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We invite you to come see one of our fully licensed and certified physical or occupational therapists for aquatic therapy services in our HydroWorx therapy pool!
The variety of clients that can be treated in the HydroWorx pool is limitless. From the frail elderly to the professional athlete, everyone will benefit from therapeutic exercise in this aquatic atmosphere. Some benefits of aquatic rehabilitation are improvement of posture, alignment and stability, muscle strength and endurance, increased range of motion and flexibility, balance and coordination improvement, reduction in joint stress on extremities and spine, and reduction in pain and muscle spasm. The pool is kept at a therapeutic temperature and varies in depth to address all therapeutic needs. It is equipped with an underwater treadmill, resistance jets, massage hose and a handicap accessible chair lift.
Our HydroWorx Pool Provides:
A fully adjustable current to provide resistance/swimming for every fitness level
Underwater treadmill for low-impact running/walking
A massage hose which can be used for scar tissue manipulation, deep tissue massage, and overall wellness enhancement
Low-oder bromine purification that’s gentle on your skin
Temperature control (up to 92° F) for your comfort
The American Cancer Society recommends people undergoing cancer treatment, and cancer survivors, perform consistent physical exercise to decrease fatigue, and improve the ability to perform normal daily activities. Studies have shown exercise can improve an individual’s chances of surviving cancer. Our physical therapists can design individualized exercise and treatment programs to reduce or prevent many cancer-related problems.
We are able to help people diagnosed with cancer before and after surgery. Before surgery, we will evaluate individuals for any issues they are experiencing and help address them. After surgery, our therapists will help with the healing of the incision site, improve circulation, reduce pain, and minimize scarring. Each individual will be evaluated for any physical therapy treatment needs, and, by designing individualized treatment programs, help them recover and heal faster than they would on their own.
Stacey Hicks PT, CLT, LANA and Robyn Baker OTR, CLT are both certified in complete decongestive therapy, the gold standard of treatments for Lymphedema. There are two types of Lymphedema, primary & secondary.
Lymphedema develops when lymph vessels are unable to transport lymph fluid back into circulation resulting in swelling. Primary Lymphedema is caused by malfunctions in the lymph system. Secondary is a result of damage to the lymph system. Those at risk for secondary lymphedema are people who have had mastectomies, lumpectomies, radiation treatment, lymph node removal, surgeries, infections or trauma to the limbs. Lymphedema could develop within a few months after a procedure, years later or may not develop at all. Since there is no cure for lymphedema, the goal of treatment is to reduce the swelling and to maintain the reduction. Lymphedema treatment consists of four primary components: Manual lymph drainage by a specially trained therapist; graduated compression garments; therapeutic exercise; meticulous skin care.
You're not alone! 69 million Americans suffer from dizziness or imbalances and the therapists at Carlisle Place Physical Therapy & Wellness Center are specially trained to help.
The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that help control balance and eye movements. If the system is damaged by disease, concussion, aging or injury, vestibular disorders can result and are often associated with one or more of these symptoms:
VERTIGO AND DIZZINESS; IMBALANCE AND SPATIAL DISORIENTATION; VISION DISTURBANCE
Not all symptoms will be experienced by every person and other symptoms are possible. It is also important to note that these can also be caused by other conditions. This is why it is important to talk with your doctor if you are experiencing any of these symptoms. If it is determined that you have a vestibular disorder or have sustained a concussion, vestibular rehabilitation can help. Ask your doctor for a referral for vestibular rehabilitation at the Carlisle Place Physical Therapy & Wellness Center.
Physical Therapist, Celina Moon, PT, DPT and Occupational Therapist, Robyn Baker, OTR, CLT offer 12 years of combined experience in this field and have attended multiple continuing educational courses on the topics of Concussion and the Vestibular System to be able to offer you the best care possible.
You don't have to live with these symptoms, we are here and dedicated to keeping your body in motion!
Using the art and science of rehabilitation of the upper limb, which includes the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder girdle we are able to practice hand therapy. Specialized skills in assessment, planning and treatment, allow hand therapists tovprovide therapeutic interventions to prevent dysfunction, restore function and/or reverse the progression of pathology of the upper limb in order to enhance an individual’s ability to execute tasks and to participate fully in life situations.