We strive to provide quality treatments with a hands-on approach.
Physical Therapy is a safe, effective way to manage your pain. We are staffed with experienced therapists who have advanced training in orthopedic manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation. This allows us to treat conditions affecting the back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle, and foot.
At Camper Physical Therapy, we want to get you back to doing what you love as safely and as quickly as possible. Our Physical Therapists will provide you with:
• Pain management
• Rehabilitation services
• Education about your condition
• Exercises to improve your range of motion, balance, flexibility, and muscle strength.
For more information on physical therapy, please contact us at (731) 257-1555.
Individuals having problems related to dizziness and balance will likely benefit from Balance Therapy. Treatments may involve manual therapy and exercise-based therapy to help improve the vestibular balance system, while other exercises may be needed to improve balance control and reduce the risk of falling.
The aging population is at higher risk for balance control and falling. This often leads to difficulty in the simplest daily movements. At Camper Physical Therapy, our therapists design customized programs to address each patient’s specific needs relating to:
- Muscle weakness
- Fear of falling
Balance disorders are one of the most common diagnoses for hospital admission in individuals over 65 years of age. If any of the Vision, Inner ear or Muscular systems in the body are not working properly, imbalance can occur. Our physical therapists have the tools and training to accurately identify the source of imbalance/vertigo as well as develop a customized rehab program to treat patients with balance issues and resolve their symptoms.
For more information on vestibular services, please contact us at (731) 257-1555.
Manual Therapy is exactly what it sounds like: the application of specific skilled treatment, manually performed by the therapist. This type of therapy helps increase range of motion, induces relaxation, helps control pain, and reduces swelling or mobility restrictions. Our therapists are trained in a variety of manual therapy techniques that assist with the healing process, and they have advanced training or certifications in these specific hands-on treatment techniques.
Certified techniques we use:
- McKenzie Method
- Mulligan Method
- Maitland Method
- Kinesio Taping
- Myofascial Release
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
For more information on manual therapy, please contact us at (731) 257-1555.
Sports Rehabilitation is therapy specific to sports-related injuries. At Camper Physical Therapy, our Physical Therapists have extensive orthopedic backgrounds and are experienced in working with a variety of athletes. They know exactly what to do to give you relief and guide you to a quick recovery. Our therapists help with many other aspects including injury prevention education, developing stretching programs, and assisting with sport and team-specific conditioning and training. Whether you need help recovering from an overhead throwing injury or you want to improve your speed and agility following a knee injury, the sports rehabilitation therapists at Camper Physical Therapy have you covered. For more information on sports rehabilitation, please contact us at (731) 257-1555.
Concussion management For individuals recovering from a concussion, we offer treatment plans that are designed to help with common side effects. The most common side effects from a concussion include headaches, neck pain, dizziness and balance problems. In addition to therapy, rest is necessary, followed by a gradual return to previous activities to achieve a full recovery of normal brain function.
- Gait Analysis
- Used for pain with walking and/or running due to underlying weakness or flexibility issues.
- Overhead Track and Harness System
- Used for those with balance issues, amputations, strokes, etc.
- Posture Analysis
- Used for those whose suffer with neck pain from sitting at a desk all day or looking down.
- Ergonomic Analysis
- Used to improve safety and performance and limit the risk of injury to workers
- Injury Prevention Programs such as the PEP (Prevent injuries and Enhance Performance) Program
- Used to reduce ACL injuries in athletes