Recovering from surgery?
After surgery, our muscles "shut off" due to swelling within the joint which limits the ability of our joint receptors to effectively communicate with our brain. This will then slow down or halt neuromuscular connections. Our goal is to decrease the swelling within the joint and reestablish these neuromuscular connections as quickly as possible in order to get your muscles to fire and function optimally. Improving range of motion is extremely important after surgery in order to ensure the proper bio-mechanical function of your joints and the surrounding tissue.
Goals of post-operative recovery:
Decrease localized inflammation and swelling
Decrease pain and discomfort
Improve range of motion of the surrounding tissue and joints
Reestablish neuromuscular connections and proper joint bio-mechanics
Reeducate the surrounding muscles
Strengthen the surrounding muscles
Maintain and improve flexibility of the neighboring joints and muscles
Regain full function
Get back to doing what you love
Why Choose Us
WE CARE ABOUT YOU AND YOUR HEALTH AND WILL DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO ENSURE YOUR TREATMENT AND RECOVERY SURPASSES YOUR EXPECTATIONS
Meet Our Therapists
Dr. Kimberly S. Seman
Dr. Kimberly S. Seman PT, DPT, CSCS, CHC Owner of F.I.T. PT, is a Board Certified Physical Therapist....
Venetia C. Reilly
Venetia C. Reilly, PT has been a practicing Physical Therapist for 37 years, graduating from Northeastern University...
Dhruti (Trudy) Dirajlal
Trudy has twenty years of professional experience in demonstrating competitively how Physical Therapy....
After six months of suffering sciatica, going to a chiropractor and acupuncture with no relief, I found this company and Dr. Kimberly Seman whom after 4 or 5 visits rendered me pain free. She is so knowledgeable about the body and I knew instantly after our first session I was on my way to recovery. I must also add how very sweet and kind she was as she performed her skills on me. I will be forever grateful to her.