Trinity Rehab, an all-inclusive physical therapy and rehabilitation center providing comprehensive treatment for patients of all ages, walks of life and fitness levels, brings its technology, teamwork and customized rehabilitation approach to Short Hills, New Jersey, opening its newest location on March 1, 2021. Conveniently located at 734 Morris Turnpike, the facility will be led by Trinity Rehab Regional Director, Kathryn del Prado, PT, DPT, OCS, a skilled physical therapist and board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist with experience in outpatient orthopedics, sports, geriatric therapy, and vestibular rehabilitation.
Trinity Rehab combines state-of-the-art technology and a teamwork-oriented, customized treatment plan designed to provide patient-centric treatments for neck and back pain, sports related injuries, post-operative rehab, auto or work accidents, arthritis and other common injuries and conditions. This is complemented by established programs for specific issues, such as hand therapy, shoulder/rotator cuff injuries and balance/vestibular disorders, along with preventative techniques to improve balance and protect against falls.
Inherent in the Trinity Rehab approach is the company’s commitment to use cutting-edge technologies and proven methodologies in developing patient-specific treatment plans to accelerate the recovery process. This includes the highly effective, non-invasive Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment (EPAT®) system, which utilizes a unique set of pressure waves to stimulate metabolism, enhance blood circulation and accelerate the healing process without anesthesia or risk of infection for a variety of musculoskeletal issues including tendonitis, bursitis, muscle spasms and pain or stiffness caused by scar tissue. Research has shown that more than 80% of patients experience significant pain relief after three or four treatments.
For rehabilitation and training, Trinity Rehab uses the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®. Developed by NASA, this equipment has revolutionized physical rehabilitation by reducing body weight to allow walking, running and exercising while minimizing pain, stress and strain to the joints and muscles. Other Trinity Rehab treatments, including but not limited to the McKenzie Method, myofascial and manual therapy, kinesiotaping, and the Graston technique are combined to round out the Trinity Rehab approach.
“A strong team is key when it comes to physical therapy and includes building trusted relationships with patients,” says Del Prado, whose training includes coursework with Functional Movement Systems, North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Postural Restoration Institute, and Mulligan Concept. She goes on to add, “To do this, I take a highly personal approach - one in which each treatment plan is specifically designed for the individual - and create an enjoyable rehabilitative atmosphere. Together, this makes for the most successful road to recovery.”
Founded in 2001, Trinity Rehab is an all-inclusive physical therapy and rehabilitation center that treats patients of all ages, walks of life and fitness levels for back and neck pain, orthopedic injuries, post-operative rehab, sports related injuries, auto or work accidents, hand therapy and other common or rare conditions. State-of-the-art technology, including the highly effective, non-invasive EPAT® treatment and AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®, is complemented by its teamwork approach and customized treatment plans unique to each patient’s needs. Trinity Rehab is located at 734 Morris Pike, Short Hills, New Jersey with flexible appointment scheduling Monday through Friday. Trinity Rehab has a growing list of convenient locations throughout New Jersey and participates with Medicare and most commercial insurances. For more information call (800) 518-0977.