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Physical and Specialty Therapy
Palmetto Health Physical and Specialty Therapy specializes in the treatment and rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports related injuries, surgeries and other conditions. We offer a number of new specialty programs and also provide intensive rehabilitation for neurological conditions such as stroke.
Our team of skilled and highly committed physical therapists strives to provide the highest quality of care and each treatment program is individualized based on an extensive evaluation of the patient’s specific injury and personal goals.
We use all available physical therapy treatment techniques including:
- Manual therapy modalities, including Maitland, McKenzie, Myofascial release
- Flexibility and strengthening exercises including stabilization exercises
- Fall Prevention Program (click here to download program brochure )
- Hand Program
- Post Concussion Program
- Neurological Program
- Women’s Health Program (Orthopedics, Breast Cancer Shoulder, Lymphedema)
- Prenatal and Postnatal Back Pain Program (click here to download program brochure)
Contact Palmetto Health Physical and Specialty Therapy
To schedule an appointment or learn more about the caring services we provide, please call 803-296-5486.
Our Orthopaedic Manual Therapists (OMT-C) provide care through the use of all available treatment techniques, including manual therapy and dry needling.
We treat all orthopaedic and sports-related injuries—including neck, back, shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee ankle and foot—both before and after surgery. We also treat orthopaedic conditions as they relate to women, such as frozen shoulder and back pain from pregnancy.
Hand Therapy Team
Before and after surgery, our Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) provides treatment for all orthopaedic conditions for the shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist, including:
- Tendon repairs
- Nerve injuries
- Tennis elbow and carpal tunnel.
Splints that are ordered by physicians are custom-made for each patient’s individual need.
The greatest onset of lymphedema is associated with the after effects of cancer treatment by surgery or radiation. Our Lymphedema Certified (CLT-LANA) and Wound Care Certified (WCC) therapists treat primary and secondary lymphedema, as well as secondary conditions related to lymphedema, through manual lymphatic drainage, compression bandaging and compression garments.
Breast Cancer Shoulder Team
After successful treatment for breast cancer, shoulder problems often persist. Issues such as pain, stiffness, limited strength and function (frozen shoulder) can limit daily activities. Our team, which includes a Rehab Cancer Specialist and an Orthopedic Manual Therapist (OMT-C), is dedicated to returning women to the activities they enjoyed as careerists, hobbyists and moms.
We offer intensive rehabilitation for neurological conditions such as Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. We have a neurological developmental training (NDT) certified therapist on staff. After undergoing a thorough evaluation, you and your physical therapist will discuss the treatment plan that will help you reach your goals of independence.
- Traumatic brain injury
- Movement disorders (Parkinson’s Disease)
- Fall prevention
- Post concussion syndrome
Our team members are Certified Stroke and Rehabilitation Specialists (CSRS) through the National Stroke Association.