Convenient Physical Therapy Near Me
Our beautiful Milford, Delaware, physical therapy facility is located at the former Milford hospital campus and features a state-of-the-art 8,000-square-foot facility. Aquacare Physical Therapy is thrilled to join the Milford Wellness Village in offering comprehensive healthcare to the Milford community.
Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Milford, Delaware
In addition to traditional orthopedic rehabilitation and sports medicine, specialty services include:
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Sports medicine and Sports Injuries
- Aquatic Therapy (located at the Milford Boys and Girls Club)
- Concussion Therapy and Management
- Pelvic Floor Therapy Including Urinary/Fecal Incontinence, Constipation, Pelvic Pain
- Manual Therapy for Spine
- Hand Therapy
- LSVT For Parkinson’s And Stroke Rehabilitation
- TMJ and jaw therapy
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.
Milford Fitness Center Memberships with Dedicated, Supportive Team
In addition to our physical therapy practice, Aquacare also offers the Milford Fitness Center, which is a membership-based gym open to the community – featuring affordable memberships and a safe space where you can exercise under the supportive supervision of a dedicated physical therapy team.
All Memberships Include:
- Pre-Activity Fitness Assessments and Initial Orientations
- Individualized Program Designed with Your Personal Fitness Goals in Mind
- Specializing in Post-Rehab Programming for All Levels of Fitness.
- Professional Fitness Coaches Available During All Operational Hours.
Pelvic Floor Therapy is For Everyone
Many individuals in the United States are struggling with pelvic floor dysfunction, yet the majority remain unaware and untreated.
Astonishingly, statistics show that 1 out of every 5 Americans, regardless of age, will experience some form of pelvic floor dysfunction at some point in their lives. A staggering 25 million Americans suffer from urinary incontinence, which is the involuntary loss of urine.
It’s important to note that pelvic floor dysfunction is not exclusive to women; men and children can also be affected. Pelvic floor dysfunction encompasses a wide range of issues that arise when the muscles within the pelvic floor are weak, tight or if there is any impairment within the sacroiliac joint, low back, coccyx and/or hip joint.
This condition may lead to increased or decreased sensitivity and irritation within the tissues surrounding the pelvic organs, resulting in pelvic pain. Unfortunately, determining the root cause of this pain can often prove challenging.
If you’re wondering whether you require pelvic floor physical therapy assistance, allow Aquacare’s team of dedicated specialists to provide you with the support needed for finding relief from your pelvic pain or eliminating any concerns related to urine leakage. Don’t hesitate to reach out!
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