How can I find a good physical therapy clinic near me?
To find a good physical therapy clinic near you, you can start by asking for recommendations from your doctor, friends, or family members. You can also search online directories or use search engines with location-based keywords such as “physical therapy near me” to find clinics in your area.
What should I look for in a physical therapy clinic?
When looking for a physical therapy clinic near you, it is important to consider factors such as the qualifications and experience of the therapists, the range of services offered, the convenience of location and hours, insurance coverage, and patient reviews or testimonials.
Convenient Physical Therapy Near Me
NOW SCHEDULING FOR AQUATIC THERAPY! Our specialized physical therapy team is seeing patients will all orthopedic concerns or injuries, pelvic floor patients, those with peripheral neuropathy, and pregnancy/postpartum patients. Call 443-513-3910 or click here to schedule.
Aquacare has come to Berlin, Maryland to serve as your community physical therapists. We are located in Berlin Main Street complex near Acadia Wellness & Counseling.
Aquacare specializes in:
- aquatic physical therapy (water therapy)
- women and men’s physical therapy
- orthopedic rehabilitation (hip, knee, shoulder, etc)
- pelvic floor dysfunction and pain
- peripheral neuropathy
- balance and vestibular issues
- incontinence, and more.
Experience one-on-one, hour-long physical therapy sessions in our bright, airy gym. We can schedule patient evaluations within 24-48 hours. And, we are hiring!
Outpatient and Telehealth Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Aquacare Physical Therapy is focused on helping you achieve your goals. We work one-on-one with our patients to build a personalized treatment plan to help get you moving again.
Orthopedic rehabilitation includes pre-surgery and post-surgery physical therapy planning. It also includes sports injuries, such as tennis or pickleball elbow, golf shoulder, hip, and knee injuries, and back pain or sciatica pain. Learn how to prevent injuries when playing pickleball.
Did you know physical therapy has been shown to be more effective in treating hip and knee pain than rest and anti-inflammatories? Physical therapy can also treat that ongoing back pain and sciatica that has been limiting how much you enjoy life.
As you progress through treatment, your physical therapist team walks step by step with you to adjust your plan as needed. Aquacare is one of the few physical therapy providers to continue to offer this one-on-one service delivered with a WOW factor.
We accept most insurance plans and our patient care coordinators explain the details to you and can answer your questions.
Pelvic Floor Therapists
Millions of Americans are suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction, yet for most, the disease goes unidentified and untreated. Statistics say that 1 out of every 5 Americans (of every age) suffer from some type of pelvic floor dysfunction at some time in their life. Over 25 million Americans suffer from urinary incontinence alone or involuntary loss of urine. And it is not just a “women’s” disorder; men and children can have pelvic floor dysfunction as well.
Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to a wide range of problems that occur when the muscles of the pelvic floor are weak, tight, or there is an impairment of the sacroiliac joint, low back, coccyx and/or hip joint. The tissues surrounding the pelvic organs may have increased or decreased sensitivity and/or irritation resulting in pelvic pain. Many times, the underlying cause of pelvic pain is difficult to determine.
Let Aquacare’s pelvic floor specialists provide physical therapy to help you find the key to relieving your pelvic pain or stop the embarrassment of leakage of urine!
Peripheral neuropathy is that tingling sensation or numbness you feel in your hands or feet. This sensation can be caused by diabetes, poor blood flow, injuries, or medication.
Aquacare’s expert physical therapy team in Berlin, Maryland, can help treat peripheral neuropathy using Rebuilder electrical stimulation. This treatment uses biofeedback and electrical stimulation to encourage increased blood flow, which can lessen or even eliminate numbness.
Rebuilder is used for:
- Chronic pain
- Post surgical pain
- Increase bloodflow
- Muscle re-education
- Maintaining or improving range of motion