General rehabilitation is a service provided with the intention of enabling maximum quality of mobility and life. Highly individualized programs of specific exercises and therapy to heal injuries or medical problems that limit the ability to move and perform functional activities in daily living.
EPPTS' core services focus primarily on disorders and injuries affecting the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons) as well as post-operative orthopedic rehabilitation needs. These services involve the evaluation and treatment by skilled healthcare professionals through the development of individualized programs enabling independence with daily living activities designed to restore our patients to their previous levels of function.
Our goal oriented, hands-on approach is extremely successful in helping our patients restore physical function, regain mobility, build strength and endurance as well as to enhance their motor skills needed to perform activities of daily living.
General physical rehabilitation can include:
- Aerobic/cardiovascular reconditioning
- Building muscular endurance
- Strengthening to improve joint stability and muscle function
- Postural re-education and training
- Balance/coordination training
- Functional training to improve activities such as walking, standing, bending, squatting, and/or climbing stairs
- Education on preventing injury or re-injury
- Sport-specific skill training
- Pain management