Orthopedic Injury Rehab in Columbia, MD
Our highly trained and experienced Orthopedic Clinical Specialists (OCS) and Physical Therapists (PTs) has extensive expertise in treating patients of all ages and physical ailments. BEAT Physical Therapy is committed to helping you achieve and maintain optimal joint, bone, and muscle movement promptly.
orthopedic injuries we treat
When a joint is forced out of position, the affected area swells, and the bone may be visibly displaced.
A break in the bone may occur as a result of a weakened bone density caused by osteoporosis or because of a sudden impact on your body.
sprains or strains
Sprain injuries occur when the ligaments are stretched or torn. Ligaments are tissues connecting bone to bone.
Top Rated Orthopedic Physical Therapists in Maryland
With a specialty in treating conditions affecting the back, neck, shoulders, elbows, joints, hands, wrists, legs, ankles, and feet, our top rated physical therapists ensure that each patient receives the quality care they deserve. Also, our physical therapists are skilled in treating tendon, ligament, and cartilage injuries, as well as arthritis of hands, hips, knees, and of any other upper or lower extremity.
Our Promise: To Deliver Quality Care and Positive Results
BEAT Physical Therapy clinic provides comprehensive and one-on-one physical therapy and rehabilitation programs for our patients. Our specialty-trained professionals work hand-in-hand with trusted physicians around Howard County, Baltimore County, and Baltimore City to provide customized treatment plans that are designed to alleviate pain, restore range of motion, and increase strength.
Our Certified Integrated Manual Therapist (CIMT) / physical therapists will help you get back in action. With our variety of commercial grade strengthening and rehabilitation equipment, we can treat:
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Most Common Orthopedic Injuries Treated
Orthopedic injuries affecting bones and joints can be caused by various factors including degenerative conditions like arthritis or disc disease, sudden trauma from a fall or automobile collision, repetitive stress injuries, and a shearing injury of the structures inside the knee joint (usually a ligament or meniscus – both structures in the knee that are commonly torn).
Sprained ankles are also very common. Incidentally, once a patient has sprained an ankle, it is much more likely to happen again, so a good physical therapist will try to recommend proper balance exercises to protect the patient from recurrence.
Wrist sprains and fractures are common from falling while trying to catch oneself to break the fall. The shoulder is structurally one of the most unstable joints in the body and is prone to injuries including dislocations, sprains, labral (cartilage) tears, or rotator cuff tears. Depending on your age, sometimes there can be a fracture of the shoulder.
Back sprains are also quite common especially with improper lifting techniques and repetitive movements performed at work.
Here are (5) five of the most common orthopedic conditions:
- Dislocated Joints. When a joint is forced out of position, the affected area swells, and the bone may be visibly displaced. Dislocations are common in the ankles, hips, shoulders, elbows and jaw.
- Bone Fractures. A break in the bone may occur as a result of a weakened bone density caused by osteoporosis or because of a sudden impact on your body. Fractured bones may cause numbness, redness, and/or severe pain to most patients. Frequently, the broken or fractured bone may result in limited movement of the affected limb or entire immobility.
- Knee injuries. When knee muscles and/or knee tendons are injured by sudden twists or severely impacted by conditions such as osteoarthritis, the knee joint will not function properly. Some patients experience challenges with immobility, pain and swelling in the affected area. Depending on the cause and severity of the injury, a physical therapist may recommend knee replacement surgery to your primary care doctor.
- Rotator cuff injuries. The shoulder muscles and tendons are crucial for the strength and stability of your arm. Any shoulder injury or overuse can cause them to break down suddenly or gradually over time. To treat a damaged rotator cuff, a physical therapist may recommend a variety of rehab treatments, including electrical stimulation, manual physical therapy, and specific strengthening exercises, in addition to potentially requesting your primary care doctor to prescribe anti-inflammatory medication, injections of cortisone, or even surgery.
- Sprains or Strains. Sprain injuries occur when the ligaments are stretched or torn. Ligaments are tissues connecting bone to bone. Bruising, pain, and swelling may be apparent after a sprain injury. Patients may even hear a pop when the damage occurs. Strain injuries happen when the muscles or tendons endure similar stretching or tearing. In addition to redness and pain, strain injuries may cause muscle spasms and difficulty moving.
Do you currently experience any of the above injuries? Call 410-884-0000, and schedule an evaluation with any of our Maryland licensed physical therapists.