Physical therapy is a specialty service that evaluates and treats
muscle and joint problems of the spine and extremities.  Physical
therapists (PT’s) work to restore function, improve normal
mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical
disabilities in patients suffering from injuries or diseases.  They
also determine the patients’ ability to be independent and
reintegrate into the community or workplace after an injury or

Physical Therapy for Adults

Treatment often includes exercise for patients who have been
immobilized or lack flexibility, strength or endurance.  PT’s use
electrical stimulation, hot packs or cold compresses, and
ultrasound to relieve pain and reduce swelling.  They may use
traction or deep-tissue massage to relieve pain.  Therapists also
teach patients to use assistive and adaptive devices, such as
crutches, prostheses, and wheelchairs.  Home programs are
designed to expedite recovery.  

Physical Therapy at BRW can help adults with:
  • Muscle and Joint Pain
  • Orthopedic Injuries – Fractures, Repairs, and Joint
  • Headaches and Neck Pain
  • Back Pain & Spinal Disorders
  • Gait Abnormalities & Balance Disorders
  • Work and Sport Related Injuries
  • Accident Injuries
  • Neurological Conditions – Stroke, Brain Injuries, and Diseases

Physical Therapy for Children

BRW’s team of physical therapists aim to help children restore
function and achieve independence at all levels.  Physical
therapy is for the movement your child needs to explore the
environment, and gain the strength and coordination needed
throughout life.  Sitting, creeping, and rolling are just the
beginning.  Standing, walking, running, and transitioning in and
out of floor positions are the movements that take your children
where they want to go. When developmental disability, illness, or
injury slows your child down, the physical therapist will employ
special skills and techniques, and help choose unique equipment
to assist in position and movement.  Therapist’s knowledge and
skills are applied in facilitating muscle development.

Physical therapy at BRW can help children with
  • Sports Injuries and Orthopedics
  • Balance and Coordination
  • Torticollis
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Neuromuscular Development
  • Gait Analysis and Training
  • Transfer Skills
  • Lower Extremity Orthotic Training
Office:  979-297-3365

Fax:      979-297-3541


Address: 321 Garland Dr.
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
Hours of Operation
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