path to long-term recovery starts by simply booking your appointment.

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