Get Your Mobility Back
Bay Area Neuromuscular Therapy Center uniquely incorporates physical medicine with deep tissue laser and/or electroanalgesia treatments to relieve pain while the body goes through rehabilitation. Regenerative options, such as Platelet Rich Plasma and others, as approved by the FDA, are available. If you had physical therapy that didn’t work out, this program is a perfect alternative. To get started, all you need to do is make an appointment for an evaluation!
Experience one-on-one, hands-on personalized treatment.
Spring into Motion
Physical medicine is a dynamic practice with an established theoretical and scientific base. Today there are widespread clinical applications to aid the restoration, maintenance and promotion of optimal physical function.
Our approach to physical medicine focuses on utilizing multiple therapies for the ultimate approach to recovery. Each patient receives an individualized exam and evaluation to determine specific goals along with a recommended course of treatment.
Management of physical disability, malfunction or pain is often achieved with a combination of exercise, neuromuscular re-education, electroanalgesia and deep tissue laser therapies without the use of medicines or surgery. Reducing pain and inflammation as soon as possible is attained using these modalities and other methods.
Get Your Body Moving
Exercise is a key component in a PM plan and centers on specific goals associated with targeted body area(s):
- Core Stability – strengthen and improve performance of muscles that support and protect the spine
- Body Mechanics – assessment and education to improve posture
- Gait and Balance – evaluation and personalized program of exercise / stretching for improved safety and stability
- Orthopedic Joint Treatment – pain relief with improved movement in upper and lower extremities
Whether you need to improve your range of motion in order to comb your hair or recover from a sprained ankle, each individual works with the therapist on their customized program. The key ingredient is YOU!
Communicating with your therapist and following your program of care is the most important ingredient to a successful rehabilitation.
Accepting Medicare, Auto Accident,
Worker's Compensation and other insurance plans.
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