An oasis is a place to rest and rejuvenate. So it is no small wonder that the physical therapists Oasis Physical Therapy provide services to help manage pain, including the debilitating pain of arthritis, restore strength and function to injured areas, and offer educational opportunities to help you continue your recovery at home. We have three convenient locations and each office provides the same exceptional, skilled one-to-one care. We are committed to help you achieve a successful rehabilitation. Our expert staff at 99354 physical therapy works hard to offer the latest advances in medical technology and science. Our team of experienced therapy professionals can solve even the most complex condition, identifying the underlying cause using the most advanced, scientifically validated, treatment options available. Working together as a team, we provide state of the art care based upon your needs, health care goals, and lifestyle.
Two of the most prevalent types of arthritis we treat at 99354 physical therapy are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The common arthritis symptoms of pain and stiffness are usually caused by degenerative joint arthritis (osteoarthritis) while rheumatoid arthritis is a progressive disease with symptoms of tender, stiff, and swollen joints. RA often starts in smaller joints, like fingers, and gradually progresses to larger joint structures. Patients suffering from arthritis can benefit from many aspects of physical therapy. Our expert chiropractors will treat your arthritis pain in Dayton and assist you with improved joint function, increased muscle strength, and improved fitness level. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common chronic condition of the joints, affecting approximately 27 million Americans. It is a condition we have vast experience treating. OA can affect any joint, but it occurs most often in knees, hips, lower back and neck, small joints of the fingers and the bases of the thumb and big toe. In healthy joints, a firm, rubbery material called cartilage covers the end of each bone. This cartilage allows the joint to smoothly glide during movement and acts as a cushion between the bones. In OA, the cartilage breaks down, causing pain, swelling and problems moving the joint. As OA worsens over time, bones may break down and develop growths called bone spurs.
The physical therapists in 99354 offer many treatment options to address the joint stiffness and pain often associated with arthritis. Manual physical therapy and stretching exercises promote improved joint range of motion and help reduce inflammation. When physical therapy is no longer needed to address your acute condition, our community classes are a fun way to continue the healing while enjoying social interaction. And our unique aquatic therapy provides joint-related treatment in a warm, safe, buoyant, and pleasant environment. So if you want to work with professionals who care about your health and well-being, give us a call today.