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CORE Physical Therapy - Neurological Therapy


Where Focus Is Key

Injuries or disorders relating to the neurological makeup of your body must be treated with attention and care. CORE Physical Therapy is keenly aware of these situations, and we take special care to ensure maximum comfort and results. We will help you understand your ailment and ensure you get the best treatment possible, so you can return to normal living. Our licensed physical therapists are skilled to assess and create a personalized healing program for long-term care and success. CORE Physical Therapy is committed to achieving your therapy goals, and we’ll make sure you receive the best staff and service available.

Our CORE competencies focus on the following areas of expertise and respective diagnoses:

  • Post CVA/Stroke

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Headaches

  • Chronic Pain

  • Sciatica

  • Radiculopathy

  • Brachial Plexus Injury

  • Numbness and Tingling

  • ALS

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Post-Polio

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Brain Injury

  • Neuropathy

  • Crush Injuries

  • Vestibular/Balance Training

  • Difficulty Walking

Boxing for Parkinson's Disease: "Parkinson’s disease is classically defined as a disorder of movement and is known to reduce generalized gait and balance. Not only does it affect physical function, but it is also found to affect cognitive, autonomic, and mood as well. Executive function is the ability to plan, organize, and regulate goal-directed behavior and is a neuropsychological deficit that is most frequently observed in patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Unfortunately, there is no cure for this progressive nervous system disorder, but there are ways to slow the advancement. Cue in CORE Physical Therapy! Here at the Fullerton CORE Physical Therapy clinic, we offer a 45-minute boxing class targeted at patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Collective evidence shows that various kinds of exercise may reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease and have positive impacts on both motor and non-motor symptoms related to Parkinson’s disease. Exercise is also shown to have selective benefits for cognitive functioning by improving frontal lobe-based executive function! Some benefits from boxing-based exercise include improved balance, cardiovascular conditioning, generalized strengthening, and improved motor coordination, and can help with small-voice disorders associated with Parkinson’s disease as well. Through the boxing class offered at CORE Physical Therapy, we can help play a preventative and maintenance role for your physical fitness and mental health.” — Rachel Kim, PT, DPT

You’ve never known therapy like it!

Take the first step towards optimal health by calling us today and
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