“Our mission is to provide the highest quality of physical therapy to help people feel their best at home, work, and play.”
Conditions Treated by Physical Therapy
Serving Portland OR | Vancouver WA
Have you suffered an injury? Are you experiencing pain or discomfort? The certified physical therapists at New Heights Physical Therapy Plus are here to help diagnose and treat you to help you live life to the fullest. Browse our list of conditions treated by physical therapy. Don’t see your condition listed? That doesn’t mean we don’t treat it! Contact us and set up a consultation with one of our certified physical therapists. We aim to provide you with the best results possible.
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We’re focused on helping you feel your best, not overwhelmed with medical bills. We offer flexible payment options and accept most major insurance plans.
Conditions Treated By Our Physical Therapists
Arthritis TreatmentThere are over 100 types of arthritis. This condition makes joints stiff and painful, inhibiting movement. While medication can help with arthritis, more and more doctors are recommending physical therapy for arthritis treatment.
Bike Injury Physical TherapyWhether you have been hit by a car, fallen off your bike, have inappropriate riding techniques, or an improper bike fitting – New Heights Physical Therapy can help.
Car Accident Physical Therapyhe pain from your injuries can interfere with your day to day life and progress over time, which is why it is essential to initiate care as soon as possible.
Chronic PainChronic pain is any pain that lasts longer than twelve weeks. You feel the effects of an injury or illness long past the typical healing time.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome TreatmentComplex regional pain syndrome is a chronic pain condition involving high levels of neural pain impulses, which can be intense.CRPS gets worse with time and can be very frustrating. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome treatment can help with symptoms caused by this condition.
Connective Tissue Pain TreatmentConnective tissue pain may involve bones, tissue within organs, or the tissue that connects your skin to your muscles. Depending on the cause of your tissue pain, physical therapy may be prescribed to help your body recover and heal.
Fibromyalgia TreatmentFibromyalgia symptoms can vary widely and can be debilitating. Although no one knows exactly what causes fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia treatment can help with pain, muscle weakness, and fatigue.
Hypermobility SyndromeWhen a patient has hypermobility syndrome, they’re capable of excessive motion, making them more susceptible of injury or dislocation. Hypermobility treatment can rehabilitate affected areas, help manage pain, and help prevent dislocated joints.
Hypomobility SyndromeHypomobility syndrome causes a decreased range of motion and if left untreated can lead to severe damage and degeneration. Hypomobility treatment will help you recover from hypomobility, preventing further damage to the joints.
Joint Painwith the advancement of medical practices and scientific research, we have become more aware than ever of the many common causes of joint pain.
Neuralgia TreatmentNeuralgia occurs when there is damage or irritation to a nerve, causing very sharp and intense pain. Although this condition is common in older adults, it can affect patients of all ages. Neuralgia treatment can improve and heal pain caused by nerve compression.
Osteoporosis TreatmentOsteoporosis is a bone disease that results in the loss of bone, poor production of bone, or a combination of the two. Although there is no cure for osteoporosis, physical therapy can increase your bone health and help prevent fractures.
Peripheral Nerve Injury TreatmentPeripheral nerve damage can cause a range of pain or numbness. While medicine can help eas the pain of nerve damage temporarily, it’s important to treat the compressed nerves to alleviate and prevent further injuries.
Physical Therapy for Balance IssuesBalance issues can occur for many reasons, from muscular weakness and stiffness to unstable joints and ear problems. Physical therapy for balance issues is a great option because it doesn’t cause unwanted side effects and may identify the issue behind the balance disorder.
Post-Op Physical TherapySurgery can do wonderful things for the human body–from cancer treatments to hip replacements, surgical operations have an enormous capability to save lives and improve quality of life.
Scar Tissue ManagementIf you have a post-op surgery scar you want treated or are dealing with a serious scar that’s impacting your movement and causing pain, New Heights Physical Therapy Plus is here for you.
Tendonitis TreatmentTendonitis describes the inflammation of a specific tendon. Pain associated with tendonitis may be dull, achy, and tenderness to the touch. Physical therapy has proven to be a workable solution for all types of tendonitis.
Women's Health Physical TherapyAt New Heights Physical Therapy Plus, we treat a wide array of women’s health issues and conditions, including pelvic pain, diastasis recti, abdominal weakness, and stress incontinence.
Interested in Our Physical Therapy Treatment Options?
Physical therapy is one of the best ways of managing pain and improving strength and mobility after an injury or surgery. It also helps with a wide variety of medical conditions not related to injury such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Specializing in a variety of physical therapy treatment options, the staff at New Heights Physical Therapy Plus are here to help you recover. We’ll assess your condition, develop a personalized plan of action, and track your progress closely, so you can get back to your active lifestyle. Ready to see what we can do for you? Contact us today to schedule an appointment. We have clinics in Portland OR and Vancouver WA.
At New Heights Physical Therapy
Are you ready to feel better? Our Physical Therapists are experts in a variety of treatment options. Contact us to start feeling good today!
Conditions Treated by Physical Therapy in Portland OR and Vancouver WA
Seeing Patients in the following Portland and Vancouver areas: