National Physical Therapy Month: Never Stop Moving and Improving
National Physical Therapy (PT) Month is a time to celebrate the profession and all the ways physical therapists, and all PT professionals help improve the thousands, if not millions, of patient lives across the country.
This 33-billion-dollar industry has a plethora of benefits from pain management and avoiding surgery to helping individuals recovery from an injury, trauma, or stroke. PT helps individuals improve mobility, movement, and regain independence in their day-to-day activities.
Team Select Mobile Therapy Services offer Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy from the comfort of the patient’s home. With treatment coordinated directly with the MD, DO, NP or PA, mobile therapy rehabilitation specialists have the training, knowledge, and resources to prepare customized, patient-specific treatment sessions to help you achieve success.
Team Select Physical Therapy Services
- Post-op rehabilitation and teaching
- Gait/transfer/mobility training
- Therapeutic exercise
- Prosthetic training
- Weight bearing training
- Dynamic balance activities
- Pain management
- Strength training
Team Select Orthopedic Treatments
- Manual therapy
- Joint mobilization
- Pain modulation techniques
- Electrical modalities to control pain
- Manual muscle stretching
- Transfer/gait/balance training
- Strength training
- Soft tissue mobilization
Team Select Occupational Therapy Services
- Activities of daily living training
- Orthotic/assistive device training
- Home modification recommendations
- Energy conservation techniques
- Muscle re-education
- Perceptual motor training
With regular physical activity you can help a wide range of health problems. Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more effectively and releases endorphins that leave you feeling happier.
Join Team Select this month in celebrating National PT Month and use #TeamSelectPTMonth to share with us how PT has changed your life for the better! Visit www.apta.org/article/2021/08/30/nptm-month-out for ways to get involved this year.
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