Specialized Outpatient Programs
Musculosketal RehabilitationPatients experiencing musculosketal deficits are treated by our team of therapists who address joint stability, overall strength and conditioning, muscle balance, posture and joint range of motion. Throughout the course of treatment, the focus is on maximizing overall joint integrity and improving overall trunk and limb function.
3698 California St., Room 2742
San Francisco, CA 94118
Castro at Duboce
San Francisco, CA 94114
2360 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Arthritis patients are treated to address specific problems such as joint pain, joint swelling and reduced range of motion. Patients are educated in exercises and lifestyle changes designed to prevent exacerbation of arthritis symptoms, as well as maximizing functional activities and overall quality of life.
Patients with bone spurs are treated in a variety of ways to reduce the pain and discomfort associated with this condition. Gait retraining, muscle reeducation, weight sealing reduction and heel cushions are among the many ways that our team of therapists provide treatment.
Patients undergoing experiencing hip or knee replacements are treated for range of motion, strength, mobility and gait training. The muscle groups supporting the replaced joint are treated to assume optimal strength and integrity to the joint. Treatment includes muscle balance, precautionary education and pain management.
Individuals are treated based on their specific needs, utilizing a variety of therapeutic approaches. The program includes spine school, spine stabilization and pool therapy class. Individuals are educated on anatomy, proper body mechanics and positioning, spine stabilization and daily living activities. This program is designed to increase muscle strength and condition the body for a healthy back.
Patients are instructed in exercise programs and educated on their injury. We utilize manual therapy and modalities to treat injuries and offer a variety of aerobic and strengthening equipment including treadmills, stationary bicycles, stair steppers, Nordic Track, universal weight system and a therapeutic pool.
You will need a referral from your primary care provider or specialist. In order to avoid enexpected medical expenses, it is always best for you to contact you insurance company prior to treatment to confirm coverage.