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What can a Physical Therapy program do for me that I cannot do on my own?

Many individuals may think that they know how to properly exercise, manage their pain and rehabilitate themselves. I have commonly been given explanations from individuals for why they do not need therapy - i.e.: "I have had this before and I know what works for me" or "I know what is causing this, because my neighbor had the same thing so I will just do what she did" and attempt to manage themselves.

A Physical Therapist is a specialist skilled and educated specifically in proper rehabilitation. We are continually educated as to management for different dysfunctions and work closely with the referring healthcare provider in the development of a rehabilitation program specifically designed for each individual.

The other important aspect to remember with Physical Therapy is that each individual is different. We all have different types of bodies, different patterns of movement, different alignments and different habits. A Physical Therapist monitors each individual and attempts to correct improper habits, alignments and movement patterns.