Oklahoma Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist in Lawton, OK
Oklahoma Physical Therapy - North is a 9, 000 square foot outpatient physical therapy treatment and training center. We currently have assembled a diverse team of licensed physical therapists and physical therapist assistants to make each patient's visit specific to their requirements. Using their combined experience, our licensed clinicians specialize in treatment of spinal dysfunction and orthopedic extremity disorders. In addition to our clinic locations, Oklahoma Physical Therapy utilizes The Lighthouse Fitness Center for aquatic therapy.
Oklahoma Physical Therapy
read moreAt Oklahoma Physical Therapy our mission is to offer physical therapy services to restore, maintain and improve the wellness of our patients. Our purpose is to provide physical therapy services to all patients who have impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other process. We know that physical therapy is a specialized service. The right approach must be specially designed for each individual patient - specific to the injury grade, severity or physical capabilities.
read moreOur mission is to have a direct and positive impact on people's lives by providing specialized and specific orthopedic care based upon each patient's individualized needs. We will greet our patients with a sincere smile, apply sound reasoning and evidence based methods, to help them achieve their goals, answer their questions, and guide them towards a life of less pain and disability. From first contact through all facets of care, including administrative, billing, and skilled treatments, quality and sincere care will be our central priority.
Vestibular and Balance
read moreAn injury or disease to the vestibular system can cause many issues to the patient, to include balance deficits, falls, dizziness, lightheadedness, feeling of off-balance, fainting, and vertigo (spinning complaint). Vestibular Rehab Therapy (VRT) has been shown to be effective in alleviating or reducing these symptoms. We have therapists at each location, certified in the assessment and management of the vestibular system.
Foot and Ankle
read moreFoot and Ankle Physical Therapy focuses on using the most current and effective techniques to restore movement, strength, balance, and function to your foot and ankle. Foot and ankle movement is important to many other functions throughout the body because they act as the foundation of the body in standing, walking, and running.
read moreAquatic Therapy can be described as any exercise or treatment performed in the water with a trained, licensed physical therapist. Aquatic Therapy can be used for relaxation, fitness, and physical rehabilitation. The unweighting effect of being in water provides a controllable environment for reeducation of weak muscles and skill development for neurological and neuromuscular impairment. Aquatic Therapy has also been shown to decrease pain, enhance flexibility, improve circulation and relieve muscle spasms.
read moreOklahoma Physical Therapy has a doctor of physical therapy who specializes in women's health pain and discomfort. Pelvic floor rehabilitation is a specialized area of physical therapy that focuses on musculoskeletal disorders that can lead to incontinence, prolapse, and pelvic pain. Although some of these symptoms are very common among women, they are not considered normal. Pelvic floor therapists have received special training in evaluating and treatment various pelvic floor conditions that can occur before, during, and after pregnancy as well as over time with symptoms such as pain and leakage/incontinence.
read moreSpine physical therapy is a treatment for injury or pain related to the neck, upper back, low back and pelvis. Our therapists conduct many different services/treatments to ensure our patients get back to their normal daily activities. We do not perform cookie cutter programs. Each patient gets a specific program for them, specialized based on more than just their diagnosis. We have fellowship trained manual physical therapists, at both North and South locations. This means they have advanced training in the treatment of the spine.
1st Visit Women's Health
read moreIt is common for clients to feel some uneasiness about their first treatment session in pelvic floor physical therapy, but our therapist is good at making you feel as comfortable as possible by being a good listener and empathizing with you. Many clients have said and feel the same way you might, so you should not be worried in telling them any stories or worries you may have. Clients come from many walks of life. Their journeys have been longer for some than others and our therapist wants to know all the details of each journey, which led you to pelvic floor PT.