Professional Sports Physical Therapy in Ocean, NJ
Common conditions that our highly trained physical therapists treat are found below:
From the adolescent athlete to the high school, college and professional level athlete, even the weekend warrior. APTC is a sports oriented facility geared toward getting you back into the game.
Post Operative Cases
There is a time for protective healing and a time for aggressive rehabilitation. We walk the post-op patient through this continuum to help make your surgical rehab a success.
Stroke rehabilitation, Parkinsons disease, vestibular disorders, etc. We have a strong background in helping you achieve your optimum functional levels.
We are a Medicare facility who appreciates the needs not only of the young, but also the young at heart.
The younger patients need to be properly motivated to rehabilitate successfully. We know how to make physical therapy so the kids are healing and not even realizing they are working.
Spine & Extremities
Our physical therapists are all trained in the latest, most effective techniques to assist patients in achieving their goals. From neck pain to herniated discs, low back pain, to sciatica, we know how to help people get back to their daily routines as quickly as possible.
Our physical therapists can treat those suffering from TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction) with 80% of patients experiencing relief in only 1-2 treatments.
The best way to treat injury is to prevent it from happening. We can set up programs for balance, agility, body mechanics and general conditioning to help the healthy person remain that way. Those programs are offered on a cash basis.
We are experts in treating the workers compensation patient to help him or her return to work as quickly as possible. Not only do we treat the injury, but we look at the course of injury, and offer suggestions to the patient and the employer about ways to prevent future incidents.
We see countless patients who have been injured in auto accidents. We know how and when to progress this population appropriately to modulate pain, restore mobility and return to full function.