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89-A Centennial Loop (Just around the corner)
Eugene, OR 97401
Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm | Fridays 7:00 am to 2:30 pm
For people who need a little or a lot of professional care, our Board certified and licensed therapists are there to help. We provide individualized care plans for our patients. We strive for the highest levels of care offered in the industry.
Welcome to Physical Therapy at the NeuroSpine
Click here to meet our team of licensed professionals with extensive knowledge and training in anatomy, physiology, and the biomechanics of the body. The Physical Therapists work closely with our Physiatrist, your referring physician, and other members of our health care team.
Why Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is an important step to overall wellness. Whether you are a new to exercise or an athlete rehabilitating an injury, physical therapists are here to help. As movement scientists, we are there to determine an individual’s impairments and take this information to formulate a plan to assist them with improved movement patterns.
There is a lot of evidence to support both pre and post-operative physical therapy for favorable outcomes. Individuals, who are treated by a physical therapist prior to surgery, tend to have stronger muscles and more flexibility to the surgical site. This assists with post-operative recovery, where they may be referred to physical therapist for additional care.
Physical therapy after surgery is imperative. There is organized trauma to the surgical site that involves not only the skin, muscles, and tendons but also a connective tissue called fascia. When this happens there are disturbances to the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems. Your skilled physical therapist can help detect these disturbances and re-educate the body to correct movement patterns for optimal health and wellness.
What You Can Expect
Please wear clothing that is loose fitting and allows the therapist access to not only the area of pain, but also surrounding areas for a thorough examination.
Typical treatments last about 60 minutes. During this time, individuals are treated for pain management, soft tissue techniques, guided therapeutic exercises, and postural correction with progression to independence with therapeutic exercises.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Physical Therapists?
Physical therapists are rehabilitation specialists who help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical disability. Have a physical therapist devise an individualized plan for your needs will promote overall health and wellness.
What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy uses various systems in the body to improve function and control of our bodies. Physical therapy is often used in conjunction with medication for pain relief. Physical therapy allows the body to adapt and change to the innate movement patterns that may been lost years ago. We train muscles that may not currently be used the way they are designed to. This is what allows people to feel the long term benefits of therapy.
What do Physical Therapists treat?
Physical therapists treat a wide variety of conditions. Physical therapy is designed to treat injuries that cause pain and/or dysfunction anywhere in the body, from head to toe. Physical therapy is extremely helpful in treating pain occurring at the joints where a lot of movement happens Physical therapist help generate support to the joints, while ensuring that the joints are moving the way they are designed to.
Why does Physical Therapy work?
Physical therapists not only treat immediate pain, they also provide techniques to ensure regular movement will be restored to supporting tissues. With medications or surgery, the pain may be temporarily reduced. It takes a professional physical therapist to truly restore and rehabilitate the full function of the human body.
We teach individuals better and healthier practices in order to avoid injury in the future. It is important to have an individualized treatment plan to ensure your success.
Can Physical Therapy alone treat a condition?
In some cases, physical therapy alone cannot restore a condition. Each condition is unique; some injuries require surgery and medication, followed by extensive physical therapy. Physical therapy is very important after surgery, and should be started based on the surgeons’ recommendations.
Other condition will respond quickly to physical therapy. We have helped many people avoid surgery by resetting their movement’s patterns.
Additional Services Offered
- Graston Perferred Professional
- Movement Analysis using Dartfish
- SFMA Certified Therapists