Bacharach Outpatient Physical Therapy Center Manahawkin

Bacharach Outpatient Physical Therapy Center Manahawkin

 
Manahawkin Physical Therapy offers treatment for orthopedic and neurologic conditions in a welcoming setting. Manahawkin is also “home base” for our home therapy provider, Randi Dellova, who can treat patients in the home until they are strong enough to travel to the outpatient setting.
 
In addition, Randi is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, and offers the treatment both in the home and at the Manahawkin outpatient physical therapy center.
 
Clinical director Yasmin Sares, PT, DPT and Liz Cheney, PTA see patients for a wide range of injuries and conditions, including back and neck pain, post-joint replacement, balance and gait issues and sports injuries and concussions.
 

Bacharach Manahawkin Address and Contact Information

 
Address
691 Mill Creek Road, Suite #12
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
 
Contact Us
Phone: 609-489-0200
Fax: 609-489-0244

Driving Directions

 

Director:

Yasmin Sares, PT, DPT

Clinicians:

Elizabeth Cheney, PTA

Randi Dellova, PT, MPT, CLT

 

 

 

 

Bacharach Manahawkin Hours

Monday           8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday          8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday   8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Thursday        8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Friday            8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

Outpatient Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services

 

Arthritis/Rheumatoid Arthritis

 
Treatments for arthritis include modalities (heat, cold, electric stim) to reduce inflammation, and exercises to increase mobility.

 

Athletic Injuries

 
Bacharach physical therapists are experts in helping athletes return to their sport after injury. They assess the areas of dyfunction, and use modalities and strengthening exercises to reduce pain and weakness, and build endurance.
 

Auto Injuries

 
The goal of therapy after auto injuries is to manage pain and restore normal function through exercise, strengthening, manual therapy, and instrument aided manipulation.

 

Balance

 
Patients are evaluated to identify underlying cause and treated accordingly. They are analysed for balance deficits and given proprioceptive and strength building exercises.

 

Concussion

 
Treatments for concussion may include physical therapy for strength and musculoskeletal issues. There may also be vestibular therapy for poor balance or dizziness. Our team will craft an individualized care plan to safely guide each patient back to school, sport, or leisure activities.
 

Gait/Walking

 
Individuals with gait problems are evaluated for balance deficits and offered exercise to improve form and walking pattern.

 

Hip and Knee Replacements

 
The goal of therapy after hip and knee replacement is to reduce pain, restore mobility and function and return safely to the activities of daily living.

 

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

 
This technique uses specially designed instruments to break up scar tissue and myofascial adhesions. This manual technique restores range of motion, eliminates pain and increases mobility.
 

Manual Therapy

 
Manual therapy is hands-on therapy to mobilize joints and soft tissue and restore proper alignment.

 

Meniscus

 
Therapy for people recovering from meniscus tear provides pain relief, edema management to maximize mobility.

 

Multiple Sclerosis

 
Therapy for people with MS includes pain management and learning energy conservation. There will also be emphasis on transfer training and identifying adaptive equipment.

 

Neck and Back Pain

 
Treatment for neck and back pain is focused on reducing muscle spasms, promoting proper alignment and posture and strengthening exercises.

 

Neurological disorders

 
Treatment for neurological disorders is aimed to improve proprioceptive neruo-muscular facilitation, in other words to improve balance, coordination and gait.

 

Pain

 
Physical therapy is a very effective method of pain management. Pain relieving modalities such as heat, cold and electric stim reduce pain. These may be followed by incremental exercises to slowly build strength and endurance while further reducing pain.

 

Parkinson’s

 
Parkinson’s patients undergo a postural assessment leading to balance and gait training.
 

Repetitive Motion Injuries

 
Therapy begins with a biomechanical assessment to address limitations and improve strength. Next the goal it to modify the performance of the activity to eliminate the action causing the injury.

 

Runners

 
Runners may have injuries caused by poor biomechanics. Each patient will be assesed to address ankle and foot alignment and gait irregularities. The goals are pain relief, increased strength and enduranca and a return to running.

 

Sports Medicine

 
Bacharach physical therapists treat all varieties of sports injuries. They evaluate and create an individualized plan of care for each patient. Using modalities, strengthening exercises, manual therapy, electric stim, kinesiotape and instrument aided soft tissue mobilization, they will guide each patient safely back to sport.
 

Sprains and Strains

 
The goals of treatment for strains and sprains are to reduce pain, decrease swelling and increase mobility. This may be accomplished using modalities, exercise and manual therapy.
 

Stroke/CVA

 
After stroke, many people face gait and balance challenges. Bacharach physical therapists work with these patients to improve balance and walking skills through strengthening and exercise.
 

Throwers

 
The therapist would perform a functional movement evaluation to identify weakness or imbalance. The dysfunction would be addressed by exercise and strengthening.