Neurological Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Post Operative Rehabilitation

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Diseases or injuries of the nervous system are more common than people think. According to the CDC, stroke is the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the US, affecting ~795,000 individuals each year. Stroke is just one example of a neurological complication…. Traumatic brain injuries, Multiple sclerosis, Lupus, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, and ALS are a few others than are commonly know and all present with nervous system dysfunction and movement problems. Physical therapists are trained to help improve or restore mobility for enhanced quality of life and management of these injuries and diseases.

Neurological Rehabilitation

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Thousands of Americans suffer from vertigo symptoms on a routine basis. Whether you are experiencing daily episodes of dizziness, visual disturbances, imbalance, or general feelings of nausea and vomiting, physical therapists are trained to help alleviate such symptoms. Using techniques such as the Epley maneuver for canalith repositioning, habituation techniques, gaze stabilization exercises, and gait training (to name a few), vestibular rehabilitation can help to improve symptoms associated with these inner ear and balance disorders.

Physical therapy is a versatile profession that treats a wide array of ailments, including musculoskeletal problems, sports injuries, vestibular problems, postpartum complications, neurological rehabilitation, pre and post-operative rehabilitations, and more. Our licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy performs quality evaluations obtaining baseline measurements before establishing an individualized treatment plan specific to each patient.

Pre-operative rehabilitation has been proven to lead to better outcomes following surgery. With pre-operative rehab, the focus is on reducing any pain and inflammation at and around the surgical site, increasing range of motion, normalizing movement patterns, enhancing muscular control, and mentally preparing the patient for what to expect with the surgery. Post-operative rehabilitation is usually a requirement following orthopedic surgeries, including hip, knee, shoulder, spine, neck, foot, ankle, hand, and wrist. Depending of the surgery, outpatient rehab can begin as soon as a few days following surgery, and some may need to be immobilized for a few weeks. Physical therapists are trained in identifying biomechanical deficits and deviations and are essential in returning the patient to their prior level of function, with regaining mobility and strength safely and appropriately.

Post Operative Rehabilitation

what They’re Saying

Client Testimonials

Dr. Iselborn and his staff are first class top to bottom. This is a complete Sports Medicine and Rehab facility that has been my port in the storm for my chiropractic needs and sports massages. I can't recommend them enough as someone who is 50 with a kindergartener who needs to be at 100% full mobility 24/7.

Brian R.

I'm so grateful for Sports Recovery Annex. After getting more serious about ultra and trail running, I've had my big goal as 100 miles, but after failing to complete my 50 mile race this year, I thought that dream wasn't for me. Instead of quitting, I looked for help, and found this little gem of an athlete's dream! Working with Amra has renewed my confidence in my body, and my mental game. Now I have a toolbox full of tricks to help me manage and overcome my imbalances. This ain't your momma's physical therapy/athletic training; this is challenging and my weaknesses have been brought to light in a way that motivates me to address them. I have not looked forward to a training block like I am right now in so long. I have a good feeling my body will impress me now that I've given in the right kind of attention. I can't wait to focus on becoming better instead of constantly battling to reach my baseline.

Cheers to SRA, 2024's race calendar, and a renewed hope!

Alex Y.

My son runs high school track and field and he was having issues with his hamstring. I was referred to the Sports Recovery Annex and the staff was friendly as well as professional. I would gladly recommend anyone who is having physical problems to the Sports Recovery Annex.

Fletcher F.

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