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Crouse Rehab Associates

An independently owned orthopaedic physical therapy practice in Atlanta, Georgia. As a Physical Therapist and the Owner of Crouse Rehab Assocaites, I would like to thank you for visiting our website today. We appreciate the support of our past patients and physicians in the community and are proud to be your preferred physical therapy practice. We have proudly earned a reputation for service excellence,with patients and area physicians in Atlanta, Georgia.   

How can a physical therapist help?


Improving Mobility and Motion:

Motion is essential to a patients’ quality of life. Whether it is an everyday task such as emptying the dishwasher, a sports activity like golf, or an essential activity such as performing their job, a physical therapist can help a  patient experience improved mobility and function. Physical therapists also help prevent injuries and promote a healthy lifestyle by improving strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination.

Providing a Conservative Option to Surgery:

While surgery can be the best course of treatment for certain diagnoses, there is evidence to indicate that physical therapists can offer an alternative. Considering conservative options to surgery is a hallmark of good care. Physical therapy is one of these options for many individuals.

When there is a need for surgery, physical therapists can enhance the outcome both before and after surgery. Additionally, for those individuals whose health conditions prevent surgery from being an option, physical therapists can be invaluable in helping them improve or maintain the quality of their lives.

A physical therapist can help patients control pain, often reducing the need for long-term use of medications. Studies reveal that individuals who receive physical therapy experience greater improvement in function with less pain. While recognizing that medication is an essential component in the management of many acute and chronic conditions, physical therapists can provide an alternative to the long-term use of medications for the management of pain and certain other health conditions.

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