Physical Therapy is the evaluation and treatment of physical disabilities designed to improve strength, range of motion and functional ability. From the initial evaluation through recovery, each patient has a highly skilled therapist who has a common goal: to provide relief of symptoms and restoration of function. The evaluation may include a series of tests to determine range of motion, muscle strength, postural alignment, abnormalities in walking pattern, body mechanics or quality of movement. After the evaluation is complete, your therapist will recommend a plan of care and specialized treatment program for each individual patient. Physical Therapy services are available under the direction of Elliott Weiner, Mark Smearman and Ken Miller. Together they have over 80 years’ experience. We don’t just treat your pain — we show you how to keep it from coming back.
Here are some of the conditions we treat:
Neck and Back pain
Hand and wrist injuries
Leg, hip, foot and ankle pain
Motor vehicle injuries
Shoulder and knee pain
Physical Therapy Services
Manual Therapy This includes joint and soft tissue mobilization, massage therapy, myofascial release, strain/counterstrain and muscle energy techniques.
Mechanical Traction This is used to relieve pain and increase tissue flexibility and range of motion in patients with sciatica, herniated discs or chronic neck or back pain
Neuromuscular Re-education To improve balance, coordination, posture and motor skills
Ultrasound To create a deep heating effect that can reduce pain and joint stiffness
Work Conditioning We can rehabilitate and condition workers to help reduce the pain of work injuries and increase strength for specific job tasks. We are Worker’s Compensation certified to treat work-related injuries.
Home Exercise Programs We will create a customized program to help you recover from injury, improve strength, balance and coordination and enhance your performance.
Electrical Stimulation (TENS)
On-Site Gym/Exercise equipment Our facilities include exercise balls, free weights, Universal Gym, stationary bikes, treadmills, isokinetic machines and upper body ergometers and more.
Balance Training We can help people with balance disorders caused by injury or illness.
Located in the Yost Building
341 North Calvert Street, Suite 300
Baltimore, Maryland 21202