Balance Therapy

With the help of physical therapy, you can improve your mobility and balance, reducing the risk of sustaining a painful injury. Poor balance and lack of mobility can be caused by various conditions including accidents, arthritis, and nerve damage, and can significantly impact your daily life by increasing your risk of falling and injuring yourself. 

Benefits of Physical Therapy for Mobility and Balance

Strengthening muscles. Physical therapy helps increase your range of motion and strengthen your muscles, including your core and leg muscles. Strengthening your muscles makes it easier to move throughout the day, including tasks like climbing stairs.

Reduced risk of falls. Physical therapy can help reduce your risk of falling by improving your balance, strength, and coordination.

Faster recovery. Physical therapy can help speed up your recovery from injuries, surgery, or illness. It promotes healing, reducing pain and inflammation, and improving your overall function.

Improved quality of life. By improving your mobility and balance, physical therapy can help you enjoy a better quality of life. You’ll enjoy greater independence, confidence, and freedom to do the things you love.

Customized Treatment Plans

Physical therapy is tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient. Our therapists will determine which systems in your body are causing the loss of coordination, and then create a customized set of exercises to help improve your balance and mobility. These exercises may include tandem walking with a heel-to-toe pattern, single-leg stance, or the use of specialized tools like Biomechanical Ankle Platforms (BAPs) and wobble boards.

Whether you’re recovering from an accident, stroke, prolonged illness or surgery, our physical therapy treatments can help you maintain or restore as much function as possible. Additionally, we can help you get back to specific activities such as jogging, gardening, or climbing stairs through practice and adaptation.

Don’t settle for poor balance and limited mobility. Request an appointment with our online scheduling tool or by call today.