PHYSICAL THERAPYSpring Creek Medical Center physical therapy in Logan, UT
Physical Therapy in Providence and Logan
Spring Creek Medical Center’s physical therapist aims to enhance the daily life of residents in Logan, Providence, and surrounding areas by providing expert care and personalized treatment. Through prescribed exercises, hands-on therapy, and patient education, our trained physical therapists are dedicated to improving your well-being. Whether it’s reducing pain, restoring function, enhancing mobility, or building strength, physical therapy plays a vital role in ensuring pain-free movement, which directly impacts your overall quality of life, ability to work, and independence.
Our treatments are beneficial for post-surgery recovery, strengthening weak muscles, aiding athletes in reaching peak performance, and offering a higher quality of life for those seeking to maximize their physical potential. Meet our local therapist and take a step towards a healthier and more fulfilling life.
Physical Therapists Do More Than Stretch Weak Muscles After an Injury or Surgery
Individual tests will be run on each patient by a trained physical therapist. We test joint motion, muscle strength, cardiovascular function, reflexes, and functional skills. After the necessary information is gathered, the physical therapist designs a treatment plan that will fit the patient’s needs and goals.
The exercises in each individualized physical therapy treatment are intended to increase movement, flexibility, strength, and endurance. We help people learn to improve their body even after they stop treatments.
How Does Physical Therapy Work?
Physical therapy is a complex system with several treatment options. That is why every patient gets a plan created specific to their needs. Depending on your condition, your treatment will involve therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, ice and heat application, electrical stimulation, massage therapy, and patient education.
In general, physical therapy tends to only be a few hours a week. So, in order to create long-term improvement, our physical therapist educates the patient. By teaching a client about the cause of their injury and future challenges that may arise, we can help patients maintain healthy habits for a stronger body.