Physical Therapy

RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine Physical Therapy offers an individualized, holistic, and comprehensive approach to treatment. RZ’s Physical Therapy techniques and Rehabilitation programs are designed to offer a holistic progressive strategy to treating pain, injury and chronic conditions without the need for surgical intervention. We implement a “whole body” approach that is effective in addressing all physical influences throughout the body. This allows us to pinpoint the exact source of pain or injury, which is crucial in terms of successfully prescribing the proper treatment, improving overall strength/flexibility and preventing future injuries. RZ’s Physical Therapists will diagnose and create an individualized treatment plan that may include activity modifications, therapeutic exercises, manual therapy techniques, chiropractic adjustments, pain medication, and/or orthopedic injection procedures. The team at RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine strive to provide the most comprehensive and effective Physical Therapy treatments in order to make the road to recovery a little more direct.

We Accept America’s Most Common Insurance Policies.

RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine is proud to accept most major insurance providers, as well as NJ Motor Vehicle No-Fault insurance providers. We are happy to contact your insurance carrier to determine what out-of-network benefits you are entitled to under your policy.

Would you like us to check your benefits? Please call and speak to our insurance specialists at 732-935-0800.

At RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine, In Wall, New Jersey, we treat each patient as an individual, with unique needs, limitations and goals. We also treat the entire body as a whole, since we know that many factors can contribute to pain and injury, as well as recovery from pain and injury.

We create approaches that seek to combine the most effective treatments available in order to create a desired outcome. In some cases, a single course of action is all that is needed to get a patient back to where they want to be. Other times, a combination of treatments is more effective. By taking into account the uniqueness of each patient, we can better design physical therapy treatments that work.