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Neck pain and back pain are among the most common reasons for doctor visits and are major causes of disability, lost work days, and high healthcare costs. Almost 50% of adults experience neck pain and 80% of adults experience back pain at some point in their lives. This pain can be located centrally at the spine, but can also be located in the arm or leg. The pain can run the spectrum of mild and annoying pain to severe and debilitating pain that can often interfere with work, recreational, or household activities and have a major impact on a person's quality of life.
Physical Therapy is one of the most common research-supported and effective methods of relieving neck or back pain and movement limitations. Early intervention by Physical Therapy has proven to shorten the duration of pain and movement problems. Our team, including APTA Certified Orthopedic Specialists, is highly trained to help you recover from your pain and dysfunction.
Your Physical Therapist will thoroughly examine you and develop a treatment plan to help address the reasons for your pain. Treatment options may include, but are not limited to, modalities (ie: electrical stimulation), traction, manual therapy, flexibility training, strength training, and warm water aquatic therapy. In all cases, your Physical Therapist will provide you with the necessary education as it relates to posture, body mechanics, work conditioning or modification of activity. Our goal is to help you recover quickly and to help you achieve your goals.
Often times, patients do not need to come for more than a few visits to obtain education and brief follow-up on good posture, body mechanics, and how to manage or control symptoms themselves. Our patients will receive treatment only as long as medically necessary and as permitted by their insurance provider.
To discuss your neck or back pain with one of our specialists, or to see if Physical Therapy may be right for you, call to speak with one of our therapists.
A physician's prescription is necessary for treatment.
We have 3 convenient locations and very convenient hours:
Fern Hill Medical Campus
915 Old Fern Hill Rd
Building A: Suite 4
West Chester, PA 19380
Commons at Oaklands
700 West Lincoln Highway
Exton, PA 19341
Medical Building at New Garden
830 West Cypress Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Last Updated: 6/30/2014