Get Back in the Game Faster with OMPT
At OMPT Specialists, we are experts in getting athletes back to their game as quickly as possible. That’s because we have specialized training in evaluating and treating all types of sports injuries such as knee and shoulder injuries, foot and ankle pain, strains and sprains, even shin splints sustained during soccer, baseball, golf, running and much more. Just as every athlete is different, so too are the ways they experience an injury. That’s why a thorough evaluation and treatment plan should be tailored to every athlete’s capabilities in order to help them perform their best following an injury.
We use a wide variety of treatment techniques to help you get back in your game. Many rehab programs focus primarily on exercise, but our physical therapists are trained to provide manual physical therapy that can promote a full range of motion and better mobility of the joints and ligaments. Studies have shown this shortens the recovery time and gets patients back to their sport faster than those who have traditional physical therapy.
We offer a broad array of exercise equipment as well, some unique to OMPT Specialists. Suspension exercise using the European Redcord sling system is beneficial for strength training and injury prevention and is used among world-class athletes all over the globe. Redcord suspension also provides immediate relief from acute and chronic muscle pain in just one treatment. Aquatic Physical Therapy, an underwater treadmill system (hydrotherapy), provides gentle resistance and uses the buoyancy of water to decrease pressure on the discs and joints. The AlterG allows athletes to limit downtime by training through injuries and enabling a return to sport in better condition. It also provides objective data to measure progress and enhance motivation. We also offer high-tech training equipment from Cybex®, free weights, exercise balls and more.
Call us today to help you recover from your sports injury, get you back in the game faster, and help prevent further injury.