Welcome to a place where patients come first! We are a state-of-the-art outpatient physical therapy center serving Brevard County from five locations. We are committed to offering our patients a center of excellence for the treatment of pain and/or disability. We take the best that technology has to offer and combine it with superior therapy, exercise and other interventional techniques.
The mission of Beachside Physical Therapy is to help our patients reach the maximum potential for their physical needs and abilities. Our purpose is to also assist patients out of pain and discomfort and well on the way to an improved quality of life. Finally, to be known as the best physical therapy practice in our community which obtains excellent results with the most empathetic, friendly, and efficient staff in the community.
It is our policy to ensure each and every patient is scheduled for their evaluation with our physical therapists within 24 hours so that they may experience our high-quality, hands-on care!
At your first physical therapy visit, your physical therapist will review your medical history and do a physical evaluation. Depending on your diagnosis or symptoms, your therapist may evaluate your flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, posture, and/or heart rate and respiration. Your therapist may look at how you walk or get up from lying down (functional activities), along with how you use and position your body as you perform activities (body mechanics). The therapist will work with you to decide on your goals for physical therapy and to begin planning your treatment. You may or may not begin your actual therapy at the first visit, but we recommend you do dress comfortably.
The goal is always to improve your ability to do your daily tasks and activities. As with any exercise, you may have mild soreness or swelling as a result of treatment, and these should be noted by your therapist. Your therapist will watch your reaction to treatment (for example, if you have swelling or become out of breath) and will adjust your treatment as needed. This ongoing assessment and adjustment means that the risk of any injury or complication from physical therapy is very low.
In most cases, part of your physical therapy will be education. Your therapist may teach you about a home exercise program, proper body mechanics, and the use of any special equipment you may need. He or she will then periodically check on how well you are transferring the skills you learn in therapy to your daily life.
Your physical therapist will continually reassess your progress toward your treatment goals. He or she will work with you and your doctors to plan for your discharge from physical therapy..
Beachside Physical Therapy has been helping the community for 12+ years providing superior rehabilitation and health services We have multiple locations in Brevard County Florida including Indialantic, Viera, Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach and Palm Bay.