Evaluation and treatment of injuries to muscles, joints and bones.
What constitutes an orthopedic injury?
There are three types of orthopedic injuries:
- Injuries to the muscle, including muscle tears, strains, tendonitis and others
- Injuries to the bone, such fractures, stress fractures, osteochondral defects and more
- Injuries to the joints of the spine and extremities
What orthopedic rehabilitation services are offered by Atrium Physical Therapy?
At Atrium Physical Therapy, we provide hands-on techniques for the treatment of all musculoskeletal injuries, as well as pre and post-operative rehabilitation. Our therapist can help you manage and treat your disorder and/or injury. Your individualized and comprehensive program will be designed to relieve pain, improve strength and restore motion and mobility.
Work-related Injury Rehabilitation
Assistance for employees with traumatic or overuse injuries that occur on or off the job
Why choose Atrium Physical Therapy?
When you are experiencing pain or a decline in performance unique to a work-related injury, it makes sense to seek a highly trained professional – someone who can help you return to work using techniques that are supported by the latest in science. Atrium Physical Therapy is where you’ll find that professional. Your physical therapist will design a treatment program to improve your function, maximize your abilities and speed your recovery.
How is work-related injury rehabilitation approached at Atrium Physical Therapy?
At Atrium Physical Therapy in Las Cruces, our program is designed to maintain the health, wellness and safety of the workforce through evaluation and reconditioning of injured workers. Our services support work-injury prevention and employee rehabilitation, and help decrease time on disability as well as costs related to lost work time. We can assist physicians, insurance companies, case managers and employees by providing education regarding ergonomic work practices and use of protective body mechanics that help establish and maintain healthy work habits
Neurological rehabilitation involves injuries, disease, and problems related to the brain and central nervous system. In Physical Therapy the goal is to achieve maximal, independent level of function through strengthening, range of motion, coordination and balance training as well as functional activities.