Paspa Physical Therapy

Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy in NYC

Physical Therapists Located in New York, NY

Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy are very effective and beneficial forms of treatment that can help manage your physical limitations and pain in your body.

Our team of specialists in New York (NY) is committed to educating you and guiding you in choosing the best physical therapy program to achieve your required fitness and health goals.

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Paspa Physical Therapy NYC

Paspa Physical Therapy is a team of expert physical therapists located in Manhattan, New York. Our highly-experienced therapists have extensive knowledge of treating numerous musculoskeletal conditions, both surgical and non-surgical.

Our patient population ranges from the young teen to the active octogenarian. We tailor each patient’s treatment program to their activity level. For some, it might mean being able to take a daily power walk, and for others, it might mean running the NYC Marathon.

At Paspa Physical Therapy, we provide patients with a personalized rehabilitation program, including orthopedic and sports physical therapy treatments. So give us a call to schedule your appointment today!

What Is Orthopedic Physical Therapy?

Orthopedic physical therapy is a treatment that aims to rehabilitate and care for your musculoskeletal system, which includes your muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and bones

This treatment can help with immobility, swelling, weakness, stiffness, pain in your body, and injury prevention.

What Makes Orthopedic Physical Therapy Different?

Orthopedic physical therapy is different because it focuses on your body’s functionality and takes a proactive approach to treatment. 

From your very first session, you can anticipate some form of physical movements such as strength training and other exercises to help facilitate your body’s healing process. 

Orthopedic physical therapy aims to help you improve and increase your body’s balance, strength, functional mobility, range of motion, endurance, and flexibility.

Who Can Benefit from Orthopedic Physical Therapy?

You can benefit from orthopedic physical therapy if you have a nagging pain or other problems with your joints, muscles, and other parts of your musculoskeletal system. This pain could result from sports injuries, surgery, or other health conditions.

Some of the musculoskeletal conditions that benefit from orthopedic physical therapy are listed below.

How Can Our Orthopedic Physical Therapists Help You?

Our expert orthopedic physical therapists can help you by performing a detailed evaluation and implementing a customized treatment program to cater to your health needs.

The treatment program we provide includes the following listed below.

    • Education
    • Manual techniques
    • Stretching exercises
    • Strengthening exercises

Sports Physical Therapy in NYC

Sports physical therapy can assist you with rehabilitation and recovery from athletic injuries. The training provided during treatment can improve your performance when you return to playing sports. 

In addition, our expertise in body movement makes us well equipped to treat different sports-related conditions.

What Conditions Can Be Treated?

The conditions that can be treated by sports physical therapy are varied. Oftentimes, these conditions result from an injury that takes place when an athlete is in motion. 

Some of the injuries that are common to athletes are listed below.

  • A sprain that develops from not doing enough warmups before exercising.
  • A joint injury that can often occur when doing dynamic sports.
  • A sudden increase in the volume or load of training.
  • An old injury that was not properly managed or was neglected.
  • A posture problem that can occur over time due to repetitive imbalanced movements in a sport.

What Are the Benefits of Sports PT?

There are a couple of benefits of sports PT. 

First, if you are an athlete or just a physically active person in your daily life, regular checkups and therapy sessions with a licensed physical therapist can help you with injury prevention and improve the quality of your performance. 

Working with a physical therapist can also assist with rehabilitation to allow you a better recovery process to resume your sports activity.

What Services Do We Provide?

We provide quality services for patients living in New York (NY). Some of the services include the following.

Upon discharge from Paspa PT, you will be given a home exercise program tailored to you and your activity level. These exercises reinforce the progress you have made in the clinic and help to prevent reinjury.

Suppose you prefer to exercise in a familiar environment. In that case, we offer an Aftercare Program that allows you to use our facility for a monthly fee and continue contacting your therapist.

Our Facility

Our facility at Paspa Physical therapy center features high-quality equipment and amenities as well as a friendly staff that will make your visit a pleasant experience.

Some of the features that we have at our facility are listed below.

  • A state-of-the-art gym
  • Private treatment rooms
  • An AlterG anti-gravity treadmill
  • An open area for stretching and mat exercises
  • Locker rooms with showers

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the Difference between a Sports Medicine Doctor and a PT?

The difference between a sports medicine doctor and a PT is that a sports medicine doctor can perform treatments such as surgery on patients. 

On the other hand, a PT mainly focuses on strengthening and stretching exercises and the use of tools that can aid in orthopedic rehabilitation.

Is an Orthopedist the Same as PT?

No, an orthopedist is a medical doctor who went to medical school and can perform invasive treatments such as injections and surgery. Physical therapists on the other hand attend physical therapy school and receive a doctorate degree.

Here at Paspa PT, we perform non-invasive treatments such as manual work and exercise programs for anyone in need of rehabilitation or improvement with their mobility.

What Is the Difference between Sports Therapy and Physical Therapy?

The difference between sports therapy and physical therapy is small. Sports therapists can work with athletes and non-athletes alike but may have additional training in sports-related rehabilitation techniques such as blood flow restriction therapy (BFR) and Kinesio tape.

Book an Appointment

Our therapists are 100% committed to their patients reaching their full potential and recovery. So whether you are in the upper east, upper west, or another region of Manhattan, New York, reach out to us for a consultation at Paspa Physical Therapy.

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