Since 1973, Yuma Physical Therapy, Ltd. has been providing outpatient physical therapy services to patients throughout Yuma, AZ and the surrounding areas. We strive to provide compassionate, comfortable care to help you overcome pain and discomfort due to a wide range of chronic diseases and acute injuries. We offer the highest quality care because we believe that everyone deserves to be able to live their lives free from pain. Let us help you restore your function and improve your range of motion!
Helping Our Patients Achieve Health & Wellness Through Physical Therapy
Sport Injury Rehabilitation
While playing a sport is generally good for your health, athletes run the risk of injury, whether from contact with another player or from overuse. Our physical therapists have worked with many athletes over the years, providing customized treatment plans and rehabilitative care to help them get back to safely playing the sport they love.
With age comes increased risk of chronic pain. Whether you are suffering from arthritis, balance problems, muscle weakness, or other conditions, we can help you stretch and strengthen your muscles, improving your function and mobility.
If you are suffering from an inner ear disorder, you may feel dizzy or unbalanced and are more prone to injury due to falling. We work with patients suffering from vestibular problems, using canalith re-positioning maneuvers and exercise to improve balance and reduce the symptoms of vertigo and dizziness.
Neck and Back Pain
Neck and back pain can cause significant decrease in mobility. Whether the pain derives from a recent injury or is a condition you have suffered with for years, physical therapy can help. Our team will work with you to strengthen the muscles, relieve the pain in the area, and improve your range of motion, helping you to be able to continue doing the things you love.
If you have suffered a stroke, you may need to relearn basic and complex motor skills, or ease any consequential muscle spasms. Stroke rehabilitation aims to help you improve function and increase mobility in any area of the body impacted by your stroke.
We work with patients who have undergone all types of surgeries. Surgery and the recovery period can take a toll on the body, causing decreased strength, flexibility, and range of motion, and increased pain. We will create an individualized rehabilitation plan to help you get back to your pre-surgical function.
The sacroiliac joint is the joint that connecting the sacrum and the hip bones. When a patient has sacroiliac dysfunction, it can cause pain and discomfort throughout the lower back and legs. Utilizing manual therapy, specific exercises and modalities, we can help patients overcome sacroiliac dysfunction, decreasing pain and improving mobility.