Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Rehabilitation at the JCC MetroWest

Whether you have sustained a serious injury, are recovering from a significant surgical procedure, or suffering from a condition that affects your mobility, physical therapy will likely be key to restoring you to optimal health. Our dedicated physicians, specialists, and physical therapists offer these key, transitional treatments to ensure that our patients and their loved ones can get back to their day-to-day activity as swiftly and safely as possible. If you're interested in learning more about our physical therapy programs, contact us today.

Services offered by our physical therapists:

  • Musculoskeletal dysfunctions
  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Concussion Injuries
  • Golf Rehab
  • Post-Surgical Rehab
  • Joint Replacement Therapy
  • Gait/running dysfunction
  • Biodex Testing
  • Blood Flow Restriction Training

Golf Rehabilitation

If you have injured yourself playing golf or have an injury that is preventing you from playing golf, you should be rehabbing with a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) specialist. The TPI method was designed to return you to golf and get you playing at a higher level then you were before the injury. We analyze 16 different physical tests that are specific to the golf swing. These physical test results combined with your specific swing characteristics help to build your body-swing connection. If you have been working on improving your swing and have not had your body evaluated, you are missing a key piece to the puzzle.

Bidoex Testing

When it comes to returning to a sport or labor-intensive job after an injury it is important to ensure your body is ready. Most re-injuries occur because the person was not strong enough to return. The Biodex is the most accurate tool to assess force production in physical rehabilitation. At the end of your testing, you will receive an easy to read graph highlighting your physical capacities and limitations. This will help give you the confidence that you are ready to get back to your life.

Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT)

After injury or surgery, improving strength and muscle growth is a high priority. However, after injury, most individuals are unable to lift heavy weights to induce muscle adaptation. BFRT allows the strength and hypertrophy phases of rehabilitation to begin earlier. With BFRT, a pneumatic cuff is applied at the top part of the muscle that is being trained. The cuff is inflated to a specific pressure to decrease the blood flow to that muscle. This creates an environment that allows for increased muscle growth.

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