For therapy services in Erie Pa, choose Advanced Rehabilitation. With 3 locations to serve you, we are the area’s best choice for therapy services. Offering you therapy services including physical and aquatic therapy, our primary goal is getting back to a normal lifestyle. At Advanced Rehabilitation, we implement a functional based philosophy. Utilizing evidence-based treatments and techniques focused on each individual patient’s needs and goals. These individualized treatment programs allow our patients to succeed in reducing their pain and achieve their physical therapy goals. Our goal is to accurately identify “your” specific source of pain. Only by treating the source of pain are we able to restore normal function and movement.
Physical therapy at Advanced Rehabilitation includes the integration of the best available research. Providing clinical expertise, and consideration of patient/client goals into the treatment and decision-making process. Our rehab protocols have been carefully developed by our physical therapy team along with the physicians. We help our patients fully realize their functional and athletic goals, working on strength, agility, balance, proprioception, cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, flexibility, power, coordination, and accuracy. At Advanced Rehabilitation, our therapists are committed to our patients and use the latest and most effective treatments to maximize your recovery.
Aquatic therapy at Advanced Rehabilitation can be utilized as a supplement to traditional physical therapy management or may be prescribed specifically. Aquatic therapy reduces the load on weight-bearing joints and lessens the stress and strain on joints of the upper extremity and trunk. By reducing the load on joints movements and exercise are often performed with increased ease. Activities such as walking, squatting, and stepping is tolerated better and with less pain. The hydrostatic pressure of the water decreases joint and soft-tissue edema and swelling. Warm water increases joint flexibility, range of motion, promotes relaxation and improves circulation.
If you have questions about therapy services, contact Advanced Rehabilitation today. Our staff would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.