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Physical Rehabilitation in Bethesda

For most of us, there is eventually a time where we simply won’t feel our best physically. Either from an acute injury or years of physical issues piling up, there’s often a time where we will need some kind of intervention. 

At Bethesda Physiocare®, we understand that sometimes our bodies don’t work the way they should. Our local clinic is staffed with experienced physical therapists who have helped thousands to feel their best. We help people understand their pain through a thorough examination, physical therapy diagnosis, education, and treatment. Our rehabilitation plans are often once a week, meaning they don’t disrupt your weekly routine as much as conventional rehab.

To feel your best physically, choose Bethesda Physiocare®.

Our Physical Rehabilitation Services

  • Manual Therapy – Hand-on soft tissue and joint manipulation
  • Dry Needling – Trigger point therapy, and therapy for scar tissue and fascial adhesions
  • Functional Training – Training exercises designed for better everyday health
  • Posture Training – Strengthening and alignment for improved posture
  • Performing Arts PT – Physical therapy for musicians and other performing artists
  • Chronic Pain Management – Identifying and addressing causes of persistent pain
  • Pelvic Pain/Rehab – Strengthening and proprioception work for the pelvic floor, with a particular focus on men’s health issues
  • Hypermobility Program – Protection methods for hypermobile joints
  • Exergaming – Rehab based in goal-based, interactive physical and cognitive equipment
  • Fascial Therapy – Fascia Manipulation® and Functional Fascia Therapeutics for improved tissue performance
  • Orofacial TherapyCraniomandibular / TMD management
  • Men’s HealthPhysical therapy focusing uniquely on male conditions, often occurring as a consequence of prostate treatment

Do I Need Physical Rehabilitation?

Physical rehabilitation is normally thought of as reserved for athletes or those suffering from a major injury, but many more people can benefit from rehab. 

In addition to helping with an acute injury, physical rehabilitation can help with issues that have accrued over time. Often, muscular imbalances or long-term repetitive actions can lead to a shift in movement patterns, which in turn may put stress on certain joints, ligaments, fascia or muscular structures. 

Any of the following conditions can warrant physical rehab:

  • Injury 
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Should pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Work-related injury/pain
  • Athletic injury/pain
  • Post-surgery rehab
  • Chronic or persistent pain
  • Movement restriction

If you aren’t sure whether you need physical rehab, give us a call to learn more about our rehab services. 

The Benefits of Physical Rehabilitation 

Physical rehabilitation, while primarily meant to address pain and movement patterns, it can have far-reaching benefits. Benefits of our physical rehabilitation include:

  • Better range of motion
  • Reduced pain
  • Injury/pain prevention 
  • Strengthening/conditioning of muscles and ligaments 

In addition to physical benefits, rehab can have beneficial psychological effects as well. When people feel good physically, they are more likely to improve their mental wellbeing as well.

How Bethesda Physiocare® Stands Apart from the Rest

At Bethesda Physiocare®, we use expertise, compassion, and a wide array of treatment methods to craft truly unique rehabilitation plans for our clients. Through decades of education, pedagogy, and client interaction, we have identified the most successful ways for patients to feel their best. In fact, the physical therapists at Bethesda Physiocare® have published extensively about physical therapy. We’re leading the way for others, so why not come to the source?

Our focus on stability and strength is further divided into factors like pain, proprioception, mobility, fatigue/sleep, and even a fear of movement (aka kinesiophobia) in some cases. We find that patients perform the best when all factors of their body and experience are addressed, and that is the experience every patient receives when they use our services.

We often use a so-called external focus approach to exercise, which is quite different from most other physical therapy programs.  Through external focus exercise, we put “fun” back into functional training! 

Schedule Your Appointment Today!

It’s time to take control of your physical health. Take the first step to feeling your best by scheduling an appointment with us today! 

Physical Rehabilitation