Jim broke his leg while trying to mow a grassy hill in front of his home. While he was not in a hurry to get back on the lawn mower, he was anxious to get back on the golf cart. It was the Physical Therapists at Crandall Medical Center that helped to get him back on the golf course with his friends.
Physical Therapy is a health care profession which aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical injuries, impairments of disabilities. Physical Therapy not only helps you move better to do everyday activities, it also helps to relieve pain and restore your fitness level.
The Crandall Medical Center Physical Therapy (PT) Department specializes in Orthopedic Rehabilitation. The program offers all clinical, technical and professional resources needed for individualized treatment of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular injuries, joint replacements, neck and lower back disorders and other orthopedic complications. Your Physical Therapist will examine you, make a treatment plan, then help you with flexibility, strength, endurance, coordination and/or balance.
The Crandall PTs approach to orthopedic rehabilitation is simple: return each patient to his or her maximum level of functional independence through a team approach. That team includes you, your physician or surgeon, your family and the entire Crandall medical staff.
Crandall Medical Center will provide you with beautiful surroundings while working on your transition between hospital stay and home or another le