Physical therapy at College Station Medical Center helps preserve, develop and restore physical function that’s been lost due to injury, disease or other causes.
Physical therapy may include treatment for balance, endurance, muscle spasm, pain, range of motion, strength and posture. Specific goals are set for each patient’s needs. Typical goals are to improve range of motion of a joint, increase muscle strength and improve the walking ability.
In addition to providing postsurgical services, such as after a joint replacement, common conditions treated include:
- arthritis/degenerative joint disease
- back/neck pain
- chronic pain
- decreased motor coordination
- orthopedic and sports injuries
- rheumatic conditions/fibromyalgia
- shoulder and knee problems
- vertigo/balance problems
- work-related injuries, including functional capacity assessment
For more information about Physical Therapy Services at College Station Medical Center, call 979-680-5420.