Olive Branch Physical Therapy in San Diego specializes in evaluating and treating patients with orthopedic injuries, sports injuries, and post-operative surgical care, including (but not limited to):
Many people suffering from osteoporosis and osteoarthritis can benefit from physical therapy and rehabilitation. Dr. Nenny is experienced in treating these conditions to help reduce pain, increase strength, and improve flexibility so you can trtun to having fun
An experienced physical therapist plays an integral role in your recovery after a life-altering spinal injury or spinal surgery. Dr. Nenny has extensive knowledge about the spine and utilizes multiple treatment techniques, including soft tissue mobilization, muscle energy, and therapeutic exercise designed to threat conditions related to the spine.
We will be there throughout your spinal cord rehabilitation to help you improve your mobility, limit the risk of causing further spinal cord damage, and manage your pain.
Common conditions of the spine include:
Are you suffering from chronic pain? Do other treatments seem to be ineffective? Physical therapy may help you treat and manage chronic pain without the need for invasive surgeries or potentially addictive prescription drugs.
At Priority Care Physical Therapy in San Diego, we will perform a postural evaluation and assess you for movement and muscle imbalances that may be contributing to chronic pain conditions.
Physical therapy may help with chronic pain management in a number of ways, including:
Pelvic floor physical therapy can be helpful for patients who are dealing with pain or dysfunction of the muscles inside the pelvis. Men and women have muscles inside their pelvis and dysfunction of these muscles can present as abdominal pain, prostatitis, urinary incontinence, back pain, hemorrhoids, hip pain, low back pain, erectile dysfunction, core weakness, amongst other impairments.
Pelvic floor physical therapy is also helpful for postpartum women to guide them back to their accustomed activity level by providing education on proper body mechanics, soft tissue work which can include scar massage, strengthening exercises, stretching, and/or recommendation for supportive garments.
Dr. Nenny is a physical therapist who has taken extensive post-doctoral courses specifically on the pelvic floor and she is currently preparing to take the Pelvic Floor Practitioner Certification from Herman & Wallace.
Physical therapy for the pelvic floor may include:
Physical therapy is a valuable preventive measure, especially for those who play sports, weight lift, engage in repetitive motions, or who have sore muscles. Injuries can result from repetitive motions or improper posture, and your physical therapist can show you a personalized routine of techniques and stretches that you can do to help.