Orthopedic physical therapy helps to support patients with targeted exercises designed to reduce pain, improve mobility, and speed recovery before, during, or instead of orthopedic surgery.
Our durable medical equipment department provides the bracing your doctor prescribes for your care, conveniently located at our offices so you don’t have to make another stop.
If your condition requires custom bracing or splinting, our on-site staff can create and fit that equipment for your right away. We’ll be sure you understand how to use your custom splint, and answer any questions you might have.
Customized treatment plans
Working with your doctor, your physical therapist designs a program specifically targeting your condition and goals. We help you get back in shape, back to work, and back to your active life.
Based in physiology, myofascial dry needling reduces pain and muscle tension, and accelerates therapeutic progress in patients with chronic and acute muscular pain. Dry needling is moderately invasive, but unlike injections it does not involve medication delivery.
Injury, age, and overuse can negatively impact your flexibility and dexterity. Our on-site physical therapy program works with you to rebuild your ability to enjoy an active life.
Durable medical equipment
From bracing to post-surgical support, our durable medical equipment department conveniently provides everything your doctor prescribes for your care, and works with your insurance to ensure payment.
If you’ve suffered loss of mobility due to an accident, injury, or aging, we’ll develop a personalized plan of exercises and therapies designed to increase your range of motion and your ability to tackle everyday tasks.
Orthopedic trauma therapy
Following an accident, many people benefit from non-surgical therapeutic care--either instead of or along with surgery. Our physical therapists and hand therapists work with OrthoVirginia’s trauma surgeons to develop the best plan of care to speed your recovery.
Our on-site podiatrists create custom orthotics designed to support you in your recovery. Designed specifically for you and your needs, custom orthotics can be worn with most shoes and are flexible and discreet.
One of the most effective means of controlling chronic pain is specialized physical therapy. Our team designs exercises and therapies to reduce or even eliminate your pain.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation
Pelvic, abdominal, and lower back pain after surgery, trauma, or childbirth can often be addressed through specialized pelvic floor rehabilitation. Our comprehensive treatment is available to both men and women.
Post-injury sports rehabilitation
Our Northern Virginia Sports Performance program provides intensive, highly specialized therapies designed to get injured athletes back into peak performance quickly and safely.
When you have orthopedic surgery, physical therapy plays a critical role in your recovery. We work with your doctor to develop a targeted plan to speed your progress and get you back to your best.
In many cases, physical therapy can help prepare you for a more successful orthopedic surgery outcome. If your doctor thinks you’d benefit from pre-surgery physical therapy, we work together to build a unique plan for your condition.
Whether you’re an athlete or simply want to prevent injury while getting in shape, our Richmond-area sports performance program improves your performance and agility with personalized plans based on your sport and goals.
Whether you need to build strength for sports, a fitness goal, or to enhance your quality of life, we can help you with exercises and therapies to meet your goals. Stronger starts here.
Our certified hand therapists have at least three years of advanced post-graduate training in clinical skills related to hands, arms, and shoulders. Hand therapy includes wound care, pain control, range of motion, dexterity training, and treatment for nerve injury and trauma.
If your hand requires custom bracing or splinting, our on-site staff can create and fit that equipment for your right away. We’ll be sure you understand how to use your custom splint, and answer any questions you might have.
Hypersensitivity from injury or overuse can cause significant hand pain. Our hand therapists work with you to reduce nerve pain and sensitivity so you can resume your normal activities in comfort.
Injury, age, and overuse can negatively impact your hand and arm flexibility and dexterity. Our on-site hand therapy program rebuilds your ability to enjoy an active life.
Edema (swelling) control
Our team treats acute or chronic hand swelling with a variety of treatments and exercises designed to bring you relief and increase blood flow for long-term healing.
Nerve damage therapy
Nerve damage in hands can cause pain, numbness, and mobility issues. OrthoVirginia’s on-site hand therapists create unique treatment plans to speed your healing and get you back to your normal life.
One of the most effective means of controlling chronic pain in the hand or arm is specialized hand therapy. Our team designs exercises and therapies to reduce or even eliminate your pain.
Proper care of any wound on your hand is a critical piece of your return to full hand function after an injury or surgery. OrthoVirginia’s hand therapists are specially trained in treatments and rehabilitation to speed your healing.
Range of motion
If you’ve suffered loss of mobility in your hand due to an accident or injury, we’ll develop a personalized plan of exercises and therapies designed to increase your range of motion and your ability to tackle everyday tasks.
In many cases, scars on the hand can cause pain or limit your mobility. Hand therapy helps to increase your range of motion and improve flexibility so you can regain full functioning of your hand after an injury.
When you’ve lost your normal ability to feel heat, cold, texture, and pressure, our hand therapists can help. With targeted therapies and exercises, we’ll help you regain sensory feeling in your hands.
When an injury or surgery results in loss of hand strength, our certified hand therapists create specialized plans to increase muscle tone and help you get stronger so you can get back to your daily activities.