Brewer Physical Therapy in northwest Louisiana offers state-of-the-art physical therapy treatments for a comprehensive range of conditions. We treat patients of all ages, including children, and are currently accepting new patients.
We offer in-office treatments for vestibular dysfunction (vertigo or dizziness) as well as pre- and post-surgical care with the area’s only outpatient Alter-G Anti-Gravity Treadmill®. In addition, our tried-and-true approaches like manual therapy and trigger point therapy remain some of our most popular PT services.
We also treat a comprehensive range of women’s health issues, including pregnancy-related sciatica, rib pain, painful intercourse, urinary incontinence, and more, using pelvic floor strengthening exercises and other therapies.
All of our individualized treatment plans are designed for optimum patient outcomes.
Get the Rehab You Need – Wherever You Are
We are transforming the patient experience you’ve come to know and love at Brewer Physical Therapy – with telerehab video visits! Find out more about Brewer PT’s telehealth services.
Brewer Physical Therapy has launched in-home physical therapy visits, which provides exceptional PT to patients who want to remain in the comfort of their own homes.
Home-based physical therapy enables patients to maintain and improve their strength and mobility and alleviate pain while working toward accomplishing functional goals – all while enjoying the comfort and convenience of their own spaces.
In-home physical therapy is now available in Shreveport, Bossier City, Benton, Haughton, Minden, Keithville, Stonewall, and the surrounding areas in Louisiana. Please call or text our office at (318) 222-8892 for more details.
As always, therapy conducted at a Brewer Physical Therapy location offers you the most comprehensive access to the PT care you need, including:
- Balance / proprioceptive training
- Evaluation and assessment
- Gait training
- Home exercise program
- Joint mobilization
- Manual traction
- Myofascial release
- Neuromuscular re-education
- Patient education
- Postural evaluation and correction
- Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
- Soft-tissue mobilization
- Therapeutic exercise
- Weight loss (Ideal Protein)
When you visit us, our skilled physical therapists utilize a wide range of advanced treatment methods to improve your range of motion, reduce pain, and heal your body. The methods we use include:
- Anti-gravity treadmill
- Electrical stimulation
- Heat therapy
- Kinesio taping
- McConnell taping
- Mechanical traction
- Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)
- Ultrasound therapy
Find out about the efforts we are making to protect patients as well as our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.
At Brewer Physical Therapy, we provide exercise-based vestibular therapy for our patients suffering from dizziness or balance disorders. The problems that can cause dizziness, vertigo, and balance problems are extremely common and can run the gamut from minor to severe, including:
- Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
- Vestibular neuritis
- Meniere’s disease
Dizziness and vertigo can have a significant impact on your ability to function on a day-to-day basis. Fortunately, at Brewer Physical Therapy, we offer some of the most effective therapy aimed at retraining your vestibular system to better regulate itself – so you can regain stability and balance. Our vestibular therapy – a type of exercise rehab – uses a combination of active and passive therapies to help relieve your symptoms.
Physical Therapy Services in Shreveport, Bossier City & Minden, LA
Find out more about all the PT services we offer and how we can help you by contacting Brewer Physical Therapy today. Call us at (318) 222-8892 (Shreveport), (318) 747-8892 (Bossier City), or (318) 639-9536 (Minden) to arrange your care through a telehealth video visit, in-home physical therapy, or a visit to one of our offices. You can also go ahead and schedule your appointment with us right now.
LATEST PHYSICAL THERAPY RESEARCH
Is physical therapy (PT) better than steroid injections? A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that patients with knee osteoarthritis treated with PT experienced less pain and better physical function after one year than patients who received steroid injections. These findings suggest the benefits of PT for knee osteoarthritis may be more long-lasting than earlier believed.