Physical Therapy in Jacksonville

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Physical therapy in Jacksonville Is one of the best remedies for pain and stiffness inactivity, yet exercise is the last thing you want to consider when it hurts to move. That’s when you need physical therapy. The experienced team at Advanced Medical Centers in Jacksonville, FL, provides numerous types of active and passive physical therapy to reduce inflammation and pain, restore strength and mobility, and get you back to the activities you enjoy.

Physical Therapy Benefits in Jacksonville

Treatments you receive during physical therapy support healing by:

  • Stimulating blood flow
  • Diminishing inflammation
  • Relieving pain
  • Increasing range of motion
  • Restoring muscle strength
  • Promoting flexibility
  • Rebuilding balance
  • Improving body mechanics

In addition to the general goals of rebuilding strength and mobility, physical therapy targets your personal needs, whether you’re worried about reducing the risk of future falls or you need structured rehabilitation so you can return to competitive sports.

Physical therapy can be done alone or as one part of a comprehensive treatment plan to heal many different health problems. The team at Advanced Medical Centers may recommend physical therapy for conditions such as:

You may also need physical therapy for repetitive strain injuries and to help you regain normal functioning following surgery.

  • Chronic back pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Tennis elbow
  • Meniscus tear
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
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Physical Therapy Treatments

The team at Advanced Medical Centers has extensive training in numerous modalities used during physical therapy. Your therapy may begin with one of several passive options, including:

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)

TENS uses low-voltage electrical stimulation to block pain signals transmitted through nerves to your brain. When the brain doesn’t receive the message, you won’t feel the pain. TENS treats many types of musculoskeletal and inflammatory conditions.

Therapeutic ultrasound

The deep heat created by therapeutic ultrasound boosts blood flow and promotes healing in muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints.

Therapeutic massage

Your provider at Advanced Medical Centers may use one of many possible massage techniques to relax your muscles, relieve pain, improve circulation, and release tissues that are stuck together.

Cold laser therapy

Cold laser therapy promotes healing and alleviates pain by triggering cellular activity that reduces inflammation, boosts energy production, and activates cell growth.

Electrical muscle stimulation and interferential electrotherapy (EMS/IF)

EMS/IF therapy relieves muscle pain strengthens muscles and supports healing. The devices stimulate muscles with small, pulsating currents that induce contraction and relaxation that mimics normal muscle activity. 

Microcurrent point stimulation (MPS) therapy

MPS therapy applies microcurrent to acupuncture and trigger points to relax your muscles, calm your nerves, and activate the release of endorphins to relieve pain. 

KT taping

Properly applying kinesiology tape supports and stabilizes your joints while allowing optimal movement. 

Myofascial release therapy

Myofascial release uses manual pressure to relax trigger points in the connective tissues that wrap, connect, and support your muscles. This technique relieves your pain and improves movement.

During your physical therapy assessment, your provider at Advanced Medical Centers also assesses the bones and soft tissues that are under excessive stress because they compensate for the injured tissues. Your treatment includes the exercises needed to restore muscle balance and prevent reinjury.

Depending on the severity of your condition and your individual needs, your physical therapy may be combined with regenerative medicine and chiropractic care.

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Additional Therapies

These are a few additional examples of physical therapy modalities that may be part of your treatment plan:

  • Gait training
  • Balance training
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Endurance training
  • Muscle stretching exercises
  • Resistance training
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Rehabilitation therapy