Physical and Occupational Therapy

We help people who are suffering with loss of mobility as well as diminished skills and abilities following an injury or illness. Our goal is to help you achieve the greatest level of recovery possible and to help you return to doing the activities you love. Our team of health care professionals take a personal interest in your needs and goals. The majority of common conditions we see in our patients can be treated without requiring a hospital stay. These include:

  • Arthritis
  • Athletic Injuries
  • Back and Neck Injuries
  • Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
  • Ligament Sprains
  • Muscle Strains
  • Osteoporosis
  • Post-Mastectomy Care
  • Post-Neurological Event
  • Pre- and Post-Surgical Rehab
  • TMJ
  • Vertigo and Balance Disorders
  • Wound Care


Lymphedema Clinic

What is Lymphedema?

Lymphedema is the accumulation of excessive fluid in the body in particular your arms or legs, usually as a result of some cancers, (notably breast cancer) and their treatment. Lymphedema occurs when there is more fluid in your lymphatic system than can be moved naturally. This excess fluid collects in affected arm or leg tissues. Left untreated, this protein-rich liquid causes your lymphatic system’s channels to grow larger. It also reduces the flow of oxygen to tissues, which affects the healing of wounds and may lead to infection. Lymphedema can affect both men and women.

Symptoms of Lymphedema

  •  Swelling of your hand, arm or leg
  •  Skin changes in your affected limb, such as pain in the shoulder, arm, or leg caused by the limited range of motion to swelling
  •  Limited ability to care for yourself due to swollen limbs

Lymphedema Clinic

  • Our program focuses on treatment and prevention of recurrence. It generally consists of daily sessions, including:
  •  Complex decongestive therapy and treatment
  •  Treatment for either acute or chronic conditions
  •  Patient education focused on wrapping techniques, massage, and hygiene of impacted limb(s), therapeutic and remedial exercises
  •   Self-management of your condition


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