Who we are
Whether you suffer from back or neck pain, leg or arm pain, we are your pain specialists! We will find the root cause and treat the pain to help you feel your best. We use a variety of manual therapies including myofascial release, trigger point release, soft tissue mobilization, scar tissue release, cross friction massage, and manual lymph drainage. We also incorporate modalities into your care plan such as electric stimulation, micro-point stimulation, cupping, kinesiotaping, ultrasound, and low level laser therapy. We will teach you techniques to self treat and exercises that are customized just for you!
Breast Cancer side effects that can be helped with Physical Therapy services
- Cancer related Lymphedema
- Radiation Fibrosis
- Radiation Induced Brachial Plexopathy
- Chemotherapy induced Peripheral Neuropathy
- Winged Scapula
- Post Mastectomy Pain Syndrome
- Shoulder Dysfunction and Pain
- Rotator Cuff Pain and Impingement
- Frozen Shoulder
- Neck and Back Pain
- Bone Loss (aromatase inhibitor related)
- Joint Pain( aromatase inhibitor induced)
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (anastrozole induced)
- Breast Expander pain
- Capsular Contracture of Breast Implants
- Steroid Induced Myopathy
- Post Chemotherapy Cognitive Impairments
- Cancer Related Fatigue
- Axillary Web Syndrome or Cording
- Myofascial Pain syndrome
- Muscle weakness
- Muscle stiffness
- Scar adhesions
- Nerve Entrapments
Why I need breast cancer rehab?
If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should be referred at least once for a consultation with a physical or occupational therapist. Top comprehensive cancer hospitals across the United States are now including a rehab model which integrates physical therapy services as part of breast cancer care in order to educate breast cancer patients of the potential physical side effects related to the medical cancer treatment. Rehabilitation is becoming a main stain which involves a breast cancer patient visiting the therapist pre surgery to receive education and for baseline measurements to be obtained.
A post surgical physical therapy visit occurs about two weeks after surgery for a re evaluation in order to assess the presence of impairments and for exercise prescription. If any deficits are identified, then physical therapy will be prescribed to address issues. Otherwise, the patient is educated to continue self surveillance and to follow up with their physician if impairments arise. In many cases, physical therapy services are covered by your insurance company.
4215 Sun N Lake Blvd
Sebring, FL, 33872