When local residents search for physical therapy clinics in North Carolina, EmergeOrtho has the experienced, skilled, and professional providers they are looking for. EmergeOrtho Therapy Services staff specializes in many disciplines of orthopedic rehabilitation. These include sports medicine, spine, worker’s compensation, post-surgical, and much more. Our services include the newest therapy practices provided by experienced clinicians to offer exceptional care. EmergeOrtho’s comprehensive therapy services department includes a team of licensed physical therapists, certified hand therapists, occupational therapists, certified athletic trainers, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapist assistants, and physical therapy aides who are dedicated to helping patients recover after an orthopedic injury or surgery. We work closely with our physicians to develop individualized treatment plans to help patients restore maximum levels of movement, function, and independence.
Patient-Centered Care at EmergeOrtho Physical Therapy Clinics in North Carolina
Comprehensive physical therapy programs have been known to help reduce recovery time, increase mobility, and improve the quality of life. The goal of our EmergeOrtho physical and occupational therapists is to design a personalized treatment plan to help you Emerge Stronger. Healthier. Better.
Your First Physical and Occupational Therapy Visit
During your first visit, our therapists will perform a thorough evaluation to assess and identify your current situation. Based on the results of the examination and your goals, an EmergeOrtho physical or occupational therapist will create an individualized plan of care to address your injury, pain, or musculoskeletal condition.
We utilize a multidisciplinary approach toward caring for patients, enlisting the expertise of our physicians and other members of our health care team to address many conditions, including:
- Sports-related injuries
- Cumulative trauma disorders
- Work-related injuries
- Acute and chronic neck, back, and joint problems
- Soft tissue injuries
- Chronic pain
- Sprains and Strains
- Post-surgery rehabilitation
- Balance, falls, and dizziness