Customized rehabilitation to meet your goal
Whether you are recovering from a broken bone, muscle injury or surgery, regaining mobility, strength, flexibility and endurance are a key part of your recovery. Every individual has different goals and expectations in recovery, so our rehabilitation specialists provide a customized plan that incorporates the unique goals and abilities of each person.
Our physical therapists provide:
- Education about your condition or injury, the healing process, and how to prevent injury during recovery and in the future.
- Various therapies as needed (such as ice, heat, massage or ultrasound) and hands-on assistance with exercises and stretches. Therapists will also provide instructions for strength and flexibility exercises to do at home.
- Motivation, support and assistance throughout your recovery.
Our rehabilitation team includes knowledgeable, caring professionals who are dedicated to providing quality care and support, and helping you return to the activities you enjoy as quickly as possible.
Center for Balance Disorders
Contrary to popular beliefs, loss of balance and mobility are not inevitable as we grow older. Eighty percent of patients that have dizziness and balance disorders can be helped, even cured. Whatever the cause of dizziness and imbalance, it is not something you or your loved ones have to live with.
Located in the Rehab Gym at Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, the Center for Balance Disorders offers a unique, comprehensive service to diagnose and treat dizziness, vertigo and disequilibrium. Utilizing brand new, state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment technology, Port Charlotte has a team of licensed physical therapists specifically trained to deal with dizziness and balance disorders that look beyond traditional clinical approaches to detect and actively treat these disorders.
The Center for Balance Disorders uses the same breakthrough technology as NASA, technology originally created to diagnose and treat the cause of dizziness and loss of balance in astronauts upon their return from shuttle missions.