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Physical therapy is a treatment provided to individuals suffering from a variety of conditions including neck pain and low back pain to post-surgical rehabilitation and work-related injuries.

Physical Therapy Common Conditions

Our experienced physical therapists at both our Scottsdale and Mesa physical therapy facilities are here to help you restore function and relieve pain from a variety of ailments. Below we have listed a number of conditions commonly treated with physical therapy.

Head

Conditions include but are not limited to: vestibular problems, balance issues and post-concussion problems.

Neck

Conditions include but are not limited to: neck pain, whiplash, stiff neck, neck muscle injuries, cervical disc degeneration, disc herniation, fusions and arthritis.

Back

Conditions include but are not limited to: back pain, sciatica pain, back muscle injuries, low back strain or sprain, lumbar strain, fusion, spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, disc herniation, disc degeneration and arthritis.

Shoulder

Conditions include but are not limited to: shoulder pain, shoulder strain, rotator cuff injuries, bicep tendon injuries, overuse conditions, shoulder inflammation, shoulder arthritis, shoulder bursitis, impingement syndrome, total joint replacement, fractures of any bone(s) of the shoulder, clavicle injuries, separated shoulder, shoulder dislocations, labral tears or injury and frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis.

Arm and Elbow

Conditions include but are not limited to: arm pain, elbow pain, fractures of the upper arm or humerus, the lower arm or radius or ulna, elbow tendinitis, little league elbow, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, ulnar collateral ligament injuries, overuse injuries and muscle strains.

Hand

Conditions include but are not limited to: hand pain, wrist pain, finger fractures, wrist fractures, carpal tunnel, tendon injuries, amputations, dislocations, arthritis, tendon injuries, bone and skin grafting, instability and nerve injuries. See Hand Therapy.

Leg

Conditions include but are not limited to: leg pain, thigh pain, muscle strains and fractures of the femur, tibia and fibula or fractures to the upper leg and lower leg.

Hip

Conditions include but are not limited to: hip pain, total hip replacements, nerve pain, bursitis of the hip, tendinitis of the hip, IT band syndrome and hip fractures.

Knee

Conditions include but are not limited to: knee pain, patellar pain, ACL injuries, total knee replacements, knee sprains, knee strains, patellar tracking problems, bursitis, tendinitis, jumpers knee, fractures of the knee cap or patella, cartilage injuries, meniscus injuries and IT band syndrome, Osgood-Sclatter disease, PCL and MCL injuries, chondromalacia, patellofemoral pain and arthritis.

Ankle

Conditions include but are not limited to: ankle pain, ankle sprain, fractures, instability, stress fractures and achilles tendon injuries, tendonitis and tendinosis.

Foot

Conditions include but are not limited to: foot pain, foot fractures, heel pain, stress fractures, toe injuries, arthritis, foot drop and tarsal tunnel syndrome. Are you suffering from any of these ailments? Contact Us today to set up your physical therapy appointment! Read more about how to prevent injuries and stay healthy throughout the year on the Contact Physical Therapy Blog.