Total Hip Replacement

Therapy after a total hip replacement surgery can be frightening, but the physical therapists at Specialized Physical Therapy make it their goal to make your road to recovery a relaxed and successful experience. Symptoms Hip osteoarthritis and pain are contributing factors that contribute to having a total hip replacement. After a total hip replacement, pain,…

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Shoulder bursitis and hip bursitis are painful conditions due to inflamed bursae. These are small and fluid-filled sacs that cushion the tendons, muscles, and bones near the joints. Bursae reduce friction between the moving parts of your body. Although the number varies, your body has around 160 bursae. They are lined with synovial cells, which…

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Pelvic Floor physical therapy is a specialized form of treatment aimed to address dsyfunctions of the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that run from the pubic bone to the tailbone which help to support the internal organs and assist in sexual, bladder, and bowel functions. Reasons for treatment include urinary…

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Hip, Leg, Knee Pain

Common reasons why patients have knee pain and seek physical therapy include meniscus tears, hamstring or quad strains, arthritis, and patellar (knee cap) movement dysfunctions. All the mentioned issues and related symptoms can be addressed with physical therapy. Your physical therapist will perform a thorough analysis of your walking pattern, muscle strength, stability and balance,…

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Hip Arthritis & Hip Pain

Hip arthritis and hip pain can be debilitating, affecting each movement and activity of your everyday life. Thankfully physical therapy can help to prevent future surgery by managing symptoms effectively. Symptoms General hip pain can be worrisome when you are unsure of the cause. Hip arthritis symptoms can present as pain deep in the hip…

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