Aquatic therapy allows you to exercise and walk without bearing your full weight. This can make movement less painful. Plus, the buoyancy of the water makes exercise easier on your joints, and the viscosity of the water creates resistance.
This type of therapy is beneficial if you need to:
- Protect your joints (for instance if you suffer from arthritis or osteoporosis)
- Rehabilitate with an emphasis on cardiovascular and strength conditioning
Aquatic therapy may also help you if you:
- Are recovering from surgery
- Have lower back pain
- Have had multiple injuries
It can also help if you suffer from a neurological condition, such as:
- A spinal cord injury
- Parkinson’s disease
- Lou Gehrig’s disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
- Multiple sclerosis
Vestibular rehabilitation is a hands-on and exercise-based program. The specialized therapy aims to improve your balance and reduce dizziness-related problems.
This type of therapy is beneficial if you suffer from:
- Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
- Neck-related dizziness
- And migraines
It can also help patients who have had a stroke or brain injury and those who fall frequently.
At your appointment, a physical therapist will evaluate your symptoms and review your medical history. He or she will identify any problems with how you walk and issues with your:
- Neck motion
- Visual stability
The caregiver will also examine your risk of falling and other potential problems. Based on the findings, your therapist will develop a plan of care. Enloe clinicians use specialized tools, including BalanceMaster and RealEyes infrared goggles, to make an accurate diagnosis.
Cranio-sacral therapy (CST) is a gentle, non-invasive, hands-on technique that releases tension deep in the body. It can help relieve:
- Neck pain
- Some side effects of cancer
- And more
Several Enloe therapists are Certified Exercise Experts for Aging Adults (CEEAA®). These caregivers have special training to help improve quality of life throughout patients’ lifespans.
Our therapists provide fall assessment and risk reduction assessments to help keep you safe. They are also experts in caregiver training.
Hand and arm therapy can help reduce your pain so you can perform daily activities better. It can also help improve your:
- Range of motion
- And functional use of your arm
Our therapists work with patients who have:
- Repetitive injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Neurological deficits
- And post-surgical needs
These caregivers are trained in the fabrication of custom orthoses. These devices are designed and fitted to the body to help with:
- Increasing independence
- Protecting or supporting an injury
- Or controlling alignment
Home exercise programs are tailored to each patient’s needs. Additionally, some therapists are Saebo-trained and can provide fitting and training of dynamic orthotics if you have limited hand, elbow or shoulder function.
Joint Replacement Therapy
Therapists play a critical role in joint replacement therapy.
Before surgery, you may need to attend a class to learn:
- What to expect during your hospital stay
- How to prepare your home for your return
- What your loved ones should expect
- The critical role exercise plays in successful recovery
- And more
After your procedure, you will work with a physical therapist in the hospital. Depending on the surgery you have, your condition and support structure, you may begin therapy a few days after leaving the hospital.
At Enloe, we have a comprehensive treatment program for men who are suffering from incontinence and pelvic pain.
Our physical therapists have specialized training to treat men with pelvic floor dysfunction. Through education, manual therapy, and exercise, we can help you learn how to decrease and manage your symptoms.
Enloe Outpatient Therapy services offers a comprehensive outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy program for people with neurological conditions.
Our program can help you progress toward a more independent lifestyle. Our therapists can help address a wide range of needs, whether you need help throughout the day with daily tasks or you’re ready to return to work.
We encourage loved ones to participate in therapy sessions. Our caregivers treat patients facing:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Lou Gehrig's dieses
- And more
Orthopedic Rehabilitation & Manual Therapy
Orthopedic rehabilitation encompasses a range of techniques and exercises to treat a variety of issues involving the:
- And peripheral nerves
Our therapists will work with you to:
- Relieve pain
- Improve range of motion
- Increase strength
- And improve your mobility through specialized hands-on techniques, individualized exercises, and education
Our caregivers treat a variety of issues and look at you as a whole person to address any contributing factors that may have led to the injury.
Manual therapy is a specific type of physical therapy in which sophisticated hands-on techniques are used to:
- Mobilize your joints
- Release soft tissue restrictions
- Inhibit over-used muscles
- And facilitate proper movement
This is an active process for both you and the therapist. Well-documented research shows it leads to faster healing.
Our staff is trained in a wide range of manual therapy. We have four Certified Functional Manual Therapists (CFMT) on staff, and our clinicians regularly take continuing education classes to stay up to date on the latest techniques.
At Enloe, we aim to provide the best pediatric therapy possible. Our therapists bring an upbeat attitude to motivate our smallest patients.
Our physical therapists treat several conditions, including:
- Neurological issues
- Orthopedic injuries
- Torticollis (neck tightness)
- And birth-related issues
Our compassionate occupational therapists offer a variety of pediatric services as well. These include:
- Sensory integration
- Fine motor control
- Hand strength
- Classroom skills
Pre- & Post-Operative Therapy
Physical therapy may be needed before surgery to:
- Maximize your joint motion
- Improve your strength and endurance
- Help you have a speedy recovery
Our therapists can help you recover from your:
- Knee or hip replacement
- Rotator cuff repair
- ACL or meniscus repair
- Open reduction internal fixation (ORIF)
- Ankle and spinal surgery
- And more
After surgery, you’ll see your therapist as soon as it is prescribed by your physician. Initially, your treatment will aim to reduce the adverse effects of surgery, such as pain and swelling, so your range of motion can return as soon as possible.
Later, your therapist will address other mechanical issues that may be limiting your movement. Finally, your therapist will make sure your balance, walk and coordination are at their optimal level.
Back and neck pain are among the most common types of pain for adults. Oftentimes, these resolve quickly.
However, these pains can become persistent. Physical therapy has proven to be an effective, noninvasive option for these issues. At Enloe, therapists will perform:
- A comprehensive evaluation
- Assessment of functional ability
- And personalized treatment sessions to offer multiple therapeutic options
Our therapists are familiar with a wide range of spinal disorders and frequently treat:
- Acute or chronic back or neck pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated discs
- Post-surgical pain
- Sacral dysfunctions
- Spinal stenosis
Each rehabilitation plan is tailored to your specific diagnosis, needs and goals. All treatment sessions are provided in a one-on-one setting and may consist of:
- Aquatic physical therapy
- Core stabilization exercises
- Correction of body mechanics
- Development of a home exercise program
- Joint mobilization/manipulation
- Postural correction
- Soft tissue mobilization
- Stretching/flexibility exercises
Sport Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention
At Enloe Outpatient Therapy Services, we understand athletes. You don't want an injury to slow you down. No matter your game, skill level or condition, our skilled therapists are ready to get you back in action.
Our sports rehabilitation program is designed to help treat a variety of athletic injuries, such as:
- ACL tears
- Ankle sprains
- Low back and neck injuries
- Meniscus tears
- Overuse tendonitis
- Shoulder strains
Our licensed physical therapists provide individualized treatments to ensure you achieve your goals quickly and safely.
Whether you are a professional, recreational or student athlete, our approach to sports rehabilitation services is simple: personalized care with exceptional outcomes.
The occupational therapists at Enloe offer a variety of vision therapies to help your:
- Visual perceptual skills
- Scanning abilities
- Visual pursuits
- And directed visual search with divided attention for increased independence with functional daily activities
Women’s health physical therapy addresses the unique musculoskeletal problems of the pelvic region that can have a significant impact on a woman’s quality of life.
Our professional and caring staff have specialized training to meet the unique needs of women across their lifespan. Our goal is to improve your quality of life and decrease your pain, guiding you on your personal path to improved health and wellness. Let us help you with your:
- Coccygeal pain
- Pelvic pain
- Pregnancy-related issues
- Women’s health condition
Enloe Outpatient Therapy Services focuses on helping injured workers return to work quickly and safely.
We equip you with strategies to avoid re-injury and to work safely, productively, and positively. We treat a variety of patients recovering from a work-related injury, such as:
- Back injuries
- Repetitive motion disorders
- And upper and lower extremity problems
Our program is designed to promote a safe return to work through:
- Injury-specific therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and/or aquatics
- Individualized work simulation
- Education on ergonomics and injury prevention
- And more