Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Mashpee Facility
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Physical Therapy Mashpee Facility

Physical Therapists (PTs) are experts in the art and science of the evaluation and treatment of human movement dysfunctions. We care for people of all ages and treat a variety of muscle, joint, and neurological conditions.

Aquatic Physical Therapy is one of the special programs offered at Cape Cod Rehab. Our Physical Therapists are certified in the Burdenko Method and customize a program that incorporates water and land exercise to help you recover faster.

Advantages of Physical Therapy

  • No Side Effects
  • Cost-effective
  • Supported by Clinical Research
  • Customized to Treat the Underlying Cause

Our Physical Therapists are highly skilled in the use of manual skills to aid in pain relief, restoring range of motion to joints, improving flexibility, and restoring pliability to scar tissue. Some of the techniques utilized:

  • Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Manual Traction
  • Myofascial Release
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Passive Stretching

Sports Injury Treatment and Prevention

Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialists at our facilities are experts in the prevention and care of sports injuries. Working in conjunction with MD's, coaches, trainers and the athletes themselves our staff is skilled at early intervention in the treatment and prevention of sports injuries. Through our pre-season testing program, sports conditioning and skilled Physical Therapy, we are able to provide comprehensive care of sports injuries. Utilizing technology combined with our experience and ability to establish an aggressive treatment approach to return the Athlete to their sport as quickly as safely possible is the cornerstone of our program. Common sports injuries we treat:

  • ACL Pre- and Post-op
  • Acute Sprains and Strains of Ligaments and Tendons
  • Contusions
  • Tennis and Golfer's Elbow
  • Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Impingements
  • Patella Tracking Problems, Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome
  • Back and Neck Injuries