Comprehensive care from licensed therapists.
When you have any kind of physical pain or dysfunction, you need effective treatment from a qualified physical therapist. At Denton Sports & Physical Therapy Center, we deliver advanced treatment relying on years of clinical experience. We use a variety of manual and advanced techniques for the care of:
Advanced treatments for better results.
Manual therapy - Clinical studies have shown that hands-on manual therapy is more effective than many other treatment types for relieving pain, restoring function and gaining greater mobility. That's why, at Denton Sports & Physical Therapy Center, manual therapy delivered by licensed professionals is our main focus. Our therapists are experienced in such orthopedic manual therapy techniques as:
Nintendo® Wii„¢ Rehab - Wii Rehab challenges patients to move much like athletes playing sports such as baseball, bowling, boxing, golf and tennis. It adds a fun and competitive element while requiring body movements that help improve strength, flexibility, balance and cardiovascular condition.
Wii Rehab is useful for a range of patients, from children to the elderly, and for such conditions as stroke, broken bones and postsurgical recovery as well as injury prevention.
Warm water aquatic therapy Denton Sports & Physical Therapy Center is the only practice in the area with access to a full-size warm water aquatic therapy pool. Our aquatic therapy programs are designed for postsurgical rehabilitation, arthritis and joint pain, fibromyalgia and other conditions that make it difficult for patients to perform weight-bearing movements on land. The warm water and the buoyancy of the pool help patients relax.
Other services include
Functional Capacity Evaluation: Assesses flexibility, strength, endurance and aerobic conditioning.
Electrical stimulation (TENS): Sends electrical impulses to targeted areas of the body to block pain signals.
LIDO testing & strengthening: An FDA-approved, noninvasive device to assess motor function and spasticity.
Fluidotherapy: A dry heat therapy that can help relieve pain, improve range of motion, encourage healing and decrease swelling.
Occupational therapy: Helps patients regain their optimal level of function while performing activities of daily living.
Body mechanics: Proper body mechanics helps protect your body, especially your back, from pain and injury.
Hand therapy: Helps patients with conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities such as carpal tunnel syndrome or tennis elbow.
Ultrasound: This passive modality is used in conjunction with the primary treatment. It helps relax patients and warm the muscles for exercise.