SALT LAKE CITY PHYSICAL REHABILITATION
PERSONALIZED TREATMENT PROGRAMS DESIGNED FOR ACCIDENT VICTIMS
No two people come out of a car accident in the same condition. Even if you have the same injury as another person, your personal health and fitness will influence the course of your recovery. This is why personalized physical rehabilitation programs are recommended for many victims of accidents.
When you receive treatment from P.I. HELP personal injury clinic in Salt Lake City, we can connect you with your own physical therapist who will develop a treatment plan customized for your specific condition. Our team has tremendous experience in assisting victims of accident-related injuries.
WHAT IS PHYSICAL REHABILITATION?
Physical rehabilitation is a long-term treatment program designed to reduce pain and increase mobility after sustaining an injury or a debilitating medical condition. No surgery or medication is required in physical rehabilitation. This is a safe, noninvasive treatment where you recover through specially designed exercises that keep your blood flowing and reduce inflammation.
Through physical rehabilitation, you can experience the following benefits:
- Reduce pain
- Successfully prevent chronic pains from developing
- Avoid surgery or reliance on pain medications
- Restore function and mobility
- Increase strength
- Learn safe exercises you can perform at home to improve your overall fitness
Rest is important after being injured, but it is also important to remain physically active so that your body can stay in good shape and recover faster. Finding ways to exercise without causing pain can be difficult after an accident, but this is where a skilled physical therapist can help.
MAKE YOUR RECOVERY A PRIORITY
It can be frustrating taking time out of your life to start on a long-term recovery program, especially when your injury was someone else’s fault. However, addressing these problems early will greatly improve your chances for a more complete recovery. Furthermore, if you pursue a personal injury claim against those responsible, having documented physical rehabilitation records can support your claim in court.