Are you a Brooklyn-based athlete seeking relief from pain? Is your pain chronic or acute? Was it brought on in the post-surgical process? Is it severely limiting your functional abilities, performance at work, or ability to partake in your leisure activities? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re a perfect candidate for treatment from Park Sports Physical Therapy’s board-certified team of sports medicine experts. Our physical therapists are affiliated with major teaching hospitals in New York City, and specialize and specialize in orthopedics, athletic training, and physical therapy. At Park Sports Physical Therapy, we are uniquely qualified to treat Brooklyn-based patients for various conditions.
Pelvic Floor Therapy For Brooklyn-Based Clients
The pelvic floor is an intricate network of muscles and tissues extending from the pubic bone to the tailbone. A combination of athletic activity and manual labor can negatively impact the pelvic floor in many pain-inducing ways. The pelvic floor helps support pelvic organs as well as abdominal and core muscles. It plays a central role in bladder control, bowel movement, posture, and sexual intimacy. In short, the pelvic floor is central to countless body functions. It is therefore imperative that any issues derived from pelvic floor dysfunction be swiftly addressed and resolved. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction refers to an assortment of different problems that manifest from weak pelvic floor muscles, damage to the lumbar spine, hip joint weakness, or issues in the sacroiliac joint.
Park Sports Physical Therapy’s winning combination of treatments will restore your quality of life. Our board-certified team of physical therapists and Brooklyn sports medicine experts are uniquely qualified to treat pelvic floor dysfunction and it’s associated problems. Our 4 conveniently located clinics offer a full range of service for pelvic floor therapy including:
- Bowel and bladder control training
- External and/or internal manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release, soft tissue mobilization, neuromuscular facilitation, and scar massage
- Self-management techniques to improve a patient’s overall quality of life
- Biofeedback for muscle re-training and recruitment
Comprehensive musculoskeletal and orthopedic evaluation, including assessment of the pelvic floor muscles and hip alignment
- Therapeutic exercises such as postural re-education, muscle relaxation, core stabilization, and flexibility exercises
- Home exercise program instruction
Return To Action With Advanced Hip Joint Rehabilitation In Prospect Heights, BK
Extending from the femur (thigh bone) to the pelvis (hip bone), the hip joint is the largest weight-bearing joint in the human body. Also known as a “ball-and-socket joint,” a healthy set of hips allows for a wide range of motion, which is critical for day-to-day physical activities like sitting, walking, or running. But sports-related injuries, excessive running, and degenerative arthritis all contribute to hip injuries. Hip pain affects patients of all ages, lifestyles, and abilities. While degenerative joint conditions are frequent culprits of hip pain in middle-aged and elderly adults, young adults, teenagers, and children participating in athletic activity can also experience hip pain from direct injuries or hip joint overuse. The most common hip-related injuries we treat include:
- Avascular Necrosis
- Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
- Hip Bursitis
- Hip Join Infection
- Hip Synovitis
- Hips Dysplasia
- Pelvic Osteotomy
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Snapping Hip Syndrome
When athletes living near Prospect Heights – and throughout Brooklyn – need an accurate diagnosis for hip pain, they turn to Park Sports Physical Therapy for a comprehensive evaluation. During the first meeting, for non-surgical patients, the Park Sports hip experts will search for underlying conditions that led discomfort to and perform gait analysis. Having completed years of specialized training, our certified experts will easily identify nuances in your gait that may cause pain. The Park Sports Physical Therapy team will also conduct strength measurements and functional mobility tests to evaluate a patient’s range of motion. We work with referring physicians and other professionals to utilize imaging tests. It will allow our diligent team new insights to deploy better treatment approaches for a broad spectrum of hip-related conditions.
The #1 Clinic For Vestibular Rehabilitation Services In Prospect Heights, BK
The vestibular system covers parts of the inner ear and brain. This important system allows us to process sensory information needed in balance control and eye movement. The vestibular system is vulnerable to gradual wear and tear from aging as well as injury and disease. To complicate matters further, vestibular system damage may appear without any clear causes. Brooklyn-based athletes living near Prospect Heights suffering from a vestibular disorder may notice and combinations of the following symptoms:
- Difficulty with coordination
- Light sensitivity
- Hearing disturbances
- Difficulty focusing
After receiving an accurate vestibular disorder diagnosis, Park Sports’ experts will work one-on-one with patients to formulate the best treatment plan to reach optimal treatment goals. After reviewing a patient’s overall health, medical history, and symptom severity, our licensed experts will deploy a combination of effective physical therapy techniques including positional maneuvers, oculomotor exercises, balance retraining, and motion tolerance exercises. The result: a comprehensive return to normal living and complete alleviation of symptoms.
Comprehensive Physical Therapy Services For Brooklyn Patients
With state-of-the-art orthopedic technology and years of in-depth experience treating athletes for various conditions, our certified physical therapists will work one-on-one with our Brooklyn patients to find a treatment plan that aligns with each individual’s unique needs. It’s time to eliminate and overcome functional limitations.
Patients living near Park Slope, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Prospect Heights, Greenpoint, and the surrounding neighborhoods experiencing mild to severe hip discomfort can receive high-caliber care from our Prospect Park office or 3 nearby clinics. We also offer additional physical therapy services such as hand therapy, sports rehabilitation, acupuncture, and pediatric physical therapy. To learn more about the appropriate physical therapy approach for your unique condition, dial (718) 230-1180 to schedule a consultation with our licensed physical therapists.