Services

Coastal Rehab offers a comprehensive range of outpatient physical therapy services that promote wellness and recovery from injury or illness. Our experienced therapists use a multidisciplinary approach including a variety of treatment techniques.

We Specialize In

Orthopedics

Orthopedic physical therapy is a dedicated form of rehabilitation which focuses on the expert examination, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system (bones and joints) and the associated neuromuscular systems (nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments).

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Sports Therapy

Sports physical therapy is a specialized form of rehabilitation treatment of a sports-specific injury. Many factors can contribute to sporting injuries, including lack of warm up, poor training habits, improper stretching, repetitive micro trauma, over-use injuries and re-injury of an old injury.

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Sport Conditioning

Sports conditioning is an injury prevention and performance improvement program. A physical therapist is skilled in the evaluation and treatment of physically-active individuals on all levels and of all ages. A physical therapist can determine the best treatment options to optimize…

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Spine Therapy

Your spine is very complex; it consists of many joints, soft tissue, a spinal cord and hundreds of nerves that run to your arms and legs. CRI physical therapists are skilled in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of the spine. Physical therapists are highly trained in the anatomy, physiology…

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Neurological Therapy

Coastal Rehabilitation offers a complete range of services to address neurological issues. Neurologic physical therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy in which treatment is focused on movement problems due to disease or injury of the nervous system.

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Balance/Fall Protection

Coastal Rehabilitation Inc, provides a comprehensive program for balance training and fall prevention following a thorough evaluation of your current balance and fall risk. Your balance can be compromised by many factors such as weakness, decreased mobility or activity, impaired vision, low blood…

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Pre-Operative Therapy

Pre-operative rehabilitation is also known as “Pre-Hab”. Pre-hab can be provided by physical or occupational therapists. In pre-hab you are provided services in preparation for a surgical procedure. Pre-hab can be done before many surgical procedures for all areas of the body including knee…

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Post-Operative Therapy

Post-operative rehabilitation is difficult; but the care, compassion, and commitment exuded by the therapists at Coastal Rehabilitation, Inc will help you to recover quickly and with the best possible outcomes. Post-Op rehabilitation is as wide ranging as surgery types and individuals.

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Manual Therapy

Coastal Rehabilitation therapists are hands-on therapists, providing a wide variety of manual treatments and techniques. Manual Therapy is a clinical approach to physical therapy that utilizes highly skilled and specific hands-on techniques, which may include manipulation/mobilization of…

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Therapeutic Exercise

Exercise is an essential part of treatment at Coastal Rehabilitation. Our therapists design a specific and individualized program of exercises to address your needs. Therapeutic exercises may be prescribed to address flexibility, range of motion (ROM), strength, endurance, posture…

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Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a condition which causes increased fluid buildup in tissues and can cause chronic swelling. Lymphedema is caused by impaired lymph vessels being unable to remove the fluid from the body’s tissues; this can occur anywhere in the body but most often causes…

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Upper Extremity

We use our upper extremities (arms) every day; our wrists, hands and fingers are intricate collections of muscles, joints, and nerves that we put to use in hundreds of ways. We usually don’t realize how much we use our arms and hands every day until we’ve suffered an injury or disease to the…

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Hand Therapy

Hand Therapy is a specialized type of rehabilitation for those patients with conditions that affect their hands and upper extremities.  Hand therapy combines comprehensive knowledge with specialized skills in the assessment and treatment of the hand. After a thorough evaluation…

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Lower Extremity

Lower extremity injuries are an unfortunate yet common occurrence. The injury itself can be to the hip, knee, ankle or foot, and can range from mild to severe. No matter the location or degree, lower extremity injuries often result in pain and decreased functional use. Conditions of the lower…

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Pediatric Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy services are provided to children of all ages from birth through adolescence. Our therapists work with children and their family members or care-givers to help each child reach their maximum potential in function. Maximizing functional abilities includes…

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Vestibular Rehab

Vestibular rehabilitation (VRT) is an exercise-based program for reducing the symptoms of disequilibrium and dizziness associated with vestibular disease or disorder. VRT is a form of treatment involving specific exercises that can eliminate or significantly reduce symptoms by promoting…

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Headache Treatment

Headaches are a common complaint; they can range in severity from mild and annoying to completely debilitating. Headaches can be caused by many different origins and several categories of headaches. Most headaches are harmless and can resolve on their own; however…

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Workers Comp

Work hardening is a systematic program of gradually progressive, work related activities performed with proper body mechanics to physically and psychologically recondition the client in order to facilitate return to full employment. Using a highly specialized rehabilitation program…

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EMG/NCV

An Electromyography (EMG) is a technique used to evaluate and record the electrical activity produced by muscles. An EMG is performed using a machine which detects the tiny bit of electricity that is produced by muscles when they are active. Muscles typically produce an electrical signal of a…

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Home Health Therapy

If you are unable to start your rehabilitation at one of our facilities, and meet the requirements for home health physical therapy – we can come to you in your home and start your rehabilitation! CRI physical therapists provide skilled care for patients in their own homes.

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At CRI, treatment sessions are typically one hour each, giving clinicians time to address both physical and functional impairments.