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Everyone is different, with different issues and goals.

Our therapists are trained specialists, dedicated to continuous education, training and research so they are equipped to create a clear plan for you to achieve long-term results. 

Your road to recovery starts with a thorough exam and an assessment of your condition by our highly trained therapists. By obtaining a history, collecting objective data from various assessment maneuvers, and discussing your goals, our therapists develop a treatment plan uniquely for you.

Occupational Therapy vs. Physical Therapy – What’s the Difference?

By LA SEO | August 17, 2022 |

Physical and occupational therapy are two professions with many similarities, but also a few key differences. Both fields help patients improve their strength, mobility, and independence, although they center their focus in different areas of patient care. There are many differences in the patients that PTs and OTs treat, the scopes of practice, and the…

Juvenile Arthritis Awareness – How Physical Therapy Can Help

By LA SEO | August 17, 2022 |

What is Juvenile Arthritis? Everyone knows that arthritis is very common in adults. However, it is difficult to imagine children developing any sort of arthritis. Juvenile arthritis is an autoimmune disorder where the body does not recognize its own healthy tissues and attempts to attack itself by releasing inflammatory chemicals. This inflammation travels to joints,…

What to Wear to Physical Therapy

By LA SEO | July 25, 2022 |

Before going to a physical therapy appointment, you may have some questions or concerns about what to expect. One of the most common questions that patients often ask is “What do I wear?” When deciding what to wear it is important to consider what kind of treatment you are getting and what activities your therapist…

Physical Therapy Exercises for Lower Back Pain

By LA SEO | July 13, 2022 |

Lower back pain is one of the most common medical problems that people face every day; however, it is also very debilitating and can make tasks like going to work, being active, or even getting out of bed extremely painful or even impossible. Lower back pain can prevent even the most active people from doing…

Does Medicare Cover Physical Therapy

By LA SEO | July 13, 2022 |

Outpatient physical therapy can be expensive without insurance, however with most health coverage plans it can be very affordable. For example, physical therapy is typically covered by Medicare. After your deductible is met, Medicare covers 80% of the approved cost of physical therapy. The process can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be! This…

Physical Therapy Exercises For Shoulder Pain

By LA SEO | July 13, 2022 |

Many causes of shoulder pain range from nerve damage to cartilage damage, muscle or tendon strain, or tears. Not only are the shoulders a complicated joint, but they can have a significant effect on the surrounding areas like your back, neck, or arm. To prevent a shoulder injury from worsening or causing damage in the…

Physical Therapy Exercises for Hip Pain

By LA SEO | July 13, 2022 |

Many exercises and stretches can help with hip pain, but it is essential to know which ones to avoid and incorporate into your routine. Physical therapy can help guide you through exercises specific to your condition and lead to pain-free movement, whatever the cause. Many common exercises that can help with hip pain are straight…

Women’s History Month – Finding a Cure for Pelvic Pain

By LA SEO | June 13, 2022 |

Women’s History Month – Finding a Cure for Pelvic Pain Although both men and women have a pelvic floor and may experience pelvic floor dysfunction, it is something that can particularly affect women during pregnancy and after childbirth, as well as in times of increased stress or other life changes. The pelvic floor is a…

Can Physical Therapy Reduce Opioid Use

By LA SEO | June 13, 2022 |

Can Physical Therapy Reduce Opioid Use? Chronic pain is one of the large scale health crises facing countless people, and there are very few options for effective treatment. People who experience chronic pain often do not have an injury but instead have nerves that are firing when they shouldn’t be. This creates a sometimes intensely…

Occupational Therapy Month

By LA SEO | June 13, 2022 |

Occupational Therapy Month! What is Occupational Therapy and Who Can it Help? While physical therapy focuses on strength, muscle performance, and other large scale injuries, occupational therapy helps people regain the ability to perform activities of daily living. Things like brushing your teeth, cooking, and putting on clothes can be extremely difficult after surgery, or…

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Balance and Fall Prevention

Balance and mobility training, along with strengthening exercises for the legs, help address symptoms associated with instability and falling.

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Blood Flow Restriction

A new, cutting-edge treatment called Blood Flow Restricted Training (BFRT) has been found to improve muscular strength even in the presence of pain and other limiting symptoms. BFRT can help you build strength and get back to the activities you love.

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Breast Cancer/Oncology PT Treatment

Occupational and physical therapy can help patients fighting cancer by improving your mobility, combating fatigue, reducing pain, and helping to maintain strength and endurance.

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Certified Hand Therapy

Our cutting edge modalities can reduce costs associated with imaging, surgical interventions and pharmaceuticals. Custom orthoses fabricated in our offices offer superior comfort and flexibility to off-the-shelf options at comparable out of pocket cost.

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Chronic Pain

Frequently untreated, chronic pain symptoms include headache, lower back pain, arthritis pain, and neurogenic pain. BRPT focuses on two critical elements when it comes to alleviating your pain: education and movement. The combination of therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) and movement plans designed to address your unique symptoms has had significant success in helping patients deal with persistent pain.

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Joint Mobilization & Manipulation

Evidence-based joint mobilization and manipulative techniques are used to reduce pain, restore mobility and improve function.

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Lymphedema treatment is designed to reduce pain, swelling, and other symptoms through a combination of special therapies and exercises. These treatments are provided by a certified lymphedema therapist (CLT) in an outpatient setting.

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Podiatry Issues

Our therapists provide excellent medical care for a variety of foot and leg issues like bursitis, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon injuries, bunions, ankle sprains, and athletic injuries. After evaluating your pain, a specialist at BRPT will work with you to formulate a plan to alleviate your pain, restore function, and reduce the risk of future injuries.

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Return to Sport/Functional Testing

Sports medicine involves a comprehensive team of health care professionals including physicians, exercise physiologists, athletic trainers, biomechanists, nutritionists, and physical therapists. BRPT has over 30 years of experience working with LSU athletics as well as a number of high school programs.

Together with team physicians and athletic trainers, we emphasize the prevention, identification, assessment, minimization, and correction of pain and disability associated with athletic injuries. The goal of treatment is to maximize your performance and participation.

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Senior Exercises

Don’t let an aging body slow you down! No matter your condition, we work with you to get you back to your best self. We can help with arthritis, weakness, hip fractures, back pain, osteoporosis, Parkinson's, and more.

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based program designed to promote central nervous system compensation for inner ear deficits. VRT can help with a variety of vestibular problems, including Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) and unilateral or bilateral vestibular hypofunction (reduced inner ear function on one or both sides) associated with Ménière's disease, labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis.

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Workplace Injuries

BRPT will see your injured worker within 24 hours of referral at one of our clinics. Our team uses the latest evidence and a variety of proven methods to treat your injured worker to get them back on the job faster and feeling better than ever.

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No matter your injury or pain, we're well equipped to treat it and lead you to a pain-free life.

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