Our Quakertown Physical Therapy
goal is to treat your problem, relieve your pain and restore your ability to function. We can help you get back to work, sports and a better life. Because we don't just treat your condition - we show you how to keep it from coming back.
Over 500,000 Americans have joint replacement surgery every year to rid themselves of damaged knees, hips and shoulders. Millions more have surgery to repair torn ligaments in their knees, torn Achilles tendons in their ankles and torn rotator cuffs in their shoulders.
That’s where Upper Perk Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab can help. We’re highly trained, credentialed and experienced in post-orthopedic surgery rehab and post-total joint replacement rehab. We’ll design your program based on your ability, condition and goals for recovery. Then use advanced manual techniques to help you recover far faster than you thought possible.
Our specialized areas of Quakertown Physical Therapy
Work Injuries & Functional Capacity Evaluations
Work-related injuries are common. People at work can injure their hands, wrists, shoulders, back, knees, ankles and feet during any number of activities. We offer complete evaluation, therapy and functional capacity evaluations to resolve work-related problems and help you prevent accidents that could affect your livelihood.
Help for Orthopedic Extremity & Sports Injuries
Sports injuries and related orthopedic conditions are common. They may result from diseases such as arthritis or traumatic injury to the bones, muscles and joints anywhere in the body (the musculoskeletal system). These include the upper extremities - neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands or fingers. They may also include the lower extremities - hips, knees, ankles and feet.
Help for Stroke Patients & Neurologic Problems
Nerve disorders can affect your central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), peripheral nervous system (peripheral and cranial nerves) or autonomic nervous system. Neurologic problems can cause pain, numbness, tingling or burning sensations just about anywhere in the body.