Howard County Physical Therapy was awarded BEST PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICE IN HOWARD COUNTY FOR 2016- Click here for the full article.
Howard County Physical Therapy voted one of best Physical Therapy Practice in Howard County for 2015- Click here for full article.
Mady and Mules Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation (Lutherville and Overlea ) was established in 1986 at our Lutherville location. After five years of successful service to the community, Howard County Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation (Ellicott City) was opened in 1991 to serve the Howard County area. We are proud to be recognized as one of the most highly regarded and comprehensive providers of physical therapy and sports rehabilitation. From our beginning, we have been committed to providing only the very highest quality of care for our patients. We are well known and respected in the medical community for our clinical excellence, exceptional service and quality approach to physical therapy.
At our facilities, we recognize that each patient is unique with respect to symptoms and goals, and therefore requires an individualized treatment program in order to regain optimal function and quality of life. Our clinicians follow a one-on-one treatment method that stresses manual therapy, exercise and patient education. We believe in a “team approach” to treatment in which we work closely with referring physicians to achieve patients’ goals. Physicians remain involved throughout the physical therapy process by receiving an initial evaluation report as well as frequent progress updates.
We offer state of the art facilities, private treatment rooms, one-on-one treatments, expanded evaluation times and assure minimal wait time for initial evaluation appointments. There are early morning, evening and Saturday hours to accommodate all schedules. We accept most medical insurances including Medicare, Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury (Auto Accidents.)
Our clinics provide hands-on, personalized physical therapy programs for many common conditions; including, but not limited to:
- Exercise and Sports-Related Injuries
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Back and Neck Pain
- Joint Sprains/Muscle Strains
- Hip, Knee, Foot, and Ankle Pain
- Shoulder, Wrist and Hand Pain
- Vestibular Dysfunction/Vertigo
- Overuse Injuries
- Pregnancy-Related Discomforts
- Balance Issue/Frequent Falls
- Cancer Rehabilitation