Cumberland Physical Therapy and Rehab provides orthopedic therapy services designed to help patients of all ages and activity levels safely recover from strains and injuries and maintain an active, healthy lifestyles. Because no two patients experience pain or an injury in quite the same way, Cumberland Physical Therapy and Rehab in Somerset, KY, offers customized diagnostic and treatment options designed to meet the specific needs of each patient. Minimizing pain and promoting accelerated healing and relief is at the core of our services and treatment plans.
Orthopedic Therapy and Rehabilitation Options Available at Cumberland Physical Therapy and Rehab
- Physical therapy
- Treatment and symptom relief for both acute and chronic joint and back pain
- Foot and Ankle Injuries
- Balance and Fall Prevention
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Dry Needling
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- VertiMax sports training systems
- Weekly Tai Chi sessions
When is Physical Therapy Necessary?
Physical therapy treatments help to advance recovery, restore mobility and movement and build strength after surgery, or, as part of a conservative treatment plan for symptom relief, pain management and injury recovery when surgery is not an appropriate treatment option. Cumberland Physical Therapy and Rehab offer a treatment plan for every type of injury and individual patient need, including:
- Massage therapy
- Joint mobilization
- Strength training and muscle energy therapy
- Anodyne Therapy
- Myofascial Release
- Cold therapy (ice packs and massage)
- Heat therapy
- Electrical Stimulation
Physical therapy may be a good option for if you are suffering from chronic back pain, joint pain, muscle stiffness, or the effects of a strain, tear, injury, or orthopedic condition, like arthritis and degenerative disc disease.
Orthopedic Therapy in Somerset, KY
If you are suffering from chronic pain or mobility problems resulting from an orthopedic or sports related injury, contact Cumberland Physical Therapy and Rehab by calling (606) 678-5708 to schedule an appointment with a physical therapist today.