Orthopedic Pain

What Is Orthopedic Pain?

Orthopedics is the medical field of the musculoskeletal system. The system is comprised of the muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Issues with the musculoskeletal system can be wide ranging.

What Kind Of Symptoms May I Feel?

  • Hip pain
  • Foot or heel pain
  • Leg cramps at night
  • Back pain and sciatic
  • Knee pain

How Can Inspirit Help Me?

Orthopedic pain may also be chronic in nature.  As with chronic pain, we offer treatment methods such as manual therapy, ultrasound and electrical stimulation for pain control. We also offer therapeutic exercises for strength, range of motion and mobility, guided relaxation to improve parasympathetic response to pain and biofeedback for pain control. We will design a personal exercise program which may include yoga, Pilates and therapeutic exercise to help alleviate your pain.

Our therapists have vast expertise and experience in pain relief and rehabilitation for all kinds of back and neck injuries. Patients come to us with sports-related and work-related back injuries and degenerative disc problems. We even accept difficult cases from other physical therapists and specialists.

At Inspirit Therapy Associates, we have helped many people with orthopedic-related pain. There's an excellent chance we can help you, too. Contact Inspirity Therapy Associates today.


Contact Inspirit Therapy Associates

Phone: 920.338.9670
Fax: 920.338.9680

Or contact us by mail:

Inspirit Therapy Associates
3208 East River Drive
Green Bay, WI 54301

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