Treatments & Programs Archives - Ivy Rehab

Treatments & Programs

  • ACL Rehab & Return to Sport

    ACL Rehab and Return to Sport Program A staggering 250,000 ACL injuries happen every year in the United States. Athletes often suffer from knee...
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  • AlterG Anti Gravity Treadmill

    The AlterG® Anti Gravity Treadmill® is the latest in technology for physical therapy, utilizing the NASA Differential Air Pressure technology. The Anti Gravity Treadmill® is designed to help...
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  • Aquatic Therapy

    Aquatic therapy can be very effective when you have a condition that makes it painful to put weight on your lower extremities, such as...
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  • Arthritis

    Arthritis symptoms can affect an individual on a daily basis. Physical therapy is a conservative, non-invasive and effective way to treat arthritis, which typically affects...
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  • Athletic Training

    The Athletic Training program at the Ivy Rehab Network can be customized for all ages and athletic levels including youth, high school, college, weekend...
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  • Balance & Falls Prevention

    Each year more than one-third of adults in the United States age 65 and older fall, and 20% to 30% of people who fall...
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  • BioSway

    How does BioSway work? The BioSway system challenges patients to shift and control their center of gravity through interactive balance games and rehabilitative training...
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  • Bladder Health & Incontinence

    The pelvic floor is a series of muscles that support your bladder, uterus, bowels, as well as your bony structures such as your spine. Issues...
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  • Blood Flow Restriction

    Blood Flow Restriction therapy has been around since 1966, but has recently gained a lot of popularity in the physical therapy community. There has...
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  • Chronic Pain

    If you are in pain and don’t know why, if doctors have examined you and no one can pinpoint why you’re in pain, or...
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  • Concussion Management

    How concussion management works If you or someone you know has suffered a concussion, the lingering effects can be frustratingly stubborn. Lack of balance...
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  • Dry Needling

    What is dry needling? Dry needling is often confused with acupuncture; however, they are very different techniques. Dry needling focuses on reducing pain and...
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  • Hand Therapy

    Hand therapists (also referred to as occupational therapists) specialize in conditions affecting hands and upper extremities. Becoming a hand therapist includes advanced training to...
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  • Headache Treatment

    Most headaches are harmless and resolve on their own, although severe headaches that recur frequently can affect your ability to do daily activities and...
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  • Healthy Lungs

    Recovering from COVID-19? We can help. About the Healthy Lungs Program: The Healthy Lungs program focuses on improving lung & respiratory capacity. This program...
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  • Low Vision

    What is Low Vision Rehabilitation? The goal of Low Vision Rehabilitation is to help those with low or impaired vision live productive and satisfying lives as...
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  • Lymphedema Treatment

    Lymphedema is a chronic condition in which an abnormal accumulation of protein-rich swelling occurs, usually in an arm or leg. It occurs as a...
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  • McKenzie Method

    How the McKenzie Method works The McKenzie Method is a way of assessing musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee...
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  • Neurological Disorders

    Diseases and injuries to the nervous system can have dramatic effects across the body affecting one’s ability to function. Simple tasks can become extremely...
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  • Occupational Therapy

    Everyday movements can be excruciating when you’re suffering from hand pain, wrist pain, or elbow pain. Even simple actions like lifting a fork, moving...
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  • Orthopedic Therapy

    How orthopedic therapy works The orthopedic specialists at the Ivy Rehab Network are ready to help you get back into the action. Whether you’re...
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  • Osteoporosis & Osteopenia

    What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a common bone disorder in individuals over 40 years of age often characterized by weakened bone strength which can...
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  • Parkinson’s Disease

    What is Parkinson’s Disease? When it comes to staving off Parkinson’s Disease’s progression, movement is the best medicine. A long-term degenerative disease that affects...
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  • Pelvic Health

    How Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy Works Select locations within the Ivy Rehab Network can provide non-surgical approaches to rehabilitation of dysfunctions in the pelvis, including...
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  • Performing Arts Physical Therapy

    Performing Arts Physical Therapy Select Ivy Rehab Network clinics offer Performing Arts Physical Therapy, focusing on instrumentalists and dancers. Musculoskeletal injuries for musicians and...
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  • Physical Therapy

    The benefits of physical therapy Physical therapy is a broad term that encompasses a wide range of treatment methods for injuries, conditions, and illnesses....
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  • Post-Mastectomy Care

    Treatment to fight cancer is one thing…recovery is quite another. Our goal is to restore function and teach self-management strategies early in recovery. We...
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  • Post-Surgical Treatment

    Treatment after surgery Physical therapy after surgery is extremely important for ensuring a full recovery. In addition to many other benefits, post-surgical rehabilitation can...
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  • Prehab

    Therapy Before Surgery Returning to life after surgery can sometimes be a painful, lengthy process. By planning ahead, a physical therapist can help make...
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  • Pulmonary Disease

    Did you know: More than 16 million Americans have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Millions more have it and don’t know it. What is pulmonary...
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  • Rehab At Home

    The Ivy Rehab Network is now offering home-based care! Ivy Rehab at Home is an innovative, home-based care program that allows our therapists to...
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  • Running Analysis

    Benefits of our running analysis program The running analysis program offered at the Ivy Rehab Network is designed to cater to anyone who wants...
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  • Sciatica

    What is sciatica? In more severe cases of low back pain, sciatica (or radiculopathy) may occur. Sciatica is experienced when a spinal nerve root...
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  • Scoliosis

    What is scoliosis? Scoliosis is a condition that affects the normal shape of the spine changing a person’s overall trunk alignment and posture. Scoliosis...
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  • Soft Tissue Mobilization

    How soft tissue mobilization works Soft tissue injuries have been known to occur when muscles are very tense and contracted. They can also happen...
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  • Speech Therapy

    Speech Therapy Speech Therapists provide extensive, innovative therapy to both children and adults with a variety of neurological dysfunctions. Therapists work as a multi-disciplinary...
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  • Telehealth

    Why Choose Telehealth? Now you can do physical, occupational and speech therapy from the safety and comfort of your home. Connect with a therapist through...
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  • TMJ

    How TMJ treatment works Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders (often referred to as TMJ), encompass a range of conditions of the jaw muscles and...
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  • Total Joint Replacement

    How our total joint replacement program works Your recovery from joint replacement surgery should start before the operation even takes place. Having a joint...
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  • Vertigo

    How vertigo treatment works The Ivy Rehab Network offers vertigo treatment for patients suffering from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) as well as balance...
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  • Vestibular Rehab

    How vestibular rehab works At the Ivy Rehab Network, our physical therapists are specially trained in treating disorders of the vestibular system. Our vestibular...
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