Back in Action prides itself on offering the most innovative and effective Physical Therapy in the country.
What is the BIA Pain Therapy difference?
Our expert clinicians practice Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT). Many of our new patients are surprised to find BIA Therapists working literally hands on for nearly their entire continuum of care. OMPT may include moving joints in specific directions and at different speeds to regain movement (joint mobilization and manipulation), muscle stretching, passive movements of the affected body part, or having the patient move the body part against the therapist’s resistance to improve muscle activation and timing. Specific soft tissue techniques may also be used to improve the mobility and function of tissue and muscles. You will find very little equipment in our facilities along with our staple of private treatment rooms. Get ready for a completely different, exceptional, Physical Therapy experience.
We can literally treat any orthopedic issue from head to toe. Some of our most common cases fall into these categories:
While the majority of orthopedic injuries improve with time, the underlying deficits that may lead to chronic symptoms if not properly addressed and fully resolved. When seeking care for orthopedic injuries, our highly trained and experienced orthopedic physical therapist can assure you have minimal recovery time and maximal functional outcomes.
- Spinal Specialty
BIA Therapists have advanced training in Spinal Specialties and have successfully treated thousands of patients with disc and other common spinal related issues that can many time help patients avoid surgery. Back and neck pain can interfere with your life, if left untreated it may lead to unnecessary chronic pain or even disability.
Following orthopedic surgery it is important for patients to seek specialized orthopedic rehabilitation care. At Back in Action you can take comfort in knowing your physical therapist has extensive experience and the latest knowledge in post-surgical orthopedic treatment. This enables you to safely achieve an accelerated rehabilitation and get you back to your day to day activities.