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Physical Therapist in Bradenton, FL

Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine has therapists specialized in physical therapy near you in Bradenton, FL. Call us for more information or schedule an appointment with us at Ramos Center. Visit us at 100 3rd Ave. West Suite 210 Bradenton, FL 34205.

Physical Therapist in Bradenton, FL

A physical therapist can help to improve flexibility, functionality, posture, and strength, and relieve chronic pain. This helps a patient be able to get back into the activities they used to enjoy, and get back to a regular, healthy lifestyle again. If you need a physical therapist near Bradenton FL, then come see ours here at Ramos Center. We’ll put together a truly personalized physical therapy program for you so you can get on track toward a better lifestyle.

How do I know whether I should see a physical therapist?

If you have chronic pain, a chronic condition, or an injury, then you might want to see a physical therapist. Or if you’ve recently undergone surgery, then you might have already received a referral to see a physical therapist.

More specifically, you might need a physical therapist if you have:

  • Any kind of pain that has lasted for longer than 3 months
  • A chronic condition like arthritis or diabetes
  • Pain from a recent or old injury
  • Had a recent surgery you’re currently recovering from

For many patients’ circumstances, physical therapy is especially effective. In fact, physical therapists believe that any patient can benefit from physical therapy. It’s focused on managing and rehabilitating pain, chronic conditions, injuries, traumas, or disabilities, as well as preventing further complications.

If you’re an athlete, then you could benefit even if you’re not experiencing any issues or pain, as physical therapy can help with injury prevention too.

How often should I see a physical therapist?

The number and frequency of sessions you’ll need depends on your particular kind of pain and condition, as well as your personal needs and your progress during therapy. A physical therapist will help you develop a treatment plan and recommend how many physical therapy sessions you should have. After each session, the therapist will evaluate your progress. If your rehabilitation is going more quickly than anticipated, then the physical therapist might recommend fewer sessions.

Generally, patients will need one or two sessions a week for one or two months, but this varies depending on the patient. Some patients benefit from annual follow-ups, while others benefit from occasional physical therapy throughout their lives.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance?

Under the Affordable Care Act, most marketplace health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and workers’ compensation, cover rehabilitative services that are medically necessary. We cannot guarantee that your physical therapy will be automatically covered by your insurance plan, but there’s a very good chance that it will! You’re more than welcome to contact us to find out whether your insurance will cover physical therapy. You can also contact us for a consultation.

Do you have a physical therapist near Bradenton, FL?

Yes, we do! Ramos Center has a clinic near you at 100 3rd Ave. West Suite 210 Bradenton, FL 34205. Here you’ll be able to find a physical therapist who can provide you with the short- or long-term physical therapy you require. If you’re not sure whether you would benefit from physical therapy, or if you believe you would benefit, then call Ramos Center. We’ll set you up with a consultation with our physical therapist.

Contact us today for a physical therapist near you who can help you get back to the lifestyle you’ve been missing.