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About Orange County Rehab
Lloyd Cotton's Role As A Physical Therapist:
Physical Therapists focus on relieving pain, promoting healing, restoring function and movement, and facilitation and adaptation associated with injury. Therapists also address management, healing and prevention of injuries or disabilities, fitness and wellness. He uses this non-invasive and conservative tool to help improve body function.
Our primary staff is headed by Lloyd Cotton, a widely-recognized and experienced Physical Therapist in private practice since 1990. Lloyd is highly trained in sports medicine and has advanced medical degrees from Boise State University and the University of Washington's School of Medicine.
Lloyd has been professionally affiliated with the Seattle Seahawks Pro Football team as a consultant, the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association), U.S.A. Diving Team, and a member of a speaker's bureau servicing local rehabilitation hospitals. He has served as a lecturer and instructor at schools and colleges such as Chapman University.
Lloyd's wide range of experience and specializations qualify him to be able to greatly help his patients of all ages and challenges. He strives to help you, the patient, gain/regain or develop a quality of life you're used to, or desire to have. Lloyd believes, "The only way you go through this life and not benefit from Physical Therapy is to die young. If you live for any significant amount of time, or had any type of injury, you can benefit from physical therapy."
*McConnell Taping (Leukotape)
Orthopedics in Pregnancy
*Postural Correction for Scoliosis
What We're About
Do you need Physical Therapy?
If you have an injury or illness that results in physical impairment or loss of function, a physical therapist can help. Therapists treat people across their entire lifespan. Regardless of age, if you have impaired mobility, a physical therapy evaluation may be warranted to offer treatment and a strategy to improve function.
Common Problems Treated by Physical Therapy:
Neck pain and low back pain, arthritis in one or multiple joints, fractures or other orthopedic conditions, bowel or bladder incontinence, problems with balance or mobility, chronic fatigue and weakness, pre/post-surgical conditioning and strengthening, cancer recovery, fitness and wellness education, respiratory problems, knee, ankle and foot problems, shoulder, arm, hand and wrist problems such as carpel tunnel syndrome and tendonitis, pre/postnatal programs, neuro-rehab (stroke, spinal cord, head injury), wound care, common sprains and muscle strains, work-related injuries such as repetitive motion injuries, slip and falls, and sports-related injuries.
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