At-home physical therapy and rehabilitation can be exactly what you or your loved one needs. If you have a serious injury or condition that forces you to have limited mobility, you may want to consider at-home care. It can be safer, as you can avoid injury driving to a medical office, and can help you focus on your treatment without distractions that you may get while being in a facility filled with other patients.

Here are three great benefits of at-home care:

Education

When you receive treatment from home, your physical therapist can truly focus on you during the entire session. They can go more in depth with explaining your treatment, showing you the right form and techniques and help you learn how you can do the exercises from your home outside of appointments. Your loved ones can also learn the best way to help you as they watch you receive treatment. And of course, your physical therapists will be able to evaluate your home and point out any potential hazards that could risk further injury.

Independence and routine

By being able to receive at-home care, it helps you get back your independence faster and get back into your routine, despite having to deal with recovery. As you go through treatment, your therapists will help you learn how to recover and apply what you learn to how to get daily tasks done without injuring yourself again.

Numerous conditions can be treated at home

One of the best things about at-home care is that it doesn’t have to be limited to certain conditions. At Arrow Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, we are able to treat the following conditions at home:

  • Vertigo and dizziness
  • Limited functional ability
  • General weakness
  • Decreased flexibility
  • Difficulty walking
  • Balance
  • After-hospital stay

If you would like to learn more information about at-home care for the above conditions, contact Arrow Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation in New Jersey today.


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