Services Offered At 4UR Recovery


In order to achieve complete rehabilitation, Physical Therapy offers a stand-alone land therapy program as well as a combined aquatic and land therapy program, depending on your needs. Here are some of the main benefits of physical therapy:

Physical therapy increases range of motion in joints.

Arthritis, swelling, osteoporosis and other conditions can limit the range of motion in your joints. Exercises at physical therapy can help increase the range of motion in your joints, and improve their ability to function properly.

Physical therapy relieves chronic pain.

Managing the discomfort of chronic pain, whether in your back, neck, shoulder, wrist, or any other part of your body, can be easier when you see a physical therapist routinely. They will help you perform exercises to improve your flexibility, increase range of motion, and reduce pain.

Physical therapy can help you heal from injury.

Common injuries that physical therapy helps speed up the recovery process include tennis elbow, sprained ankle, even sports injuries. it takes anywhere from several weeks to several months to heal your injury depending on the severity. Physical therapy can help you heal more efficiently, as it may help to decrease swelling and inflammation, and increase the strength in your muscles.

Physical therapy plays a major role in post-surgery recovery

Post-surgery physical therapy is very common, and for good reason. Your physical therapist will create a recovery plan for you, with each exercise targeting a specific area of the body to strengthen the muscle and help to begin your path toward recovery.

Physical therapy decreases stress

Dealing with a physical impairment—whether due to surgery, runner’s knee, or any other reason—can be stressful. By effectively addressing your injury or condition through physical therapy, you’re much more likely to feel less stressed and experience more efficient healing and recovery.


Could include stretching, strengthening, dynamic stabilization, pilates exercises, physioball training, isokinetics, closed kinetic training, progressive resistance exercises, and cardiovascular circuit training.


Could include gait training, ascending/descending stairs, bed mobility, transfers (rising from a seated position to standing or getting out of bed).

• MOIST HEAT/COLD PACKS: Used to reduce inflammation and/or pain.

• ELECTRICAL STIMULATION: Used to reduce pain, improve muscle strength and tone, reduce swelling.

• ULTRASOUND: Used to assist with resolution of inflammation and pain.

• MASSAGE: Used to reduce muscle spasm, decrease pain and improve your function.

• MANUAL THERAPY TECHNIQUES: Used to reduce pain, increase range of motion and allow quicker return to pain-free activities. Examples of Manual Therapy Techniques include MFR, joint mobs, stretching, Graston, IASTM, manual resistant exercises, and many more.


Benefits of Aquatic Therapy:

• WARM WATER: facilitates muscle relaxation and increases peripheral circulation; stimulates body awareness, balance, and trunk stability

• VISCOSITY OF WATER: provides resistance for strength training

• THE REDUCTION OF GRAVITATIONAL FORCES: in the pool allows the patient to stand and begin gait training and strengthening exercises without causing further damage to healing structures

• BUOYANCY: in warm water results in decreased pain sensitivity and supports the joints and one's body weight. It reduces gravitational pull and lessens compressive forces overall.

• IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT MORALE: and confidence can be established by providing a positive medium in which to function

Our mission is to champion aquatic physical therapy to optimize lifelong movement, function, and wellness.