Physical Therapy

When you’re injured or experiencing a change in your abilities, nothing seems right. You’re missing out on your favorite activities. You may be missing work, unable to earn a living or require assistance to take care of yourself. At the Flagler Institute for Rehabilitation, our physical therapists use gentle, hands-on methods to treat your condition and achieve improved function as fast as possible. This means fewer visits. It also means getting you back to your job, your family, your life — faster. Plus, we don’t just treat your symptoms — we show you how to keep them from coming back.

Occupational Therapy

The Flagler Institute for Rehabilitation’s occupational therapists work independently and with our other specialists to offer effective solutions for patients who need rehabilitation. Our goal is to maximize your abilities so you can lead the safest, most independent life possible. While occupational therapy and physical therapy each have their own unique strengths, there is nothing more powerful than the combination of both.

We will evaluate the physical, psychosocial and cognitive barriers that might be compromising your ability to live on your own or that keep you from performing daily functions that most people take for granted. Here are some of the many conditions that our physical and occupational therapists treat:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Postsurgical joint replacement rehabilitation, including hip and knee surgery
  • Back and neck pain
  • Spinal conditions
  • Shoulder and arm pain
  • Balance disorders
  • Leg, hip, knee, ankle and foot pain
  • Hand pain/carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Sports injuries
  • Work injuries
  • Auto injuries
  • Numbness and tingling
  • TMJ pain
  • Diabetes, obesity and other systemic disorders

Some of the many benefits of our physical and occupational therapy services include:

  • Restore your ability to carry out daily functions
  • Help you adjust to disabilities
  • Rekindle your optimism
  • Reawaken an interest in hobbies or going places
  • Help you return to work safely and with confidence
  • Educate caregivers and family about your disability and how to assist you.