Treatment of pain syndromes affecting the spine (neck, mid back and low back) and the extremities (upper and lower extremities), including temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ).
Therapy is an integral part of rehabilitation following an orthopedic injury. Our therapists are experts at identifying problems, understanding anatomy and pathology and developing an individualized plan of care. Our team works efficiently to:
Our highly trained therapists understand the Indiana Workers Compensation system and know how important it is for injured workers to return to the job safely as soon as possible. From repetitive stress and overuse injuries to fractures, muscle sprains and strains, our therapists have extensive work injury rehabilitation experience. Our staff communicated effectively with referring caseworkers and physicians to make an employee's return to work a seamless process.
Work-related injury programs include:
Pelvic floor physical therapy is a specialized service with emphasis on the pelvic floor and associated trunk muscles addressing the impact on bowel, bladder, sexual health, and core stability. Allied Physical Therapy provides this non-invasive treatment for a variety of conditions including incontinence, abdomino-pelvic pain, dysfunctional voiding and constipation. These services are offered across the life span including pediatrics and are available for men and women.
When recovering from cancer surgery and treatment, some men and women face difficulties with pain, incontinence, scarring, lymphedema, muscle weakness and/or movement restrictions. Our therapist will customize a plan of care supporting a quick recovery to their daily activities. Lymphedema care may include manual therapy for scar mobilization, manual lymph drainage, compression wrapping, and exercises to facilitate lymphatic flow.