physical therapist assisting patient
Helping you recover faster!

Physical therapy helps in restoring strength, endurance, flexibility, and stability to people who have been injured, are in pain, have experienced an illness, or are simply noticing that you are losing your physical abilities. It plays a vital role to help in post-operative recovery by improving circulation, decreasing swelling, and promotes healing.

Therapeutic exercise can prevent impairment and disability while improving your overall fitness. These exercises are tailored to each patient depending on their condition by their physical therapist.

The important Purpose of Each Exercise

  • Range of Motion – These exercises are aimed at increasing the range of motion in your joints and soft tissues. They can either be completed actively, passively, or active-assisted to help you enable to move your joints pain-free.
  • Strength Training – Increasing muscle strength and endurance play an important role in providing good balance and stability. Strengthening helps tremendously in improving bone and joint health. Gradual resistance exercises and endurance exercises are designed to increase muscle strength without injury.
  • Postural Correction – Having a good posture is a key to having decreased aches and pains. Unfortunately working long hours and not having the correct ergonomic setup, especially while working from home has increased the imbalance of muscle tone and increased the tendency towards injury. The goal of specific exercises is to correct poor posture, teach correct ergonomics as such alleviate the pains.
  • Balance & Coordination – Having a good balance is an important aspect of our life. A good physical balance is achieved by well-coordinated movements which are a result of our numerous muscles that work together without skeletal system and help us to complete our daily tasks including changing our clothes, brushing our teeth, cooking, walking, etc, easily. That is why balance and coordination exercises are so important, especially after an injury or illness. If you lose to coordinate movements, the balance gets poor and you can lose the ability to take care of yourselves.
  • Breathing exercises, as well as relaxation exercises, are very important as they help decrease stress, lower blood pressure and enable a person to work at their optimal level.

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