Our licensed Physical Therapists help patients recover from injuries, surgeries and stroke related disabilities. PT will examine the patient and talk about the symptoms and his/her daily activities. After that a physical therapist will develop a treatment plan to address the hardships of daily living associated with mentioned disabilities.
The goal of physical therapy is to promote a patient’s ability to move, help the patient regain lost functions and/or ease the pain while performing them and, eventually, prevent disability. For example, physical therapy might focus on helping the patient use the stairs, getting in and out of bed or walking. Our health professionals will use all kinds of therapy available to them to make patient’s joints move better and to restore his/her overall flexibility, coordination, balance and endurance.
Very often patients will learn to regain functions by training to use walker or wheelchair. Also physical therapy almost always involves prescribing a physical activity plan like core exercise, stretching, weight lifting or simply walking. All these functions will be performed under physical therapist’s attentive supervision and advisory.
The Comfort Assisting team always works together for the best results possible. PTs assist physicians with evaluating the level of function, help them develop a plan of care and revise it as necessary. Our physical therapists observe confidentiality and safeguard all patient related information. They will also instruct patients and family/significant others in home programs and activities of daily living.
Contact Comfort Assisting today to ask questions and to make an appointment for the professional home health care and treatment you and your loved ones deserve. Call (925) 933-3200 now.