Since 1977, our compassionate team of doctors, therapist and licensed massage therapists have specialized in treating patients who have sustained injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents. Symptoms of a motor vehicle accidents are often numerous and can include: neck and back pain, headaches, knee pain as well as shoulder, wrist and ankle pain.
In addition to Hands-on therapy, we employ treatments such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation and mechanical traction to restore muscle and joint function and to reduce physical pain resulting from a work or auto injury. The use of ice and heat in conjunction with stretching and strengthening programs are also beneficial to the treatment of our patients.
Our treating providers and staff are experienced with state, federal and occupational worker’s compensation claims. Our doctors are experts in diagnosing, documenting and treating work-related injuries with each provider receiving specialized training every year to remain current in all of the new rules and laws affecting injured workers.
Aquatic Therapy is beneficial to restore movement, strength, and flexibility through the use of heat, buoyancy, and resistance. It aims to rehabilitate clients after injury or those who suffer from chronic pain. It facilitates this by reducing the amount of weight placed on the joints by exercise in the water. It is also extremely beneficial for patients who can not tolerate land-based activities after having surgery to repair parts of the body affected by work or auto injuries.
We will provide you the best options on your road to recovery. You will experience the very best treatment designed for fast recovery. Your first step to recovery is to call us today.
Liberty Healthcare has been specializing in physical medicine since 1977. We are a closely knit team of healthcare professionals who are committed to providing the highest quality of care through a multi-disciplinary approach that utilizes state of the art treatments. We strive to deliver freedom from pain caused by work-related injuries (both State and Federal), sports injuries, chronic conditions or motor vehicle accidents.