Physical Therapy Overview

Physical therapy is an exercise treatment methodology aimed at the treatment and curing of certain physical ailments, through exercise, stretching, soft tissue and muscle techniques, and various therapeutic modalities. Its primary goal is to bring the patient back to his or her normal self and prevent the chance of any re-occurrences down the road, so that he or she can perform all of their daily activities with minimal to no difficulty.

Manalapan Spine & Physical Therapy Center is a leading provider of physical and rehabilitative therapy services. We are an independently owned and operated practice where high quality care is stressed over patient quotas. Our team consists of talented employees – both clinical and non-clinical – who have a strong reputation for clinical quality, effective outcomes and positive customer service.

Our highly trained physical therapists at Manalapan Spine & Physical Therapy Center offer an array of effective physical therapy treatments for a variety of conditions involving children, adults, and older adults. At Manalapan Spine & Physical Therapy Center, patients will work with the same physical therapists at every visit. Our experienced physical therapists enjoy getting to know our patients and provide highly individualized care. Because our physical therapists are so involved with patient care, they are able to remain flexible and responsive, to therapy needs and personal schedule preferences. It is because of this hands on approach that we have earned the respect and trust of many local doctors and specialists who choose Manalapan Spine & Physical Therapy Center to help heal their patients.

WHAT WE TREAT

<strong>Back</strong>
Back

It is important to consider back pain exercises and physical therapy for back treatment after an episode of low back pain has lasted more than a few days.

<strong>Shoulder</strong>
Shoulder

The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the human body. It allows you to place and rotate your arm in many positions in front, above, to the side, and behind your body.

<strong>Hip</strong>
Hip

Hip pain is a relatively common symptom seen in our facility, but the cause of the pain can vary considerably.

<strong>Hand and Wrist</strong>
Hand and Wrist

Hand and wrist injuries or pain are very common with recreational activities and even just normal daily tasks.

<strong>Elbow</strong>
Elbow

Physical therapy often provides the best treatment for elbow pain, not only providing relief, but also teaching you techniques to prevent re-injury and avoid elbow pain in the future.

<strong>Back</strong>
Back

It is important to consider back pain exercises and physical therapy for back treatment after an episode of low back pain has lasted more than a few days.