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"Premier Physical Therapy of Long Island is dedicated to delivering the highest level of outpatient rehabilitation services available today. Patients of our practice are provided the latest hands on, skilled physical therapy programs that will allow them the optimal recovery. Through our on-going commitment to continuing education and our constant communication with our referring physician's, we are able to ensure that all of our patients receive the most current and effective treatment techniques available."
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"Premier Physical Therapy of Long Island is dedicated to delivering the highest level of outpatient rehabilitation services available today. Patients of our practice are provided the latest hands on, skilled physical therapy programs that will allow them the optimal recovery. Through our on-going commitment to continuing education and our constant communication with our referring physician's, we are able to ensure that all of our patients receive the most current and effective treatment techniques available."

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Pain Management Physical Therapists
The goals of physical therapy pain management are to reduce pain and improve function. Physical therapy pain management focuses on education (posture, pacing, disease, remaining active), exercise (aerobic, strengthening, stretching, motor control), manual therapy (massage, joint mobilization and manipulation), electrical stimulation, heat modalities (hot packs, ultrasound), cold modalities (ice pack, ice bath), and motor imagery, sensory re-education, and virtual reality. If you're looking for physical therapy pain management in 11772 or for a 11772 pain management physical therapists, or pain management physical therapy 11772, these pain management physical therapists in 11772 are trained physical therapists.

How to tell if Physical Therapy is right for me?
11772 Physical Therapists have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.

Following an injury, a body part is often too damaged to get better on its own, but not so damaged as to require surgery. In such cases, the doctor will prescribe physical therapy so your injured body part can heal itself over time through the right movements and treatments.