Bacharach Outpatient Physical Therapy Center Marlton
Jay Maccarella, PT, MPT, brings 20 years of experience to his role as Director of Bacharach Physical Therapy Marlton. An athlete and sports enthusiast, Jay enjoys helping injured athletes return to sport safely and successfully.
Jay provides individualized care to people with an entire spectrum of issues. He treats balance problems, gait disorders, post-concussion management, post-joint replacement therapy, back, neck or shoulder pain.
Bacharach Marlton Address and Contact Information
63 East Route 70
Marlton, NJ 08053
Director: Jay Maccarella, PT, MSPT
Certifications: IASTM, 3d Maps, FMS Level 1, Kinesiotaping- FMT
Bacharach Marlton Hours
Monday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Outpatient Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
Marlton offers state-of-the-art therapy for all sports injuries. We evaluate each athlete to determine the area of dysfunction and compose an individualized care plan. The plan will address pain, soft tissue damage, range of motion and strength. Most importantly, we will work with each athlete to guide them safely back to their sport.
Bacharach therapists use modalities to reduce pain and inflammation caused by arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Additionally, we will offer a care plan featuring exercises to increase mobility and function.
Our therapy team will assess patients after auto injury for pain and loss of function. They will use strengthening exercises and a variety of modalities to restore normal funtion.
A Bacharach therapist will evaluate the patient to determine the underlying cause and develop an appropriate care plan.
When dizziness, nausea and trouble concentrating after a concussion persist, physical therapy can help.
After an evaluation for balance deficits, physical therapy can offer exercises to improve walking pattern
Hip and Knee Replacements
Physical therapy after hip and knee replacements helps patients improve their range of motion, strength and balance. As a result, patients reduce pain and regain function.
Kinesiotape provides support and allows the wearer to optimize biomechanical performance.
Manual therapy is a highly skilled technique of hands-on therapy. Therapists use manual therapy to identify areas of dysfunction and to restore proper alignment.
Bacharach’s physical therapist will provide pain relief and edema management as the area heals. Next, the focus will be mobility and function.
Because fatigue can make MS symptoms worse, therapy will teach patients energy conservation techniques. It will also address transfer mobility and identifying adaptive equipment.
One of the main goals of physical therapy is identifying the underlying source of pain and using exersise and modalities to eliminate the cause of the pain.
Our physical therapist will perform a postural assessment and a gait evaluation. The therapist will then develop an exercise plan designed to increase range of motion and improve gait and balance.
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Repetive motion injuries cause micro trauma that cumulates over time. As a result, the therapist will address limitations and propose activity modification.
Rotator Cuff, Throwers
The goal of therapy for rotator cuff, throwing and other shoulder injuries is to improve strength, range of motion and function. Similarly, therapy should decrease pain and weakness.
Therapy for injured runners will include assessment of ankle and foot alignment and analysis of running biomechanics.
Sprains and Strains
Physical therapy will help reduce pain caused by sprains and strains. Using modalities, manual therapy, strengthening exercises and instruments, the therapist will work to reduce swelling and increase range of motion.
The goal of therapy after a stroke or CVA is to improve balance and reduce weakness. After a full assessment, the therapist will focus on improving function.