We offer rehabilitation programers to aid your recovery process

Physical therapist helping patient with strength therapy.

Strength, Mobility, & Stability Rehabilitation Programs

Burley Physical Therapy offers a wide variety of rehabilitation programs that can help joint and muscle strength and stability, which can help improve your body’s overall synergy and reduce joint pain. Some of the physical rehabilitation programs we offer include:

  • Trunk stability
  • Ankle stability
  • Shoulder and scapular ability
  • Shoulder and rotator cuff strength
  • Shoulder and elbow stability 
  • Knee strength and stability
  • Balance therapy
  • Hip mobility and strength
  • ACL rehabilitation

By specially focusing on different joints, rehabilitation programs are able to help treat common ailments like knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, and more. All of our programs are adjustable to fit your specific physical rehabilitation needs. Sometimes, an injury or illness can lead to a loss of muscle strength, mobility, or coordination, physical rehabilitation programs can help to restore normal function when this happens. Common injuries and conditions that can benefit from physical rehabilitation services include: sports injury, muscle sprains or strains, injuries from falling, rotator cuff tears, “tennis elbow,” and many others.

Therapist listening to patient as a part of post-concussion therapy.

Concussion Therapy

A concussion is a type of mild traumatic brain injury, and the recovery time can vary from a few weeks to a few months. Common issues people have when recovering from a concussion include neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, and difficulty balancing. Post-concussion therapy is very situational and personalized on a case-by-case basis, but in general balance therapy programs and some forms of physical therapy and exercise can help you during your recovery process. A physical therapist can also advise you on activities you can perform at home to help in your post-concussion recovery, and advise you on any physical activities you should avoid to prevent aggravating your symptoms.