Welcome to TheraMAX Rehabilitation & Sports Physical Therapy

Laser Treatment NEW at TheraMAX

Phototherapy is a physical treatment modality using Superluminous Diode (SLD) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to emit photons (light) in very specific regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Photons of near infrared and visible red penetrate the skin stimulating a cascade of clinical benefits.

The non-invasive, Low Level Laser Energy creates biological changes at the cellular level. Light energy is absorbed by mitochondria and cell membranes and converted into biological energy. This process induces increased tissue healing, an accelerated inflammatory process and an enhanced immune response.

The coherent focused Low Level Laser energy penetrates deeply to stimulate the target tissue while the Superluminous Diodes delivers a broader beam producing evenly distributed visible red and infrared energy over a much larger area.

This recruitment of larger tissue area enhances the healing process, resulting in improved overall function. Patients will gain tissue mobility, have reduced pain associated with muscle and joint dysfunction, and notice improved healing of both acute and chronic conditions.

Some of the many conditions which have been successfully treated with laser include Athletic Injuries, Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbosacral pain and dysfunction, Headache, Temporo-Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ), Sinusitis, Shoulder, Elbow and Hand pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Hip, Knee and Ankle pain, Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis and skin wounds.

Treatment Philosophy

What to expect when you attend TheraMAX Rehabilitation & Sports Physical Therapy

We at TheraMAX Rehabilitation & Sports Physical Therapy, PLLC are dedicated to providing the highest quality care and the most effective treatments that will serve a patient’s rehabilitation needs. Patients will receive a personalized rehabilitation program to help achieve an improved and independent quality of life. Our goal is to help individuals achieve their desired functional outcomes through a comprehensive and patient centered rehabilitation protocol.

Our objective is to decrease pain, improve muscle strength, flexibility and overall health and fitness. Our advanced individualized treatment programs utilize the latest technology including state-of-the-art exercise equipment and modalities. Additionally, massage therapy in combination with the physical therapy are incorporated when determined to be beneficial in achieving the planned treatment goals.

We work closely with a patient’s physician to ensure that we achieve the goals that are set forth during the initial visit. Monthly progress reports are sent to physicians to keep them updated on recovery status.

Patient education is a priority at TheraMAX. We believe in encouraging patients to be independent and knowledgeable about their overall health. By the time patients have completed their prescribed treatment, they will be well trained in a home exercise program which will help them maintain the gains they have attained.

Direct Access to Physical Therapy

Under New York State Law patients may now receive treatment from a licensed Physical Therapist without a physicians referral for up to 10 visits or 30 days, whichever occurs first. If permitted by your insurance company, you can now be evaluated and treated without having to first obtain a referral.

Even with Direct Access, your physician will remain fully involved in your rehabilitation process. Your physician will be sent a copy of your evaluation and be kept continually updated on your progress. When appropriate, the Physical Therapist will refer you to a physician for more invasive testing such as an MRI or x-rays.

Please call our office for further assistance or to schedule an appointment.

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