I was feeling off balance and my doctor suggested physical therapy. I am so glad I found Therapy Unlimited to help me! They designed a program to help me get stronger and more stable on my feet. I'm not afraid of falling and hurting myself anymore!
Occupational Therapy encompasses the sensory, cognitive, and emotional factors of a condition. Many chronic conditions can be improved with a comprehensive evaluation by an Occupational Therapist along with an individualized plan of care.
Occupational Therapy focuses on helping you cope with changes that affect your day to day activities. Activities of daily living and routines are an important part of self-managing chronic conditions and Occupational Therapy can improve self-management regardless of the diagnosis.
We offer hands-on-treatment which enhances your potential outcome for managing chronic conditions. Every patient receives a comprehensive rehabilitation program designed specifically to meet his or her individual needs and goals. Treatment is provided with the personalized attention our patients desire.
Therapy Unlimited seeks to provide the highest quality rehabilitation available. Written and verbal reports regarding patient progress are comprehensive and provided in a timely manner. We have extensive experience with Personal Injury, Auto Claims, and Workman's Compensation.
Therapy Unlimited staff member, Shelby, greeting patient upon arrival.
- Cervical and Lumbar Traction
- Electrical Stimulation
- Moist Heat and Soft Tissue Massage
- Ice Massage
- Treadmills and Exercise Bikes
- Weight and Strength Machines
- Aquatic (Pool) Therapy
Conditions That Can Benefit From Occupational Therapy:
- Pain Management
- Hand Problems
- Painful Joints and Limited Joint Mobility
- Post Operative Pain, Weakness and Loss of Mobility
- Loss of Limb
- Sprains, Strains, Tendonitis, Bursitis and Contractures
- Sciatic Nerve Pain
- Functional Decline
- Generalized Muscular Weakness
- Postural Deficits/Deformity
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Neurological Disorders
- Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)
- Parkinson's Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis