Bacharach Outpatient Physical Therapy Center North Cape May
Bacharach North Cape May Address and Contact Information
North Cape May Shopping Center
3860 Bayshore Road
North Cape May, NJ 08204
Bacharach North Cape May Hours
Monday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Outpatient Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
Arthritis/Rheumatoid Arthritis Therapy
The goal of treating arthritis is to reduce inflammation and reduce pain. Our therapist may use a variety of modalities, including strengthening exercises to increase mobility.
Auto injuries can have long term effects. Bacharach therapists will evaluate the patient for areas of dysfunction and work to reduce pain and return the patient to function.
After evaluation, a Bacharach therapist will design a plan of care to address the underlying cause of the balance deficit.
Dance and Gymnastic Injuries
Following a thorough evaluation to identify the limitations and impairments, the therapist will design a plan of care. It will include active and passive exercise, and balance re-education.
Our physical therapist will evaluate the patient to identify improper foot and ankle alignment.
Hip and Knee Replacements
Bacharach’s clinicians will work to decrease pain after hip or knee replacement, and to increase strength and range of motion.
Shoulder Rotator Cuff
Our therapist will use strengthening exercises and modalities to decrease pain and increase range of motion.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
IASTM is a technique that employs instruments to help break up scar tissue and increase blood blood flow to the area of dysfunction.
Sturdy flexible kinesiotape lends support and improves biomechanics in injured athletes, and for strains and sprains.
Meniscus, ACLs, LCLs, PCLs
Bacharach clinicians have many ways to treat injuries to the meniscus, ACL, LCL or PCL. After an evaluation, they may use active and passive therapeutic exercises, modalities such as estim and manual therapy techniques.
Multiple sclerosis is a progressive neurological disorder characterized by weakness and fatigue. Bacharach’s treatment would include energy conservation technigques, as well as strenghening exercises and strategies to maximize independence.
Neck and Back Pain
After a careful evaluation to identify the cause of the neck or back pain, Bacharach’s physical therapist would develop a plan of care. Above all, the plan would aim to reduce pain and improve function and mobility.
A Bacharach clinician will assess each patient to determine his or her needs and goals. Based on this evaluation, he will develop a care plan to maximize function and independence.
Parkinson’s disease affects gait, strength and communication. Our team uses specially designed exercises to improve balance and gait.
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Repetitive motion injuries are caused by tiny trauma that worsens over time. The therapist will work to identify ways to avoid performing the motions that are causing the injury.
Bacharach’s physical therapists are able to help injured athletes who play any sport. Runners, throwers, rowers – any sport has commonly seen injuries that pertain to its physical demands. Sports injuries include soft tissue injuries, sprains, strains, concussions and broken bones. Most importantly, the clinician would follow a careful back-to-sport protocal.
Sprains and Strains
Sprains and strains are not confined to sports. The first step in treating strains or sprains is a careful evaluation, followed by steps to reduce pain and swelling. Finally, exercise and modalities will promote healing and a return to activity.
The side effects of stroke are varied, but often include weakness on one side, which affects gait and balance. Bacharach’s skilled physical therapist will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the best exercises to improve strength, balance and gait.
Neck and Back Pain
Neck or back pain can be crippling and interfere with daily function. A Bacharach physical therapist will first assess the patient to determine the underlying cause of the pain.
Next, he will prepare a plan of care to address the areas of dysfunction.