At Suburban Orthopaedics we know that part of caring for our patients’ injuries is rehabilitating and re-educating the muscles and surrounding structures to their proper strength and function. Our Physical Therapy department is staffed by Certified Therapists that can work in conjunction with our Physicians to keep your rehabilitation from injury on track. Whether you have nagging overuse pain, just completed a surgery, need a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) or Work Conditioning program to return yourself back to work our Licensed Physical Therapists offer excellent and individualized care to work specifically with each injury. With convenient locations in Bartlett and Elgin our facilities come equipped with all the necessary staff and equipment needed to get you feeling better.
- Ryan Borri, PT, DPT, Facility Manager
- Jason Redeker, PT, DPT
- Romeo Ceniza Jr., PT
- Sonal Gandhi, PT, DPT
- Michele Branka, PT, MPT
- Lisa Ayotte, PT, MPT
- Katie Keller, PTA
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Physical Therapy Accelerates the Rehabilitation Process
After an injury or debilitating medical condition like a stroke, many people need physical therapy to help get them back to a functional level of movement and strength. At Suburban Orthopaedics, we have a dedicated team of physical therapists who focus on evidence-based methodologies and hands-on therapy. We believe that engaging in physical therapy helps to accelerate the recovery process after an injury or accident. Even if the process doesn’t seem quick to the patient, the physical therapist is helping the patient’s body to heal effectively, which decreases the overall recovery time.
Physical Therapy Improves Stability and Strength
One area many patients struggle with after an accident or injury is regaining strength and mobility. A physical therapist will work with you to demonstrate how you can engage in certain exercises or therapies to help rebuild your strength. As you rebuild strength, you should notice an increase in your stability and mobility. For example, if you’ve suffered a stroke, you may need help relearning how to use one side of your body effectively. Your therapist will use a combination of exercises and hands-on approaches to improve your overall condition and prevent your muscles and tissues from becoming weak.
Sports Related Physical Therapy
Children and adults who engage heavily in sports may suffer from sports related injuries. These injuries could result in the need for a surgical procedure, and could require the use of physical therapy so you can regain mobility and coordination in the affected area. Many sports players want to jump right back into the game, but without proper therapy, you risk re-injury and possibly never playing again. Don’t let the time involved in seeking physical therapy deter you. It’s this type of treatment that help get patients back to a pre-injury state and live a quality life. If you live in Bartlett, Elgin, or Schaumburg, visit us to see how our therapists can help you.