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Within 3 months my pain is gone completely and I feel great. This is a fantastic alternative to surgery, recovery and the months of rehab that would have followed. I am very grateful to everyone at ProCare. It made a huge difference for me.
It was here at ProCare where they were able to see the problem with no difficulty. Better yet, they were able to get rid of the problem within a week. I want to thank everyone here at ProCare for doing an excellent job at helping me.
They have great expertise in their field and are very compassionate people. I came from Cape May a second time because they are so great. Everyone from the PTs to the secretary and aides.
Just six weeks later my pain is completely gone and I am able to walk and move comfortably. The staff at ProCare is friendly, efficient and most of all effective!
When I first started therapy, I could barely walk. Now, I’ve gone back to all of my previous activities. Thank you!
I had arthroscopic surgery in April 2005. I proceeded to have physical therapy for one and a half months. Less than 3 months after having surgery, I was cleared to play football and wrestle again. Thanks to the help and guidance of the professionals at ProCare, I was able to achieve this.
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Reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation are common goals in this phase of recovery. Injury protection, elevation, appropriate medications, compression, and patient education are important.
Pain-free passive, manual therapy, active range of motion, and cardiorespiratory exercises, are indicated here. Education about pain and a positive attitude may help.
Progressive loading of healing soft tissues, the reintroduction of low-stress neuromuscular reeducation, balance training, and basic functional activities are part of this rehabilitation phase.
Progressing strengthening exercises, improving flexibility, and advanced balance exercises are part of phase 4. Resuming functional movement (e.g. sports movements) occurs in this phase.
Functional movements are progressed, a controlled re-introduction to sports or challenging environments is initiated. Continued strengthening, flexibility, balance, endurance, and goal-specific training occurs during this phase. Education and future injury prevention are discussed.