Services: Physical and Occupational Therapy

Orthopedic Center of Florida Rehabilitation. Physical Therapy is a state of the art rehabilitation facility located one floor below our physician and administrative offices.

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Physical Therapy Department

Physical Therapists provide acute and chronic patients with an elite team of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants to ensure that each patient has an individual creative program with excellent outcomes. Our therapists are skilled at working with both nonsurgical patients and pre/post surgical patients. Our goal is to provide quality, individualized care and use the latest physical therapy techniques to help each patient achieve their goals.


Occupational Hand Therapy

A hand therapist is an occupational therapist or physical therapist who, through advanced study and experience, specializes in treating individuals with conditions affecting the hands and upper extremity. A hand specialist may also have advanced certification as a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). A qualified hand therapist can evaluate and treat any problem relative to the upper extremities through postoperative rehabilitation, preventative, non-operative, or conservative treatment, or industry consultation. The therapist works closely with physician and patient to provide a continuum of care. This often starts within days of the injury or surgery right through to the patient’s return to a productive lifestyle.

Post-Operative Rehabilitation Includes:

  • Management of open or sutured wounds (prevention of infection and assistance in healing)
  • Control of hypertrophic (raised and/or swollen) or hypersensitive scars
  • Reduction of swelling