ABOUT HTS

Houston Therapy Specialists is a state of the art therapy practice established in 2018. With over 30 years of clinical experience in Physical and Occupational therapy, we are devoted to providing the highest level of care to our patients. We specialize in Lymphedema, Hand Therapy, Dry Needling, Neurologic and Orthopedic conditions.

 

As a premier specialty clinic, it is our mission to provide evidence based treatment in conjunction with innovative technology which will enhance outcomes for our patients that will integrate them back into the community and workforce.

OUR SERVICES

 

Physical therapy is generally recommended for anyone who has undergone an injury or surgery that results in them not being able to move correctly. Physical therapists provide rehabilitation to their patients by administering a variety of stretches and exercises that promote good health. If you are based in Houston or its surrounding areas and have been searching for a therapeutic massage Houston can depend on, then you should contact us. We have highly skilled physical therapists who are more than capable of assisting you with anything that ails you.

Sports Injuries


Injuries as a result of participating in a sport are some of the most frequent reasons for visits to the physical therapist. Sports injuries can vary from minor ailments such as a strained muscle to more severe injuries such as broken bones and concussions. The best way to heal quickly and get back on the field after experiencing an injury is to visit a local Pearland physical therapy office. Physical therapists are trained to be able to assist you to work through your injuries and get you back to a fit condition.

Sport injuries can also result in losing some range of motion, which can be a severe problem for any athlete. If you choose to let the injury heal on its own, you may not regain the full range of motion. There are many Houston therapeutic massage professionals, but with our trusted therapists, you can recover much faster, as well as regain the movement that you lost as a result of the injury. If left untreated, sport injuries could spell the end of your athletic career, so make sure that you contact us as your physical therapist in Houston, TX, so that we can help you get back to full fitness.




Walking Disorders


There are a variety of causes for walking disorders, ranging from external injuries to the leg, to bone fractures, and even arthritis. There are many more causes for walking disorders; however, what is more, important is identifying if you have one. The following are the signs that you should look out for as they indicate that you have a walking disorder:

  • Waddling gait
  • Steppage gait
  • Scissors gait
  • Spastic gait
  • Propulsive gait

Should you have any of these symptoms, you may want to consider receiving physical therapy to assist with the disorder's treatment. While undergoing physical therapy, you'll learn some exercises that are specifically designed to strengthen your muscles and correct the way you walk. We are the best physical therapy Pearland professionals and we are ready to assist you in walking correctly once again.




Amputations


An amputation refers to the loss of one's limb as a result of surgery. There are many reasons why someone may require an amputation, but what is for sure, is that learning to adjust to life after losing a limb can be extremely difficult. After an amputation, physical therapy is done to ambulate you with the prosthetic and allow you to carry on with your life as if you have not lost any limbs.

There are a number of phases involved with the rehabilitation process of an amputee, all with the purpose of getting them back to the best physical condition that they can be in. By completing their physical therapy, a patient is able to once again integrate with society and live their best life. If you have recently become an amputee, contact us for the most personalized physical therapy Pasadena TX, Houston TX, and the surrounding areas have.





Occupational therapy refers to the branch of health care that assists people who encounter sensory, physical, or cognitive problems. By attending occupational therapy, these individuals are able to regain independence in all areas of their lives. People who suffer from these issues as a result of a stroke or any other head-related injury tend to be the most common occupational therapy patients. Contact us for occupational therapy Houston services. Our well-trained therapists are more than equipped to assist you with your rehabilitation.

Lymphedema


It is important to note that this condition cannot be cured; however, our trained specialists in our massage therapy Houston office can do wonders to relieve the pain and also swelling that is associated with the condition. Treatment occurs in the form of exercises, massages, and even compression.




Manual Drainiage Techniques


This refers to an extremely light massage that stretches the skin and assists in promoting the movement of lymphatic fluid out of the swollen limb. This massage is not to be confused with a traditional massage, as it is specifically focused on the lymph vessels in the affected area.




Compression Therapy


This is the most commonly used physical therapy method for the treatment of Lymphedema. It involves the application of pressure to the affected area accompanied with bandaging. The technique allows the lymphatic system to move fluid into the bloodstream, rather than stopping in the affected area.





Hand therapy refers to a type of rehabilitation that is performed by either an occupational or physical therapist. This therapy is administered to individuals who suffer from ailments that affect their hands. Some of the reasons why someone may require hand therapy include the loss of fingers, injuries to the hand, and loss of strength in the hands. Receiving therapy allows patients to regain strength in their hands and continue living a normal life without having to worry about not being able to perform everyday tasks.

Dry Needling


Dry needling is a method of treatment that is most commonly used to treat any sort of pain and soreness. Trained physical therapists use a needle that they insert into muscular trigger points to release tightness experienced by muscles, treat inflammation, and in some cases, even promote healing of an injury.Dry needling is a method of treatment that is most commonly used to treat any sort of pain and soreness. Trained physical therapists use a needle that they insert into muscular trigger points to release tightness experienced by muscles, treat inflammation, and in some cases, even promote healing of an injury.




Musculoskeletal Pain


This condition refers to pain experienced in the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and even bones. The condition can be experienced in a single area and also throughout one’s body. The condition can feel as if your entire body is fatigued and the muscles can sometimes twitch or burn. Physical therapy is a great way to treat the condition.




Movement Restriction


Muscles can sometimes become too tight, and as a result, can restrict one's movement. Dry needling has been shown to be a great way to treat this, as the practice targets muscular trigger points that can relieve tension. When the muscle fibers become contracted, it can be excruciating, and physical therapy can assist in relieving this pain.





Lymphedema is a condition that refers to the swelling that tends to occur in one's arms and legs. The condition generally occurs as a result of the removal or damage of lymph nodes because of cancer treatment, and it is often accompanied by pain or discomfort.

Lymphedema


It is important to note that this condition cannot be cured; however, our trained specialists in our massage therapy Houston office can do wonders to relieve the pain and also swelling that is associated with the condition. Treatment occurs in the form of exercises, massages, and even compression.




Manual Drainiage Techniques


This refers to an extremely light massage that stretches the skin and assists in promoting the movement of lymphatic fluid out of the swollen limb. This massage is not to be confused with a traditional massage, as it is specifically focused on the lymph vessels in the affected area.




Compression Therapy


This is the most commonly used physical therapy method for the treatment of Lymphedema. It involves the application of pressure to the affected area accompanied with bandaging. The technique allows the lymphatic system to move fluid into the bloodstream, rather than stopping in the affected area.





This is a treatment that only trained physical therapists can perform, and our qualified physical therapist Houston TX team is well-trained in this area. The treatment involves a thin needle penetrating the skin and is used to treat underlying muscular issues by targeting muscular trigger points. The process is very similar to acupuncture and is extremely useful.

Dry Needling


Dry needling is a method of treatment that is most commonly used to treat any sort of pain and soreness. Trained physical therapists use a needle that they insert into muscular trigger points to release tightness experienced by muscles, treat inflammation, and in some cases, even promote healing of an injury.Dry needling is a method of treatment that is most commonly used to treat any sort of pain and soreness. Trained physical therapists use a needle that they insert into muscular trigger points to release tightness experienced by muscles, treat inflammation, and in some cases, even promote healing of an injury.




Musculoskeletal Pain


This condition refers to pain experienced in the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and even bones. The condition can be experienced in a single area and also throughout one’s body. The condition can feel as if your entire body is fatigued and the muscles can sometimes twitch or burn. Physical therapy is a great way to treat the condition.




Movement Restriction


Muscles can sometimes become too tight, and as a result, can restrict one's movement. Dry needling has been shown to be a great way to treat this, as the practice targets muscular trigger points that can relieve tension. When the muscle fibers become contracted, it can be excruciating, and physical therapy can assist in relieving this pain.





Orthotic management refers to a medical practice that controls a joint or body segment for a particular reason. Examples of orthotics are ankle or wrist braces. These are used to provide support to an injured area so that it heals properly without the risk of further injury.

Post Orthopedic Surgery


After receiving orthopedic surgery, the area where you received surgery may not function as it once did. For this reason, you should receive physical therapy to aid in the rehabilitation of the affected area. If you are looking for the best orthopedic Pasadena TX and Houston has to offer, we are able to assist you.




Orthopedic Surgery


This type of surgery focuses on the treatment of the musculoskeletal system. It includes the surgery related to the muscles, ligaments, bones, nerves, and tendons. Orthopedic surgery can be used to treat several ailments ranging from congenital disabilities to arthritis.




Surgical Recovery


Recovering from a surgery can prove to be a challenging process. With the help of our physical therapists, you can quickly recover, getting you back to an excellent physical condition as soon as possible. If you are in the greater Houston area, we have a many services such as physical therapy, orthpedic revocery, and a therapy massage Houston TX, loves. Feel free to contact us.





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