Could a Physical Therapist Help Me?
According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health at the National Institutes of Health, over 25 million adults in the United States suffer from some degree of pain on a daily basis. An estimated one in ten Americans are suffering from chronic (long-term) pain, which in addition to impacting quality of life and the ability to lead active, healthy lifestyles for the sufferers, also accounts for billions of dollars in treatment costs and lost productivity every year. Many Americans live with pain and suffer in silence for months or years without seeking or finding adequate treatment, but depending on the underlying cause and severity of pain, physical therapy is often the first line of defense in treating pain and injuries for orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Cumberland Physical Therapy & Rehab in Somerset, KY, offers a range of solutions for neck and back pain to balance training and fall prevention.
Physical Therapy in Somerset, KY
Physical therapy may be most commonly associated with recovering from a sports injury or orthopedic surgery, but physical therapists can treat and manage symptoms for a number of issues that cause pain and may affect mobility and physical activity.
When Should You See a Physical Therapist?
- After a sports injury/trauma from an accident or fall
- Acute or chronic pain that does not resolve on its own or fades and then returns
- Surgical recovery
What Physical Therapy Can Do For You
- Restore/improve mobility
- Improve/maintain balance and alignment
- Manage symptoms for secondary health problems
- Improve blood flow and circulation
Find a Physical Therapist in Somerset, KY
For more information about physical therapy treatments to help you manage chronic pain or recover from a sports injury or orthopedic condition, contact Cumberland Physical Therapy & Rehab by calling (606) 678-5708 to request an appointment today.