Does Infinity provide aquatic therapy?
In order to return to functioning on land, a land program must be established and initiated. One of our exceptional physical therapists will develop a modified low-impact plan of care that will ensure reduction in pain and restoration of range of motion and strength. Aquatic programs are very low impact and can be a great maintenance program once a land program is completed. One of our skilled clinicians can also assist in developing an aquatic home exercise program if you have access to a pool while receiving care at any of our offices.
What type of therapy techniques does Infinity provide?
Our therapists practice a wide variety of therapeutic techniques. Check our Services page for a complete list of services that we offer and conditions that we treat.
What are your hours?
East Liverpool: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and on Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Weekend hours available upon request.
Austintown: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. Weekend hours available upon request.
We try our best to accommodate the needs of all of our patients. If you need to schedule a time that’s outside of our daily hours, contact our offices and we’ll do whatever it takes to meet your needs.
Where are you located?
We currently operate out of two locations. Our East Liverpool office is located in Calcutta off of Route 170 in the Dunham’s Plaza between Dollar General and Jo-Ann Fabric.
Our Austintown office is conveniently located on Mahoning Avenue down the street from Seven Seventeen Credit Union.
What kind of insurance do you take?
We are in network with many insurance providers. Be sure to check our Insurance page for the most up-to-date list.
What should I wear to my first appointment?
We recommend all of our patients to wear comfortable clothing and walking/running shoes for their appointment. We have private changing areas if needed.
Can you perform functional capacity evaluations?
Yes, we have been providing this service for more than 10 years.
What is Physical Therapy?
Physical Therapy or physiotherapy (PT), is a medical practice that helps patients move better by helping to improve or restore a patient’s mobility, physical function and fitness level, and may help to alleviate pain. The goal is to make daily tasks and activities easier, such as walking, ascending stairs, or getting in and out of bed.
Physical Therapy also helps patients recover after surgery and/or injury. Physical Therapy can also be used for long-term health problems, including arthritis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Are you a pain clinic?
No, but physical therapy is a major component in a patient’s pain management routine.
How soon can I get in?
Are you accepting new patients?
Always! Contact us today!