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We provide treatment for a variety of conditions.

Physical Therapists at the ACTIVE REHAB, INC can help with many conditions including:

Shoulder Region:

  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis and Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: When the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles around the shoulder joint rub against bones or become pinched, you may experience extreme pain and stiffness in your shoulder. 
  • Arthritis: Degeneration of the cartilage inside the shoulder joint can result in bone-on-bone friction, causing pain and inflammation.
  • Bursitis: While the bursae normally prevent friction-based inflammation in the shoulder, they can become pinched and inflamed over time. Thus resulting in shoulder bursitis.
  •  Adhesive capsulitis is commonly known as frozen shoulder, usually develops in a shoulder that has been immobilized for a long time ( after injury when in a cast for weeks) or secondary to Diabetes.
  • Fractures of upper extremity bones including humerus, clavicle, and other bones after the surgeon have provided the approval to start the physical therapy.
  • In addition, many more conditions.

Hip and Knee Region:
There are a variety of things that can cause hip and knee pain. These include:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Exercise and sports injuries
  • Tendinitis
  • Strains in tendons and/or muscle
  • Bursitis
  • Meniscal tears (in Knees)
  • Other causes

Joint Replacement Rehabilitation:

  • Following the partial or full replacement of the joints including Hip, Knee, and Shoulder secondary to degeneration or injury to the joint, Physical therapy plays a vital role in the long road to full recovery under the supervision of the surgeon.
  • Physical therapy helps to decrease pain and edema, increase the strength, mobility, and flexibility in the months following surgery to ensure proper healing of the replaced joints.
  • Gait training, fall prevention, home safety recommendations, and enabling the patient to return to being able to complete all the functional tasks without any difficulty.

Kindly contact us at or call at 248-730-0414 to schedule your visit in the comfort of your home.