PMC's Princeton Rehabilitation provides comprehensive rehabilitation services, including:
Certified Lymphedema Management
Lymphedema management helps decrease abnormal accumulation of protein-rich fluids from patients’ arms, legs, neck and genital area. A highly skilled certified lymphedema therapist, with experience in LeDuc and CDT/Vodder methods, provides one-on-one treatment individualized to each patient’s needs, including manual lymph drainage, compression bandaging, education and exercises to increase lymph flow and decrease edema.
The concussion program offers a comprehensive evaluation and individualized treatment plan for an individual with concussion. Treatment can improve symptoms commonly occurring with concussion. Symptoms may include headache, dizziness, loss of balance, changes in vision and sensitivity to light or noise, nausea and concentration difficulties.
Our specially trained dance rehabilitation program offers expert physical therapists who specialize in treating dancers. Designed to evaluate and treat dancers based on their individual needs, this program uses dance-specific therapeutic activities to help dancers return to and even exceed their prior level of performance.
Top ballet schools and dance companies throughout New Jersey and New York have chosen the PMC Dance Rehabilitation Program to help dancers reach their individual performance goals.
Ergonomic Assessments & Industrial Rehabilitation
Our staff of certified ergonomic assessment specialists conduct on-site postural and functional assessments of your work site, helping you better utilize muscle strength and function, while reducing pain or chance of injury at work.
Our specially trained golf rehabilitation therapists are certified by the Titleist Performance Institute. They are skilled to perform a comprehensive swing/form analysis and functional movement screens to accurately determine areas of deficits during the various phases of golf.
Using cutting-edge biofeedback wearable technology (K-Vest), our certified golf rehab specialist will provide comprehensive biomechanical analysis of your motion. This can optimize your motion, decrease stresses on your body during the swing and follow-through, encourage proper technique and focus on injury prevention.
Our certified hand therapist evaluates and designs an individualized program to help you recover from various procedures and injuries, including postsurgical care, tendon and nerve injuries, scar management and desensitization, and nerve compression syndromes, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. In addition, the hand therapist fits and makes custom-fabricated splints on-site for preoperative, postoperative, post-injury and functional use.
Hip and Knee Surgery Rehabilitation
Post-surgical exercises emphasize stretching and strengthening of the hip or knee after replacement, reconstruction or other hip/knee procedures.
LSVT BIG for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease
Our therapists are certified in LSVT BIG®, an evidence-based approach in the treatment of patients with Parkinson’s Disease. LSVT BIG is an exercise treatment program based on the principle that the brain can learn and change. The focus of the program is on increased amplitude of limb and body movements (Bigness) to improve gait, balance and function.
Our specialized musician program provides you with strength and flexibility exercises to alleviate playing-related physical stress from musculoskeletal injuries caused by repetitive motions and static positions.
Therapy can provide benefits to an individual with MS, Parkinson’s disease, stroke or other neurological conditions. Physical therapy can decrease dizziness, falls and spasticity, while improving strength, mobility and balance.
Otago Exercise Program
The Otago Program is an evidenced-based home experience program focusing on exercise to aid in the prevention of falls. This program has been demonstrated to effectively improve both strength and balance.
To manage and relieve pain in patients with chronic pain, we offer comprehensive treatment that includes a wide range of modalities, manual therapy and flexibility exercises. These therapies are offered in conjunction with home exercise routines.
Pelvic Health Rehabilitation
The Pelvic Wellness Program at PMC provides exceptional care for men, women and children who have pelvic floor dysfunction, including urinary and fecal incontinence, overactive bladder and urinary dysfunction, constipation, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain related disorders and postsurgical adhesions.
Rehabilitation for Sports Injuries
Sports-specific rehabilitation programs are designed to improve flexibility, joint stability, endurance and conditioning, so patients can return to sporting activities. We offer specialized treatment programs for golf, tennis, swimming, basketball and baseball.
Therapy for Back & Neck Pain
Physical Therapy can relieve pain and improve muscular flexibility and strength. The therapist uses specific treatments and techniques based on current evidence. These techniques include McKenzie, dynamic lumbar stabilization, postural awareness and mobilization.
Therapists with specialized training evaluate dizziness, vertigo and loss of balance due to inner ear disorders or neurologic dysfunction. Specific treatment techniques are performed to decrease and eliminate symptoms to optimize outcomes.
For more information about the Outpatient Rehabilitation Network, call 1.609.853.7840.