Physical therapy is the treatment of injuries, pain, and disabilities with the goals of restoring, maintaining and promoting function. Our Physical therapists Grandville office will perform a thorough evaluation by a licensed pysical therapist to determine functional limitations within the musculoskeletal system. Once a plan is developed, we will utilize the numerous exercise equipment and aquatic therapy available at our Grandville location, as well as develop an at home care plan to achieve the desired results.
We work directly with Dr.Rahimi in a multi-dimensional facility to provide the best care for patients with complex medical and surgical histories. We work with complicated and rare diagnoses on a regular basis as well as your "typical" physical therapy diagnoses. We utilize manual therapy as a main treatment intervention, believing that fixing and correcting the origin of cause is necessary first and foremost. Our physical therapists have extensive continuing education training in manual therapy.
Our licensed physical therapists are professional health care providers who have extensive education (Doctor of Physical Therapy and Masters of Physical Therapy degrees) to evaluate and treat musculoskeletal conditions. We also have licensed Physical Therapy Assistants on staff with specific college level degrees. Our PTAs work directly with our PTs to provide the best comprehensive care for patients.
Physical therapy is a treatment that is an alternative to treatments involving medications, injections and surgery. Treatment involves a variety of specific interventions determined by the physical therapist. Interventions include:
We provide physical therapy rehabilitation services for a variety of patients. We see patients with all types of physical impairments and injury, including (but not limited to):
At WMRPC, we utilize hands on skills to work on physical therapy goals. There are many areas of manual therapy that are appropriately used together or alone to treat patients. Manual therapy consists of specialized hands-on treatment to assist with range of motion, strength, flexibility and function. This type of therapy creates movement of the spine and joints, decreases muscle tightness, releases trigger points, releases restrictions in fascia and connective tissue, and facilitates muscle activation to function correctly without pain.
Specific manual therapy techniques used in our clinic include: deep tissue massage, trigger point release, joint mobilizations, muscle energy techniques, myofascial release, neuromuscular re-education, manual traction and strain-counterstrain techniques.
Our therapist take continuing education coursework through Michigan State University-College of Osteopathic Medicine in their Manual Medicine Series that service DOs and PTs.
Our Grandville physical therapy location offers a full range of physical therapy services, including aquatic therapy. We also offer a Grand Rapids location to better serve our customers.