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Injury rehabilitation is a specialized program offered at BURD Physical Therapy that focuses on helping patients recover from orthopedic injuries, such as sprains, strains, fractures, and surgeries. Our experienced physical therapists work closely with patients to create personalized treatment plans that address their specific injury and needs.

The rehabilitation program includes a variety of techniques to promote healing, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve range of motion, strength, and flexibility. We use a combination of exercise therapy, manual therapy, and modalities such as heat and cold therapy to help patients achieve their best outcomes.

Our goal is to help patients regain function and mobility and return to their normal activities as quickly and safely as possible. We work closely with each patient to monitor progress and make adjustments to the treatment plan as needed.

At BURD Physical Therapy, we are committed to providing high-quality, compassionate care to all of our patients. Whether you are recovering from an injury, surgery, or managing a chronic condition, our team of experts is here to help you achieve your goals and optimize your overall health and wellness.




Pain relief

General injury rehab therapy can help to reduce pain and discomfort associated with various types of injuries, through a combination of exercise, manual therapy, and other interventions.

Improved range of motion

Through targeted exercises and stretching, individuals undergoing general injury rehab therapy can improve their range of motion and flexibility, making it easier to perform daily activities.

Enhanced physical function

By improving strength, endurance, and other aspects of physical function, individuals may see an overall improvement in their ability to perform daily tasks and activities.

Reduced risk of re-injury

General injury rehab therapy can also help to reduce the risk of re-injury by promoting proper healing, improving strength and flexibility, and providing education on proper body mechanics and injury prevention techniques.

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