Physical Therapy

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Physical therapists assist people with orthopedic conditions such as lower back pain or osteoporosis; joint and soft tissue injuries such as fractures and dislocations; neurologic conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, or Parkinson’s disease; cardiopulmonary and circulatory conditions such as congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; and workplace injuries including repetitive stress disorders and sports injuries.

During your first visit, the therapist will perform an examination and develop a plan of care that promotes the ability to move, reduces pain, restores function, and prevents disability. You and your therapist will then work side-by-side to make sure that the goals of the treatment plan are met.

Each patient’s needs are unique. Your treatment plan may include functional training, neuromuscular re-education, exercise, stretching, muscle massage, manual joint mobilization, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, balance training, and education.

At Mount Hope, we know each of our residents by name and care for them like family. Many of our staff grew up here and take a genuine interest in their day-to-day lives, and are deeply invested in each individual’s well-being. We at Mount Hope ensure that every resident is not only comfortable, but also well-adjusted and happy in their new home, and we compassionately address their concerns as well as that of their family. As a non-profit facility, Mount Hope utilizes a hands-on approach, keeping the best interest of our residents at the heart of everything we do.

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