Whatever type of physical rehabilitation you need, it’s critical you get a program that’s tailored for you. Only an experienced physical therapist can evaluate where you’re at and what course of action will get you to where you want to be. Hope Rehab is fully staffed with experienced physical therapists with extensive experience in all areas of physical therapy. Wherever you’re at in your recovery journey, we can help you get back to a better way of life.
Orthopedic and Sports Rehab
Get an individualized therapeutic rehab program designed for your unique circumstance. Rehab programs improve range of motion, strength, and stability following surgery, an injury, or from chronic sprains and strain. Our physical therapists are trained to provide evidence-based, one on one care, with the goal of restoring function and eliminating pain.
Sports Training is Available for:
- Balance & Coordination
*We’re a certified Sports Metrics provider for ACL Injury prevention.
Rehabilitation in our indoor heated pool is one of the things that sets us apart from other rehabilitation facilities. The advantages aquatic rehab offers are unmatched. The scope of patient diagnoses treated through aquatic rehab include:
- Chronic Pain
Your aquatic therapist will customize and train you in aquatic exercises that are appropriate for you. If you want to continue your aquatic exercise program after your therapy ends, you can transition to our community-based wellness program for a small fee.
Dry Needling (DN) can be an effective treatment for chronic pain. DN involves the insertion of a thin solid filament needle into a trigger point in the muscle. The purpose of DN is to release the muscle tension and pain, and to “reset” the muscle allowing it to heal.
DN can help with:
- Chronic pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- And More
From age 0 -18 we’re able to work with children and teens of any age and any diagnosis including:
- Musculoskeletal conditions
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Brain injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Orthopedic and Sports Rehab
Pelvic Floor Rehab (Male & Female)
Do you experience any of the following?
- Pelvic Pain
- Organ prolapse
- Pregnancy lower back pain
- Lower abdominal/groin pain
- Bladder dysfunction
- Tailbone pain
Pelvic health rehabilitation restores musculoskeletal and postural dysfunctions which contribute to bladder and bowel control loss, sexual dysfunction, and pelvic pain. At Hope Rehab Katy, a highly specialized group of physical therapists use different treatment techniques including bladder training, pelvic floor relaxation, and coordination techniques to reduce pain and promote healthy function.
Neurological rehabilitation focuses on improving the communication pathways that your brain is struggling to use and retraining muscles to perform functional tasks through repetitive therapeutic activities and exercises. When key messages from your brain are not reaching the affected parts of your body, it can result in loss of function, movement, and sensation.
Our team of highly trained physical therapists are specialists in the treatment of all neurological conditions including:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Parkinson’s disease.
Vestibular & Balance
Are you experiencing dizziness? The cause of dizziness may be due to an inner ear dysfunction or vestibular disorder. Physical therapists specialize in the area of therapy called vestibular rehabilitation therapy. The goals of vestibular rehabilitation therapy are to improve balance, reduce dizziness and vertigo and return patients to all activities of daily living independently.
Fall Risk Assessment and Gait Analysis
Are you or your loved one at risk for a fall?
A physical therapist can assess your balance and evaluate the way you move, walk and run. Whether you are 8 or 80 years old, the analysis will identify any postural, joint or movement related problems that may put you at risk of an injury or a fall. If you’ve had a recent fall, injury or change in your activity level, an analysis allows your physical therapist to more accurately identify the source of your problem.
Concussions occur not just in sport. Falls, car accidents, water sports, and even roller coasters have been associated with concussions. Concussion management requires an interdisciplinary approach, including neuropsychologist, physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers. The therapists will perform an in-depth assessment and determine what needs to be addressed to reduce and eliminate your symptoms. Utilizing the latest research, physical therapists address headaches, dizziness, neck pain, fatigue, and balance.