Physical Therapy in Albuquerque at Kaseman Hospital
Presbyterian’s physical therapy team can help patients regain or improve their physical function and movement after surgery, an injury or due to the effects of a chronic illness. Physical therapists use different types of treatments depending on your specific needs and can work closely with your healthcare provider and other therapy team members to create a personalized rehabilitation plan. Some of the types of treatments used may include therapeutic exercises, stretches, manual therapy, return to sport, balance training, training in the use of assistive devices, as well as patient education so you can continue to maintain or improve your physical function even after the formal physical therapy period is completed.
This location provides the following types of physical therapy treatments:
Amputation therapy, including phantom limb pain and prosthetic training
Balance and gait therapy
Motor vehicle accident injury therapies
Neurologic therapy for patients with strokes, Parkinson’s disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, traumatic brain injuries and more
Orthopedic therapy, including pre- and postoperative therapies for surgeries including joint replacements
Orthotics fitting and training
Sports-related injury therapies for weakness, muscle or joint injuries, or post-concussion therapy
TMJ (temporomandibular joint) therapy
Various therapies for cancer patients
A department of Presbyterian Hospital.