ELBOW

Physical Therapy in Rochester, NY for Elbow Injuries​

At first, the elbow seems like a simple hinge. But when the complexity of the interaction of the elbow with the forearm and wrist is understood, it is easy to see why the elbow can cause problems when it does not function correctly. Part of what makes us human is the way we are able to use our hands. Effective use of our hands requires stable, painless elbow joints.

HAND

Physical Therapy in Rochester, NY for Hand Injuries​

Few structures of the human anatomy are as unique as the hand. The hand needs to be mobile in order to position the fingers and thumb. Adequate strength forms the basis for normal hand function. The hand also must be coordinated to perform fine motor tasks with precision. The structures that form and move the hand require proper alignment and control in order for normal hand function to occur.

ANKLE

Physical Therapy in Rochester, NY for Ankle Injuries​

The ankle joint acts like a hinge. But it's much more than a simple hinge joint. The ankle is actually made up of several important structures. The unique design of the ankle makes it a very stable joint. This joint has to be stable in order to withstand 1.5 times your body weight when you walk and up to eight times your body weight when you run.

Normal ankle function is needed to walk with a smooth and nearly effortless gait. The muscles, tendons, and ligaments that support the ankle joint work together to propel the body. Conditions that disturb the normal way the ankle works can make it difficult to do your activities without pain or problems.

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Burd Physical Therapy

2000 Winton Road South

Building 4, Suite LL2

Rochester, NY 14618

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Burd Physical Therapy

2000 Winton Road South

Building 4, Suite LL2

Rochester, NY 14618

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chelsea@burdphysicaltherapy.com

P: 585-300-4333

F: 585-486-5488

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Monday: 7:30am - 5:00pm 

Tuesday: 7:30am - 6:30pm

Wednesday: 7:30am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 7:30am - 6:30pm

Friday: 7:30am - 4:00pm

​​Sat - Sun: Closed

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