Physical Therapists (PTs) and Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) provide services that help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients with injuries or disease. PTs work closely with patients and clients to restore, maintain, and promote their overall fitness and wellness for a healthier and more active lifestyle.
Common conditions treated are:
- Spine Conditions
- Sports Injuries
- Post-operative conditions
- Orthopedic neurological disorders
- Degenerative conditions
- Vestibular rehab
- SI Joint dysfunctions
- much more......
Our physical therapists hold advanced certifications in areas such as dry needling, manual therapy, kinesiotaping, Movnat and more to address your pain and dysfunction.
Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs) are occupational therapists who, through advance study, specialize in rehabilitating patients with hands and upper quadrant conditions. CHTs have a minimum of five years of clinical experience and have passed a rigorous examination of advanced clinical skills and theory in upper extremity rehabilitation. The exam is administered by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission and requires detailed knowledge of the anatomy and treatment of the upper quadrant. CHTs are also required to complete continuing education specific to the hand and upper extremity. Because of their extensive training and continuing education, CHTs are able to work more effectively with patients, hastening their patients’ return to a normal lifestyle.
Common conditions treated and services we provide are listed below:
- Custom splinting/UE orthotic fabrication- static and dynamic
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Post- operative conditions
- Tendon/nerve/ligament repairs
- Crush injuries
- Carpal tunnel
- Elbow injuries
Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.
Athletic training is often confused with personal training. There is, however, a large difference in the education, skill-set, job duties and patients of an athletic trainer and a personal trainer. Athletic trainers provide physical medicine, rehabilitative and preventative services. Athletic trainers treat a breadth of patients, including but not limited to: professional, college, secondary school and youth athletes, dancers, musicians and military personnel. Athletic trainers can work in a variety of locations including schools, physician clinics, hospitals and manufacturing plants.
Athletic trainers have the expertise and knowledge to treat, rehabilitate, and prevent injuries in the future. Who better to design a fitness or rehabilitation plan to fit your needs?
Services that D&D's athletic trainers provide:
- Concussion Return to Play
- Extended Rehabilitation
- ACL Prevention Program
- Acute Injury evaluation