Out-patient physical therapy in Honolulu, Hawaii

What we do

At Hands-On Physical Therapy, we value the importance of manual therapy, customized therapeutic exercise and patient education in a home exercise program. Hands-On Physical Therapy is a comprehensive out-patient facility in downtown Honolulu specializing in the following services:

Orthopedics & Sports-Injuries

At Hands-On Physical Therapy we provide gait and balance training for a variety of conditions. If an injury or illness has impaired your ability to walk normally, you may need gait training to improve your walking and safety. Your physical Therapist may diagnose your gait as abnormal after reviewing your medical history, discussing your symptoms and doing a walking gait analysis. All care is provided one-on-one for 60 minutes by a highly qualified, licensed physical therapist and treatment will involve teaching both the patient and/or caregiver/spouse/family member home exercises to complement formal treatments.

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Men’s & Women’s Pelvic Health

At Hands-On Physical Therapy we provide specialized physical therapy treatments for conditions such as incontinence, urgency/frequency, pelvic pain, osteoporosis, pre/post-op prostatectomy and musculoskeletal dysfunctions during and after pregnancy. All care is provided one-on-one for 60 minutes by a highly qualified, licensed physical therapist. Our priority is to ensure that our patients feel comfortable, while getting the best possible evidence-based treatment in order to understand their conditions and reduce symptoms.

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Gait & Balance

At Hands-On Physical Therapy we provide gait and balance training for a variety of conditions. If an injury or illness has impaired your ability to walk normally, you may need gait training to improve your walking and safety. Your physical Therapist may diagnose your gait as abnormal after reviewing your medical history, discussing your symptoms and doing a walking gait analysis. All care is provided one-on-one for 60 minutes by a highly qualified, licensed physical therapist and treatment will involve teaching both the patient and/or caregiver/spouse/family member home exercises to complement formal treatments.

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