The therapists at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy are trained to evaluate, assess, and treat a variety of musculoskeletal, neurological, geriatric, women's health, pelvic floor (men and women), and pediatric dysfunctions.
Musculoskeletal/sports-related injuries include: bones, muscles with their related tendons, joint structures such as ligaments and menisci. Injuries may cause impairments such as pain, inflammation, restricted movement, joint instability, or muscle weakness.Learn More
The physical therapists at Beyond Basics are experts in designing physical therapy and rehab regimens to treat pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. Millions of Americans are suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction, yet for most, the disease goes unidentified and untreated.Learn More
Although millions of children suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopedic conditions, most don't get the help they need. We work with each child and family member very closely and modify our treatment according to what works best for each individual.Learn More
There can be many medical reasons for bladder and bowel disorders, the physical therapists at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy focus on treating the musculoskeletal components of these conditions.Learn More
Physical therapy treatment can treat sexual dysfunction through muscle re-education, nerve flossing, joint mobilizations, improving blood flow, and therapeutic exercises. Both men and women can experience pain and/or discomfort with intercourse.Learn More
Lymphedema is a persistent swelling of a body part due to a blockage in lymphatic ﬂow when nodes or vessels are damaged or abnormal. The swelling may result in pain, decreased range of motion, and/or weakness.Learn More
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