The type of therapy you receive at OrthoMaryland depends upon your specific medical concern. Therapy patients, regardless of the type of therapy they receive, benefit from the latest modalities as well as state-of-the-art weight machines and cardiovascular exercise equipment.
Therapy appointments can be made based on referral by a primary care physician or orthopaedic specialist. You can also give us a call if you want to use physical or occupational therapy as an initial treatment option for your pain.
The Physical Therapy Department at OrthoMaryland treats surgical and non-surgical patients with orthopaedic diagnosis and pains associated with all muscle groups. Our goal is to help patients increase strength, endurance, and flexibility as well as fine-tune their posture to help reduce pain and improve overall function.
- Acute and chronic pains
- Sprains and strains
- Foot, ankle, knee, hip pains
- Neck and back pain/spine rehab
- Shoulder, elbow pains
- Motor vehicle accident injuries
- Sports injuries
- Work-related injuries
- Assistive device training
- Gait, balance and step training
- Manual therapy
- Post surgical care
- Post fracture care
- Postural screenings/evaluations
- Balance pads
- Bikes, treadmills and ellipticals
- Electric stimulation
- Free weights and weight machines
Physical Therapy for Athletes
When treating injured athletes, OrthoMaryland's team of sports medicine specialists relies on years of on-the-field experience evaluating and treating orthopaedic injuries in various game settings. Through physical therapy, we are committed to helping athletes of all ages and skill levels regain their strength and return to their previous level of play.
The Prehab Program at OrthoMaryland
We understand the importance of physical therapy in the recovery process from surgery. That's why we've added a pre-surgery rehabilitation (pre-hab) component for some patients. If surgery is needed, the patient is evaluated before their upcoming surgery. During evaluation, pre-operation objective measurements such as range of motion and strength are obtained. Patients will be provided with information about the surgery and more importantly, the rehabilitation process. They will also receive exercises to perform prior to surgery. Our goal is to get patients familiar with their therapist and the entire rehabilitation process, before surgery.