Balance / Fall Prevention

Falls are serious at any age, and breaking a bone after a fall becomes more likely as a person ages. Many of us know someone who has fallen and broken a bone. While healing, the fracture limits the person’s activities and sometimes requires surgery. Often, the person wears a heavy cast to support the broken bone and needs physical therapy to resume normal activities. People are often unaware of the frequent link between a broken bone and osteoporosis.It is known as a silent disease because it progresses without symptoms, osteoporosis involves the gradual loss of bone tissue or bone density and results in bones so fragile they break under the slightest strain.

Success Stories

"Thanks so much for your help in getting my leg back in running shape. Yesterday, I successfully completed the Frederick Half Marathon, made my time goal and had a great morning!"

– Sue

"GREAT ! Performed miracles...when I didn't think anyone could!

Thanks to all!!!"

- Judy

"I highly recommend Jim Groschan to anyone in need of Physical Therapy. He is a knowledgeable professional with a down to earth personality and approach. I am very grateful for what he has helped me accomplish.

- Mary

" If you can trust somebody with your spine, you can trust him pretty much with your life. "

- Patti

"Jim is not only an outstanding physical therapist but he recognizes that pain can be mentally challenging and addresses that as well. He is kind, thoughtful and always willing to listen. I am very grateful and would highly recommend him to anyone seeking physical therapy."

- Susan

"Jim and each therapist are highly motivated to see you reach a place in healing and strength of motion. "

- Diana

"Jim's more than my PT guy, he is my advocate and coach."

- Roger L

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