Physical Therapy services are performed to help patients regain lost motion, strength, mobility, and function for patients with conditions ranging from an ankle sprain to the complex traumatic. Our therapists use a patient-centered approach so our patients can feel fully engaged in the rehabilitation process.
Occupational Therapy helps to restore motion, strength, and dexterity in the upper extremity, but it focuses mainly on restoring a patient's ability to complete the tasks of their daily life that define who they are. Our therapists motivate patients through patient education and actively involving them in the treatment process so they feel fully engaged in their rehabilitation process.
Orthopaedic conditions require a broad knowledge of assessment methods as well as a good understanding of current surgical techniques and postoperative protocols to provide you with the best possible outcome. Our team of therapists are highly skilled to handle any orthopaedic condition.
Our therapists have experience in the treatment of joint replacements for the shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle. Our certified hand therapist has extensive training and experience in treating conventional and reverse shoulder replacements, elbow replacement, wrist replacement, and small joint replacement of the hand.
The hand is an instrument vital to every person's life. The hand is a complex structure, which requires expertise in anatomy as well as pathology of the hand. At Midstate Therapy Services, our occupational therapist is the only Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) practicing in hands in all of Central Louisiana.
When an injury occurs, athletes required specialized treatment to return them to their level of play prior to their injury. Our staff utilizes the most current rehabilitative strategies for treatment of athletes. Our goal is not only to return you to your sport but to help you to become a better athlete.
Work injuries require a clear understanding of orthoapedics but also the physical requirements of each worker's job. Our clinic not only provides a comprehensive approach to the injured worker, but we care about getting them back to their life.
Spine injuries can be complex. Effective treatment of any spine condition requires a therapist to take time to provide a thorough assessment of the individual in order to fully understand their condition and how it is impacting their life. Treatment planning must involve both the therapist and patient in order to address all areas of life impacted by their condition and complaints.
Our therapist will provide a comprehensive evaluation of each patient referred to our clinic with a spinal condition and will collaborate with the patient to formulate a plan of treatment to address all their needs. Treatment may include therapeutic exercises, dry needling, manual therapy techniques (joint and soft tissue mobilization), modalities (electrical stimulation, ultrasound, etc) as well as the use of mechanical traction.
Spine rehab is more than treating a sore back or neck. Spine rehab is about treating the cause of the problem and helping the patient be able to successfully return to all activities and learn how to enjoy them safely.