Physical Therapy

Our New Physical Therapy Clinic Is Now Open In West Bloomfield


It is with great enthusiasm that we announce the recent expansion of our physical therapy services.

We are offering the same high quality physical therapy services in our newclinic located in West Bloomfield at the intersection of Maple Rd. and Drake Rd. Hours for the new clinic are 8:30 to 5:00 Monday through Friday. Insurances currently accepted are Medicare, Workers Compensation, Auto, Blue Cross Traditional, BCBS PPO Trust, and Blue Preferred Plus.

6525 W Maple Rd, Suite A
West Bloomfield Township


You have probably heard of the profession of physical therapy. Maybe you have had a conversation with a friend about how physical therapy helped get rid of his or her back pain, or you might know someone who needed physical therapy after an injury. You might even have been treated by a physical therapist yourself. But have you ever wondered about physical therapists–who they are and what they do? Many people are familiar with physical therapists’ work helping patients with orthopedic problems, such as low back pain or knee surgeries, to reduce pain and regain function. Others may be aware of the treatment that physical therapists provide to assist patients recovering from a stroke (e.g., assisting them with recovering use of their limbs and walking again).

The ability to maintain an upright posture and to move your arms and legs to perform all sorts of tasks and activities is an important component of your health. Most of us can learn to live with the various medical conditions that we may develop, but only if we are able to continue at our jobs, take care of our families, and enjoy important occasions with family and friends. All of these activities require the ability to move without difficulty or pain.

The cornerstones of physical therapy treatment are therapeutic exercise and functional training. In addition to “hands-on” care, physical therapists also educate patients to take care of themselves and to perform certain exercises on their own. Depending on the particular needs of a patient, physical therapists may also “mobilize” a joint (that is, perform certain types of movements at the end of your range of motion) or massage a muscle to promote proper movement and function. Physical therapists also use methods such as ultrasound (which uses high frequency waves to produce heat), hot packs, and ice. Although other kinds of practitioners will offer some of these treatments as “physical therapy,” it’s important for you to know that physical therapy can only be provided by qualified physical therapists or by physical therapist assistants, who must complete a 2-year education program and who work only under the direction and supervision of physical therapists.

Oakland Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Institute

Oakland Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Institute

Oakland Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Institute Services

We specialize in physical therapy before and after the following orthopaedic surgeries:

  • Hip and knee replacement surgery
  • Back surgery
  • Neck surgery
  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • Shoulder surgery
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Anterior cruciate ligament knee surgery
  • Pediatric orthopaedic surgery
  • Bone fracture surgery

We also offer comprehensive care of non-surgical orthopaedic conditions such as:

  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Neck and back pain

At Oakland Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Institute, your Oakland Orthopaedic surgeon and the physical therapist have designed your rehabilitation program.

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Oakland Orthopaedic Surgeons

30575 Woodward Avenue
Royal Oak, MI 48073

Tel:(248) 280-8550

Fax:(248) 280-8571

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