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Advanced Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercises are highly selective physical activities that will be assigned by your physical therapist or chiropractor in order to restore and maintain strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, mobility, balance, and stability. The exercises assigned will be based on each individual patient’s diagnosis, assessment, and goals. The goal of these exercises is to help return a patient to their pre-injury state pain-free.

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Therapeutic Exercises

"I am so thankful for a great PT at USA Sports Medicine. Dr. Alex Renda, is very knowledgeable and gives individualized attention and maximum effort to getting you back to normal. Even though it feels like normal may never come, he has a positive spirit and urges you to continue both exercising at therapy and at home. I feel lucky to have found this place. Jen, his office assistant, is so friendly and kind. Overall a winning choice. I highly recommend them! "

- Barbara Cardeso

"I have nothing but GREAT things to say about this place. Alex and his staff are extremely knowledgeable and professional. Alex was able to identify the source of my lower back pain during my first visit and I felt better just after one session. He also taught me exercises to do at home to strengthen my back that would avoid future injury. I would definitely recommend them. "

- Edwin Meza

"I was referred to Bill Kelly and USA Sports Medicine by my back doctor. The facility is awesome - super clean, new, and state of the art equipment. Bill is extremely knowledgeable and gave me many exercises which help greatly with my back issues. Office staff is always super friendly. I highly recommend Bill as a PT. "

- Carol Trowbridge

How can we help you?

At USA Sports Medicine we implement the latest in corrective exercises for any injury. The goal at our practice is to help you through your current injury and minimize your risk of re-injury through effective corrective exercises. Our therapists aren’t going to give you the same, cookie-cutter exercises you will see used at most physical therapy practices. The exercises given to each patient are unique to them and their condition. You will get exercises that are proven to be the most effective based on current research. Not only are these exercises the most effective but, with such a large exercise bank at our disposal, you will constantly be performing new exercises to keep the sessions interesting and fun. Our therapists are all exercise specialists ready to provide your muscles with a variety of demands to get you back to handle anything thrown at you in the real world.

Miami Lakes Facility Location

Studies show improved pain relief, at least for the first 6 months when compared to cortisone injection – a safer alternative to a cortisone injection.e

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