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When you require surgery, there are many things that run through your mind. Will it be successful? How will it affect me? How much pain will I have? While the answers to these questions are never certain, you can help ease your mind by having a post-surgery plan.

At Moriarty Physical Therapy, we provide people in the Cary, North Carolina area with post-surgical physical therapy. We offer personalized, one-on-one treatment using manual therapy and the latest therapeutic techniques, so you get the best results. We are wholly owned and operated by highly qualified doctors of physical therapy and always put our patients’ needs first.      


The Benefits of Post-Surgery Physical Therapy

The benefits of physical therapy are wide-ranging and can make a major difference in the quality and speed of your recovery. 

Professional sports teams always have a physical therapist on staff in order to keep their athletes healthy and reduce injury recovery time. While we do work with professional athletes, at Moriarty Physical Therapy, you don’t need to be a professional athlete to get the same benefits from your post-surgery physical therapy. We happily serve everyone in our community.

 When you work with us, just a few of the many benefits you can see include:

Better Results

Physical therapy can help your recovery in both the short and long term. Continued movement and increased blood flow aid your body in the natural healing process and help you regain muscle and mobility. This allows your body to heal more quickly and improves long-term results. 

We take the time to get to know our Cary, NC patients, and physical therapy patients from Durham, NC, and other nearby communities around the Raleigh area, and continually update their treatment plan in order to get the best results.  

Less Pain

The increased blood flow and flexibility gained through physical therapy are also important in reducing pain. 

The increased blood flow helps reduce inflammation, and added flexibility helps stop muscles and joints from becoming stiff. Reducing your post-surgical pain lessens your reliance on pain medication, which reduces cost, as well as the serious potential side effects of these medications, and allows you to get back to your old self.

Less Chance of Reinjury

After surgery, your chances of another injury increase. This can be because you try to do activities the way you did before the surgery when your body isn’t ready. That’s why it is so important to take every precaution necessary to keep yourself healthy. 

Fortunately, the regained muscle and flexibility you get through physical therapy greatly decrease the chance of reinjury and get you back to your pre-injury state (or better!) faster.


Contact Us Today

If you are going to have surgery, it’s best to begin planning early. At Moriarty Physical Therapy, we make it easy to get started.

Our Direct Access program allows anyone in the Cary, NC area to see us at our Cary physical therapy clinic without a prescription and have it covered by insurance. We accept all forms of insurance, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, and Medicaid.

In addition to our ease of access, we have a wide variety of specializations to go along with our post-surgery physical therapy treatments, so we can help you whatever your needs. Contact us today for more information. We can usually get you an appointment within 24 hours of your call, getting you on the road to recovery right away!

Schedule a FREE 15-minute Exploration Visit

Come visit one of our physical therapy clinics in New York or North Carolina and one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy will do a 15-minute consultation to see if physical therapy is right for you. In the consultation, we’ll help determine the source of pain and movement restrictions to see if you would benefit from physical therapy or might need the assistance of another healthcare professional. If so, we’ll make a referral and help speed up achieving your health goal.

You have nothing to lose; the screening is free! And if physical therapy could help you, we can perform the examination right then–even without a prescription–with Direct Access (covered by insurance).

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