Post-Op Rehab
& Sports Medicine
Near Clarksburg‑Bridgeport, WV

Here for You After Your Surgery

If you have been prescribed therapy following a surgery, call on Affiliated Physical Therapy! We have served the Clarksburg-Bridgeport, WV, area from our office in Nutter Fort since 1984, and our physical therapists have over 36 years of providing quality care to their patients. We care about your healing process, and we offer caring, compassionate post-operative rehabilitation for a variety of surgeries. Our goal with rehab is always to reduce pain and to restore function. The duration and nature of the rehabilitation process will depend on the severity of the injury and the nature of the surgical procedure. Matt, Andrew, and their team work closely with your surgeon regarding treatment process progress, and each care plan is personalized and done in conjunction with your surgeon’s rehab protocol.

To learn more about post-operative rehab, or to schedule an appointment, contact Affiliated Physical Therapy today: (304) 622‑5822.

Pre-Operation Services Available

Sports Medicine Reduces Pain & Gets You Back Up and Running

Pre-Operation Services Available

Do you have a surgery date quickly approaching? Will your surgery require you to have therapy or use certain walking aids? Affiliated Physical Therapy is here for you! Our team of experienced physical therapists will meet with you to discuss the care and treatment you will receive as post-operative rehab. Then, we can give you time to practice using the walking aids you will need, such as a cane, crutches, or walker. We may even give you exercises to do at home before your surgery to enhance your range of motion and your strength.

Our goal is to help you be as prepared as possible for your surgery and the period of healing afterward.

Sports Medicine Reduces Pain & Gets You Back Up and Running

Sports medicine begins with the treatment of the acute injury. The initial goal is pain management, which may include the use of therapeutic modalities like heat or ice, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation. It then follows the athlete through every step of recovery and rehabilitation, from pain relief, to optimizing muscle length, to returning to pre-injury performance. Exercise routines encompass things like strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance to improve performance.

The final progression of the exercise routine is the utilization of sport-specific exercises to help return the athlete to his or her former performance level and reduce the likelihood for re-injury.

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