Pre-Op Therapy for Better Movement in Baltimore, MD
Thank you for visiting Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy, where we’ve used the latest in healing equipment and therapy techniques since 2001. At our Baltimore location, we help Maryland residents with sports-related performance improvement, injury recovery after an accident or car collision, and both pre-op and post-op physical therapy to reduce healing time while increasing mobility.
You can contact any of our locations in the state to schedule a personal consultation, where we’ll listen to your concerns and create an individual treatment plan. We serve clients of all ages, genders, and physical conditions because we believe our services can improve anyone’s overall well-being and eliminate chronic pain.
Pre-Operative Physical Therapy vs. Post-Operative Physical Therapy
In addition to services for general chronic pain and other ailments, Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy offers specialized guided treatment for patients seeking both Pre Operative Physical Therapy and Post Operative Physical Therapy. Both share the same goal of speeding up recovery time and returning your full mobility, so you can contact us for care before or after your surgery. Before surgery, improving your overall fitness and range of motion/strength will give you an advantage for post-op therapy. After surgery, doctor-approved exercises can reduce swelling and help you get back to an active lifestyle as soon as possible.
Scheduling a Physical Therapy Session in Baltimore
For our Baltimore clients, you can contact Danielle Goldstein directly to schedule a one-on-one physical therapy session. Please email her at email@example.com with your preferred appointment times.
At your initial evaluation with Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy your physical therapist will inquire about your past medical health history as well as take measurements and perform testing. Based on your current concerns, health goals, and functional impairments, we will create a treatment plan that uses one or more methods of therapy, including low-impact Aquatic Physical Therapy in a swimming pool if necessary and/or various supervised therapy treatments to help restore function.