Physical Therapy Treatments & Rehabilitation
At Wendy Webb Schoenewald Physical Therapy & Vestibular Rehabilitation (WWSPT), our goal is to provide the most effective treatment for our patients. We constantly challenge ourselves to learn more about physical therapy and vestibular rehabilitation pathologies that we treat and to stay current on the latest published evidence in our profession.
In addition, the experience, expert knowledge and compassion provided by our staff helps to complete our goal of returning you to your best life; whether it’s competing in a race, exercise, actively playing with your children or just making it through a day without pain or dizziness.
Our Vision tells who we are and shows the quality of our services and the high level of expertise we have.
Physical Therapy for Orthopedic Rehabilitation:
Therapy sessions begin with a thorough evaluation which allows your therapist to develop an individualized program of treatment and exercise. Generally, exercise sessions are 2-3 times weekly for 1 hour. Download our Orthopedic Rehabilitation Brochure to learn more.
Physical Therapy Treatment for Concussion Care:
Physical Therapy for Vestibular Rehabilitation:
Many symptoms can be attributed to the vestibular system, such as: Vertigo or spinning, motion triggered dizziness, feeling off-balance, and lightheadedness. Download our Vestibular Brochure and BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) Brochure to learn more:
Physical Therapy Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease:
Parkinson’s Disease; a progressive disorder involving the Nervous System that affects control of Movement and Coordination. Affects are Tremors, slowed Movement Patterns, Muscular Stiffness and Impaired Balance.
Physical Therapy for Health Care and Healthy Aging:
Healthy Aging depends on healthy lifestyle choices. Lifestyles that include physical activity, good nutrition and adequate sleep allow “Baby Boomers” to live better and longer and prevent some risk of injury and disease.
Physical Therapy for Sports Injuries:
Physical Therapy treatment for Musculoskeletal Sports Injuries and complications from the restriction of motion of joint segments, muscles, and fascial tissue.