Best Knee Pain and Neuropathy Doctor in Tampa, Florida
Top Physical Therapist in Tampa, Florida
The Ethos Health Group in Tampa, Florida, are the experts when it comes to using physical therapy to treat joint pain and neuropathy symptoms.
When you suffer from debilitating joint pain, these symptoms can limit your daily routine.
Our Ethos Health Group has years of experience helping patients get their freedom back through physical recovery.
After treatment at our clinic, many of our patients can enjoy the things they love most once again. This includes activities like:
- Taking the Dog Out
- Going out on the Town
- Playing with Grandchildren
- Washing the Car
- Even Taking the Stairs!
Our team can help you gain mobility, flexibility, and strength to help your body heal and protect against re-injuries as well. Recovery includes exercise, manual therapy, education, and teamwork.
Let us be a part of your recovery story, click the link below to set up a free consultation.
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- Treatment Options at Ethos Health Group
- What to Expect at Your First Visit
- Neuropathy Treatment
- Knee Pain Treatment
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How Our Knee Pain and Neuropathy Treatment Methods Can Help You
When patients come to our Pain Management Clinic in Tampa, they can rest assured that they will be working with the industry-leading treatment from an experienced Knee Pain and Neuropathy Therapist.
Our team of Medical Professionals can offer patients the following services:
- Physical Therapy
- Sciatica Treatment
- Slip and Fall Accident Help
- Back Pain Treatment
- Neck Pain Relief
- Knee Pain Relief
- Hip Pain Relief
- Car Accident Help
- Personal Injury Attorney Referral
Tampa's Ethos Health Group provides guided stretches that promote recovery to your range of motion.
What to Expect at your First Visit
When you come to our physical therapist will begin by listening to what types of pain you are experiencing and when your pain started.
Common Questions to expect are:
- What does the pain feel like? (Throbbing, Burning, Sharp, or Dull)
- For how long and how often are you having pain?
- Where do you feel pain?
- Is there any movement that makes your pain better or worse?
Once they have a good idea of what pain you are going through, Tampa's best physical therapist will then perform a physical examination that will include tests for things such as:
- Range of Motion
- Muscle Strength
- Pain Points
Upon completing your physical exam, diagnostic tests may be ordered, such as X-Rays to look within the body and find the source and cause of your pain.
MRI's and CT Scans may be ordered in some cases for further diagnostic testing. We want to ensure that each patient fully recovers to their best ability, which is what makes an accurate diagnosis so important.
Once your injuries are examined and properly diagnosed, we will provide you with a customized treatment program that will give you the best chance of a full physical rehabilitation.
Different types of treatment that may be used beyond physical therapy are:
- Exercise Therapy
No two treatment programs are exactly the same because every patient is different. The goal is to relax the muscle tissues, mobilize the muscle tissues, and then finally help strengthen them.
The type of program that your physical therapist prescribes for you will depend on the type and extent of your injury.
Call (352) 433-0898 to schedule your free consultation today.
Proven Neuropathy Care
Peripheral Neuropathy is one of the most debilitating conditions that senior adults deal with. Symptoms often include:
- Balance Problems and more
Our neuropathy patients are often fed up with taking endless drugs that only mask symptoms.
When you come in for neuropathy treatment at Ethos Health Group, we will perform a number of non-invasive tests called a 'Neuropathy Severity Exam' to determine how severe your case is and what options exist for you.
Our treatment program involves cutting-edge, non-invasive therapies that help to reverse neuropathy nerve damage by stimulating the growth of new blood vessels.
For extreme cases, we may utilize NeuroRegen-CT injections. This technique combines platelet rich plasma (PRP) with platelet derived growth factors from your own blood to promote blood vessel growth.
These safe, all-natural regenerative procedures help support blood vessel growth and nerve repair to reverse peripheral neuropathy damage.
Click here to watch a patient testimonial video describing Neuropathy Treatment at our clinic.
Advanced Knee Pain Treatment
Our Tampa Physical Therapy Clinic offers industry-leading knee pain treatment to help patients suffering from debilitating pain get their daily routine back.
Our patients typically want to avoid endless cortisone shots, medications, and most of all, painful knee replacement surgery.
We make it our top priority to help our patients get back to their favorite activities using safe, natural treatment methods.
One type of treatment we use involves exosomes. Exosome treatment is a sterile, highly safe and effective method that can help provide knee pain relief.
At Ethos Health Group, we also use the HyalRegen-CT method as a proven solution for knee arthritis and pain. These minimally-invasive injections lubricate the joint and are performed under precision imaging guidance to ensure the exact point of pain is targeted.
These FDA cleared injections add cushioning fluid back into the knee and can help stimulate your knees to produce more of their own natural fluid for lasting, sustainable relief.
Click here to watch a video testimonial of an Ethos knee pain patient.
Get Knee Pain or Neuropathy Help Today
When you have experienced Knee Pain and Neuropathy Medical Professionals working to improve your symptoms, you are more likely to have your best chance at experiencing a full physical recovery.
Our team of medical professionals works together to help reduce your pain, so you can get freedom back in your daily routine.
We don't want your life to be limited by pain any longer.
To get started with Tampa's Best Physical Therapist around, call (352) 433-0898 or click the button below now.