We offer an exceptional range of specialized treatment programs including, but not limited to:
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Anodyne therapy uses infrared light applied directly to the skin. It is most commonly used to treat diabetic neuropathy. This procedure is safe, effective, and non-invasive.
The Scientific Truth about movement. We understand that the source of pain and the cause of pain are seldom the same. Applied Functional Science is the convergence of science, physical, biological and behavioral sciences- how the body moves. Understanding that the body functions as a chain reaction, we use Principle Strategies and Techniques (PST) to rehabilitate our patients. We also utilize 3D Maps, a movement screen used to detect the cause of the patient’s problems. A movement screen must be used to deduce the cause of the patient’s problems.
We are proud to provide athletic training and sports medicine services to our local high schools and universities. Our trainers work on site at the schools providing first response injury assessment and prevention to the student athletes. The trainers work hand in hand with the clinicians at PPTS.
We help you battle Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF), and specifically help you recover from chronic pain, leg pain, shortness of breath after light activity, difficulty walking short distances, difficulty performing daily tasks, extreme weariness and tiredness, and difficulty paying attention or concentration.
We offer a Fall Prevention Conditioning Program that increases independence with functional activities, functional mobility, and safety awareness while decreasing your risk of falling..
We use a standardized evaluation that assesses a patient's maximum physical ability and functional limitations. Our FCE reports are easy to read and give clear, objective information about the patient's abilities, cooperation, effort and consistency.
Our Geriatric Programs consist of understanding the initial injury or ailment, explaining the various therapeutic applications, evaluating the severity of injury or ailment and customizing a specific program for your exact needs. We also consider individual differences, such as age, levels of function, flexibility and other factors.
Our Certified Hand Therapists provide services to both children and adults with conditions resulting from traumatic injury, disease, or cumulative trauma.
- Functional capacity evaluation
- Work hardening/reconditioning
- TEAM approach
- Rehabilitation of industrial injuries
Services include Manual Lymph Drainage, Complete Decongestive Therapy, Patient Education and Training in Self Management, Functional Therapeutic Activities Program and Compression Therapy.
Also known as Mckenzie Method®, MDT is a philosophy of active patient involvement and education for back, neck and extremity problems. This approach reduces patient dependency on treatment and empowers them to take an active role in managing their condition. The initial evolution enables the therapist to prescribe direction specific exercises based on the individual needs of the patient. This approach is well established and supported in the literature as an effective means to treat spinal disorders. Our therapists are MDT certified or working towards their certification
Plymouth PTS offers Occupational Therapy for our patients. Please contact our office.
From off the shelf to fully custom foot orthoses, our clinicians will diagnose and prescribe the most appropriate device for your foot. After a comprehensive biomechanical evaluation you will be fit with an orthotic device that meets your needs. Most of the time the orthotic is ready for you the same day.
Our therapists trained in pelvic floor dysfunction can treat vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, dyspareunia, vaginismus, and abdominal/pelvic scar pain. Treatment for pelvic floor problems may include internal and external soft tissue and connective tissue release, trigger point release, biofeedback, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, ultrasound bladder re-training, exercise, core strengthening, patient education and a home program.
Running injury assessment, improvement and training all in one exceptional program.
Lymphedema, the accumulation of fluids, is due to the disruption in the lymphatic system. This type of swelling is seen after trauma to one's body, radiation treatment, and more often when lymph nodes are surgically removed. Patients often develop lymphedema after breast surgery. The good news is this is treatable condition that can be controlled through the combination of manual lymphatic drainage, multi-layered compression bandages, self treatment with bandaging and/or compression garments, exercising, education and awareness.
Plymouth PTS offers Post Surgical Rehabilitation. Please contact our office.
Plymouth PTS offers Post Surgical Rehab of Knee and Shoulder. Please contact our office.
PPTS partners with several physical therapy programs across the country providing learning opportunities for students. These students use clinical rotations in each year of their studies and are a vital piece of their education. We also provide these services to PTA's and athletic trainers.
Plymouth PTS offers a Selective Functional Movement Screen (SFMA). Please contact our office.
Plymouth PTS offers Sport Specific Rehabilitation and Training. Please contact our office.
Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is the world's leading educational organization and research facility dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. We include a video assessment of your body and swing, a personalize home program and a variety of other options.
Our program will decrease pain and discomfort associated with the temporomandibular joint. We provide education on managing the condition through posture as well as managing concurrent cervical spine disorders that typically accompany TMJ dysfunction.
The vestibular system is a complex organization of membranous portions of the inner ear. Damage to the vestibular system may result in dizziness, vertigo, nausea, and balance disorders. It can be extremely debilitating, but physical therapy can be a valuable treatment for patients. Our therapists are trained to work with patients who have vestibular disorders. Patients will no longer have to suffer with symptoms and are able to achieve a functional lifestyle upon completion of vestibular rehabilitation.