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Neurological Physical Therapy

Damage to the nervous system from injury or disease can have a profound effect on your mobility, health, and quality of life. Physical therapy targeted to treat the effects of neurological conditions can help improve range of motion, motor control, and balance prior to, during or after the onset of symptoms.

At Legacy Medical Centers, our team of certified professional therapists
use an individualized approach to ensure that your treatment plan attains the goals you set. So, whether you experienced an injury or received a diagnosis that has impacted your neurological functions, we deliver quality outcomes through a specialized experience tailored to your needs. We employ the latest technology, techniques and methods to provide you with superior care. No matter where you are in your journey toward recovery reach out to us to start down the path with the team who will be by your side every step of the way.

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Common Conditions Treated

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis symptoms include progressive numbness and tingling in the limbs along with muscle pain and weakness, but physical therapy can help slow their onset.

Working together, you and your therapist develop a customized approach toward managing pain, improving voluntary control and stimulating the sensory and perceptive experience.

Nerve Damage

Nerve damage is often irreparable, but physical therapy affords the opportunity to employ strategies designed to reverse the loss of function and make improvements to the quality of life.

Restorative therapy to increase functionality and strength and general muscle care through passive range of motion exercises are among some of the techniques we use to treat nerve damage caused by common conditions like Parkinson’s Disease, peripheral neuropathy and diabetic neuropathy.


The physical impairments of a stroke can be offset by physical therapy aimed at rebuilding strength, motion, and stamina. Common side-effects such as impaired speech and memory, walking and balancing or complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) can all be addressed through therapy structured to help you be at your best.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Spiral cord injuries can be caused by trauma or disease yet can result in the loss of function, mobility, or feeling.

The severity of these injuries demand the best care and the Legacy team is fully equipped to develop an individualized therapy plan developed by one of our professionals aimed at your unique situation.

Brain Injuries

Brain injuries can have a devastating effect on life and alter the daily functions of living. Utilizing a cross-section of techniques that focus on stimulating neuroplasticity, the retraining of the brain to regain functionality is our goal.

Commonly treated brain injuries include concussions and our team of highly trained and experienced professionals are prepared to create a program suited to treat your injuries.

Balance and Vestibular Disorders

Issues with balance of the inner ear can render you immobile to avoid the pain and discomfort of common vestibular conditions such as vertigo.

Vestibular Rehabilitative Therapy techniques like gaze stability and balance training exercises can help you recover by promoting the compensation of your other senses to restore lost functions. We custom design a mix of modalities for you, and you are certainly in good hands with our team.

Request Physical Therapy Appointment

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