Our office is open and accepting appointments to provide essential care to patients. Our clinic is in complete compliance with current CDC protocols.
We are screening all patients for possible exposure to COVID-19.
Special attention and precautions are given to those over age 65 and those with other conditions that may put them at higher risk.
Our staff and patients are wearing masks, gloves when appropriate and washing hands frequently.
Commonly accessed areas are cleaned and sanitized frequently.
Free phone consultations are available to all patients and those individuals who may call in with questions.
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We appreciate that pain can make you anxious, uncomfortable, and you might be uncertain about how we can help.
Newbury Park Physical Therapy is a family of skilled physical therapists who changed my life and taught me to love exercising!
NPPT is a great place to rehab. Very clean (and safe during covid). Capable and friendly office managers will make you feel welcomed and handle all your billing/scheduling (expertly)
I'm light years from where I was when I walked in the door. The pain I lived with for years is so improved.
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Reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation are common goals in this phase of recovery. Injury protection, elevation, appropriate medications, compression, and patient education are important.
Pain-free passive, manual therapy, active range of motion, and cardiorespiratory exercises, are indicated here. Education about pain and a positive attitude may help.
Progressive loading of healing soft tissues, the reintroduction of low-stress neuromuscular reeducation, balance training, and basic functional activities are part of this rehabilitation phase.
Progressing strengthening exercises, improving flexibility, and advanced balance exercises are part of phase 4. Resuming functional movement (e.g. sports movements) occurs in this phase.
Functional movements are progressed, a controlled re-introduction to sports or challenging environments is initiated. Continued strengthening, flexibility, balance, endurance, and goal-specific training occurs during this phase. Education and future injury prevention are discussed.