Physical therapy services at Vincera
Core muscle injury rehab:
Pre- and post-surgical treatment. Train and rehab the muscles used for core stability. Train the core and the rest of the muscles in the area including the hamstrings, gluteals, abdominal and back muscles, all working more efficiently and together.
Injuries including ligament sprains, cartilage tears or repairs, muscle strains, tendonitis, fractures and arthroscopic surgery. Sports-specific rehabilitation programs are designed to improve flexibility, joint stability, endurance and conditioning to return to sporting activities.
Rehab for hips, knees and ankles:
Post-surgical exercises emphasize stretching and strengthening of the hip or knee after replacement, reconstruction or cartilage removal.
These are therapeutic activities for those with balance disorders, including concussions, and are designed to help improve balance, reduce likelihood of falls and decrease dizziness.
Back and neck:
Physical therapy is designed to relieve pain and improve muscular flexibility and strength. The therapist uses specific treatments and techniques based on the patient's preferences and response to treatment. These techniques include McKenzie, dynamic lumbar stabilization, postural awareness and mobilization.
This is a treatment performed by a licensed therapist to decrease pain, improve mobility of joints and soft tissue. The therapist will use soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, and joint manipulation to achieve your goals.
Musculoskeletal and orthopedic:
Injuries including neck or lower back pain due to bulging discs, shoulder or knee pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, joint replacement and other post-surgical rehabilitation. We work with individuals who have undergone various hip and knee surgeries, sustained trauma to a bone, or have a bone or soft tissue disease.
Vincera's rehabilitation protocols are based on the procedure that will be performed, the level of activity, sport played, and the availability to the patient. Rehabilitation from surgery is generally three weeks to eight weeks, but it can last longer depending upon the severity of the injury and surgery performed. Your specific rehab protocol will be discussed prior to the surgical procedure.
Vincera physical therapy locations
Vincera has two locations for physical therapy:
At Philadelphia Navy Yard
1200 Constitution Ave., Suite 210
Philadelphia, PA 19112
Fax: 267-468 1850
In Medford, N.J.
205 Tuckerton Road, Suite C
Medford, N.J. 08055
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THE VINCERA DIFFERENCE
The diagnosis and treatment of core injuries is The Vincera Institute's mission and reason for being. We have helped tens of thousands of patients get back in the game. If you are suffering from a core injury, we can help.