FAQ

We provide physical therapy and rehabilitation for injuries related to sports or car accidents and for patients recovering from surgery or stroke. We also provide therapeutic massage therapy.
After undergoing surgery your body needs to return to its normal state. Physical therapy and rehabilitation by a professional, knowledgeable physical therapist can help. By stretching your muscles and using various exercises, you begin your return to normal activities with ease. Resuming normal activities without proper rehabilitation poses the risk of reinjuring yourself, resulting in more time off from work, sports, or everyday events. If you are in the Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, or Delray Beach area and have had surgery or a stroke, Aberdeen Physical Therapy can help you get your life back!
Each treatment is unique and designed for each patient’s specific needs. No two people are the same. That’s why we customize an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Some treatments can include therapeutic massage therapy, therapeutic exercises, hands-on manual therapy, and ice or heat therapy. These are just a few of the treatments available.
While personal trainers are skilled in exercise and nutrition, they are not medically trained for rehabilitation and therapy. Personal trainers teach you to do exercises properly in a general way, check your technique, and keep you motivated. They do not provide as much detailed information about your musculoskeletal system as a physical therapist. There is specific training required for the field of physical therapy, which is far beyond exercise. The PT team at Aberdeen Physical Therapy in Boynton Beach assesses problems and weaknesses, and designs a detailed program to meet your specific needs.
Yes, in most cases. Each case is different, though, and you will need to check with your insurance provider to verify coverage. We accept almost every health insurance provider. You can contact a member of our staff for more information. We accept patients with or without insurance in Palm Beach County, including Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and Boynton Beach.
At Aberdeen Physical Therapy in Boynton Beach, we accept patients of all ages for injury therapy, sports therapy, physical therapy, and massage therapy. Our office is always accepting new patients from Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and surrounding areas.
Children can benefit tremendously from physical therapy after a sports-related injury or surgery. After surgery, physical therapy and rehabilitation by a caring, patient, and informative physical therapist can help children as well as adults. By stretching the muscles and using various exercises, your child can begin a return to normal activities and sports with ease. Resuming sports and other activities without proper rehabilitation poses the risk of your child reinjuring himself, resulting in more time off from school, sports, or everyday events. If you are in the Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, or Delray Beach area and have a child who has a sports-related injury or recent surgery and needs rehab, Aberdeen Physical Therapy can help!
On your first visit, the physical therapist will perform a thorough evaluation to gain a more specific understanding of your condition or injury and what injury therapy is needed. The staff at Aberdeen Physical Therapy will address all your concerns and answer questions regarding the rehabilitation that is needed. Your physical therapist will use the information obtained from your evaluation to formulate a therapy program designed for your specific needs. A rehabilitation program will be developed based upon the problems identified and the individual patient's personal goals. At Aberdeen PT in Boynton Beach, we give each patient the attention they deserve during each and every visit.
In general,you should wear comfortable clothes and shoes to allow for evaluation and movement during your physical therapy session.
Yes! At Aberdeen Physical Therapy, we teach our patients exercises and stretches as part of their complete rehabilitation after a surgery or sports-related injury. This helps to continue the rehabilitation process between physical therapy sessions. You can always feel free to contact Aberdeen Physical Therapy with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your rehabilitation.