Orthopaedic physical therapy is a form of physical therapy that aims to improve weakened or injured components within the musculoskeletal system through non-invasive treatments such as exercising and stretching. This type of therapy works with all of the bones, joints, ligaments and muscles throughout the body. Commonly used in sports medicine to improve recovery, orthopaedic physical therapy is an important part of post-surgery rehabilitation. It also helps ease symptoms of chronic joint or bone ailments, such as arthritis.
At Princeton Bone & Joint, we treat a broad range of orthopaedic conditions, including injuries that occur at work, on the field, or as a result of an automobile accident. We also work with patients dealing with trauma and overuse injuries.
At Princeton Bone and Joint, we see ourselves as partners in your treatment and recovery. That’s why we’ve built a distinguished team of experts, each dedicated not only to excellence in his or her field, but also to providing highly personalized care that emphasizes open communication and respect.