After Care
It takes longer for foot injuries to heal because we never stop using our feet!

Don't jump into a new exercise program too quickly; always progress slowly and let your muscles, joints and bones adapt to the new stresses.

Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. Respect what your body is telling you and modify your activity or stop if you are hurting.

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After Care



Once your prescribed course of treatment is completed, your relationship with Ridgefield Physical Therapy does not come to an end.  We encourage you to continue your personalized regimen of targeted exercises at home to enhance your recovery, increase strength and mobility, as well as to prevent future injury or agitation to the affected area.

We offer a modified, fee-based, follow-up program to enable you to continue your therapy once your insurance coverage is terminated.  Your Aftercare program allows you to continue using our state of the art facility with oversight by our professional team. These visits will allow the therapists to check the injury site and modify your home-based exercise regimen to reflect changes and/or improvements to your range of motion or degree of pain.  You may also opt for massage therapy to assist in your on-going recovery (see "Massage Therapy" to read how this complements a physical therapy treatment plan).

We can also assist in helping you return to sports or other physical activities in a safe manner that will not compromise your recovery.  We teach special techniques for modified approaches to activities that will not cause future injury or relapse.  Returning to work, sports and other activities is a significant step in recovering from injury, surgery or illness, and optimally should be done under the professional guidance of our therapist to make this transition safely.  In today's environment of limited insurance coverage, Ridgefield Physical Therapy supports your care even when insurance companies terminate assistance.



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