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Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Injuries to your muscles, bones, joint, ligaments, or tendons can occur as the result of myriad events, and recovery can be a long process. Orthopedic physical therapy is a growing field intended to speed up the healing process while also providing you with the exercise knowledge and practice to mitigate the impact on long-term health and functionality.

At Legacy Medical Centers, our therapists employ a multimodal and specialized therapy strategy for every patient that is unique to your rehabilitation needs. We have years of expertise treating common orthopedic conditions yet deliver a personalized experience that can get you back to feeling like yourself again.

Through traditional methods like manual therapy and taping, to more advance techniques like electrical stimulation and compression therapy, our aim is to provide you with the best care possible to meet both your short- and long-term health goals.

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Our Techniques and Methodology

Work Related Injuries & Auto Accident Injuries

The repetitive motions performed in many jobs can lead to pain or injury that can take you out of work for some time. Physical therapy can get you back to work faster through specialized care aimed at rehabilitating lost functionalities and education on how to avoid further injuries.

Auto accident injuries can have similar effect on life, and we at Legacy Medical Centers are here to help you speed up recovery time and prevent long-term damage to the body. We treat common symptoms such as whiplash, concussions, and spine injuries, so you can trust you are in good hands with us.

Post Surgery Rehab

Surgeries are often performed to repair orthopedic injuries, but sometimes they are not enough for full recuperation. Committing to an individualized orthopedic therapy plan can help you reduce pain, train you to perform daily activities that may have been impacted and promote a speedier and full recovery.

Whether you have undergone a major surgery to replace a joint, repair a broken bone or soft tissue injury, rehab with a trained therapist can greatly improve your post-surgery experience and quality of life.


Sciatic pain can be severe however effective treatment is available in many modes. Orthopedic physical therapy is a non-operative solution that can address the intense pain, tingling, weakness, and numbness that often accompanies sciatica.

Teaming with a therapist will provide you with proper stretching techniques and other methods that can help to relieve pressure on your sciatic nerve.

Ligament Injuries

The overextension of ligaments can lead to tears that render joints unstable. While not all injuries require surgery, the need to rebuild strength and range of motion is essential to prevent repeat injuries or exacerbating your current one, while also allowing healing. Whether therapy is needed pre- or post-surgery, our team of experts are ready to work with you to provide top quality care for ligament injuries.

Muscle Strain

Tendonitis can happen as the result of a range of everyday activities but can seriously impede range of motion and use. A physical therapy regimen can restore movement, relieve pain, and increase strength all while allowing the tissue to heal by focusing on nearby muscle groups. Common conditions like tendonitis can be effectively treated using physical therapy.


The severity of fractures can vary yet the physical therapy options available to treat these injuries all have the same goal: to get you back to optimum performance with minimal side effects. Our team is ready to provide you with superior service using the full range of modalities

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal tunnel is a common condition that is caused by the compression of the median nerve at the wrist and dramatically affect your hand functions. Physical therapy is an effective treatment option to mitigate the symptoms of carpal tunnel and strengthen the wrist to minimize its reoccurrence.

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ/TMD)

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ/TMD) is a common condition that arises from the overworking of the joint that can lead to jaw and ear pain, headaches, and jaw stiffness or locking. The good news is that this is a treatable condition that multimodal physical therapy can address. We work with you to use jaw exercises that strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and range of motion to provide needed relief.

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