Physical Therapy Services Mt. Pleasant, SC.

What To Expect When You Arrive

  • Complete a few minutes of paperwork or print and complete the paperwork now to bring with you
  • Allow 45 minutes to one hour for initial visit
  • Receive a thorough assessment of your limitations and diagnosis
  • Receive education and treatment to relieve pain, increase motion, strengthen, and restore normal activities as indicated by your physician and therapist

Certified Hand Therapist On Staff

We are the only independent and locally owned outpatient therapy practice in Mt. Pleasant that offers adult physical, occupational/hand therapy and acupuncture from one location in Mount Pleasant, SC.

  • Specializing in splinting before and after surgery for hand, wrist, shoulder, and elbow injuries
  • Assisting in maintaining function for those who suffer from Rheumatoid arthritis in the upper extremities
  • Rehabilitation to regain dexterity and hand function following joint or tendon injury
  • Treatments for carpal tunnel

Patient Education and Exercise

Education is the best way to motivate patients to complete their rehabilitation program. Patients must understand their diagnosis and activities that are suitable for their recovery. Every patient receives one-on-one attention during their rehabilitation program. To assure continuity of care, the same physical therapist will follow you from your initial visit to discharge.

Rehabilitation Programs

  • Anodyne Therapy

    Infrared light, used to increase circulation and decrease pain.

  • Ultrasound Deep Heat Treatment

    Breaks down scar tissue and promotes circulation.

  • Cold Laser Combined With Micro-Current

    An effective way to decrease pain and facilitate the cellular renewal necessary to help the body heal from both acute and chronic injuries.

  • Muscle Energy Techniques

    Uses patient’s own muscle power to decrease muscle tightness and restore mobility.

  • Myofascial Release

    A manual technique used to improve the mobility of the soft tissue around injured joints or restrictions caused by poor posture or surgical incisions.

  • Traction

    A mechanical device used to treat the neck and lower back by improving the mobility between the vertebrae or decreasing the compression on spinal nerves.

  • Electrical Stimulation

    An electrical current used to help reduce muscle tension, swelling and pain.

  • Core Stabilization Training

    The use of a specific exercise that strengthens the muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve posture and decrease pain.

  • Golf Fitness

    A custom program of specific exercises that assist in improving a golfer’s performance and help to prevent injury.

  • Postural Re-Education

    Involves educating patients regarding their current poor postural habits and re-training the muscles of the abdomen and spine to attain optimal postural alignment.

  • Balance Re-Training

    Often needed for patients after a prolonged period of immobility or with the progression of diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s. Activities are designed to challenge the patient’s present level of balance and progress to more advanced activities using foam mats, gym balls and stability discs.