What is the best option for treating the back pain that started after raking all those leaves? What can be done about your shoulder that hurts every time you lift a gallon of milk into the refrigerator? What options are there for that knee that prevents you from taking your grandkids to the park? Who should you see to help with these problems?
Well, the experts at Body One Physical Therapy, 7855 S. Emerson Ave., Suite W, 317-889-5340 can answers those questions.
Everyone wants to feel better in the most cost-effective way. It is important to get the most out of the treatment received at the best price. Physical therapy has consistently been a valuable option for treating muscle and joint problems and is typically covered by health insurance. Exercise is one of the most powerful ways to improve movement, improve strength and reduce limitations to your daily life, and this is a physical therapist’s specialty.
What makes physical therapy the best option?
No matter if the problem is your neck, back, knee or shoulder, a physical therapist will evaluate your area of concern as well as other areas that may be contributing to your pain.
A thorough examination helps establish rapport with you as an individual and gives your therapist an understanding of how different parts of your body may contribute to the difficulties you are having. Based on the exam findings, the therapist will develop a plan of care that addresses your specific concerns and limitations. The goal of the treatment is to help you get back to what you want to do, whether that’s training for a mini-marathon or taking a walk around the block with your kids. We want to help you return to your active lifestyle!
Starting physical therapy
Since you have a unique set of demands, interests, physical limitations and goals, it is important to find a physical therapist who values you as an individual.
In Indiana you can initiate physical therapy without a physician referral. However, if you have seen a physician and he recommended physical therapy, you can take that referral to your physical therapy. We work with physicians and specialists every day, and we are happy to work with you and your physician to help you feel better.