Physical Therapy for Lyme Disease
Western Berks Physical Therapy & Wellness Center has expanded its professional and expert service in patient care with a growing concern for those who suffer with Lyme Disease.
Lyme Disease is an inflammatory infection caused by the bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi, which is transmitted through tick bites. In the eastern United States, Lyme is spread by the deer tick, known as the black-legged tick (lxodes scapularis.) Symptoms of Lyme Disease are not necessarily the same for every infected individual, however the most common early signs of the disease include flu-like symptoms and a rash. Late-stage Lyme Disease symptoms can occur weeks, months, or even years after the initial exposure.
Symptoms of Lyme Disease often include:
- Constant fatigue
- Muscle pain
- Joint pain or swelling
- Tingling/numbness or burning sensations
- Headaches with neck and back stiffness
- Poor balance
Benefits of Lyme Disease Management at Western Berks
Physical therapists at Western Berks Physical Therapy teach patients personalized and gentle exercises to relieve Lyme Disease symptoms and reach increased activity levels. Our team effort is a vital part of the recovery processes to return each and every patient back to an active, pain-free lifestyle. In addition, a customized diet plan from a Nutrition and Wellness consultant can be coordinated that may aid Lyme patients by steering them toward energy-boosting meals and snacks.
- All treatments are customized to each individual to ensure optimal treatment results as no two patients are identical.
- Confidential, Private Treatment Rooms
- Goals Tailored to Your Needs
- Same Day & Evening Appointments Available
- Flexible Treatment Times
- Accepting All Major Health Care Plans
- Bilingual staff (English, Spanish, Vietnamese & Hindi)
- Convenient, Close by Parking
Contact our facility today and find out how our physical therapy services can help you manage Lyme Disease symptoms. We proudly serve residents in Robesonia, Wyomissing, Laureldale and the surrounding areas.