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Have you been wondering if therapy is right for you? To put it simply - therapy is for anyone suffering from pain or limitations in their function. Maybe your lower back hurts. Or the bottom of your feet always seems to bother you. Almost all injuries, no matter the cause - household, recreational, overuse - can be addressed through a therapy program.

Physical Therapy

Every injury is unique, and every person's situation is different. No matter if your goal is to get back on the playing field or recover from surgery, we have the experience and know-how to design the most effective rehabilitation program for you. Our staff of licensed physical therapists and physical therapist assistants all stay up-to-date on the latest therapy practices and techniques. You can rest assured you're receiving the best care available.


Here are some specific cases where a PT can be especially useful:

  • Post-operative patients who need to regain muscle strength and coordination.
  • Athletes who are recovering from injuries.
  • Accident victims of car crashes, job-related mishaps, etc.
  • Employees who are returning to work after an injury.
  • People with arthritis who seek pain relief and increased joint motion.
  • Individuals who are undergoing Cancer treatments that need to increase strength and function.
  • Pregnant women who develop back pain and other muscular or joint problems due to pregnancy.


Physical therapy is all about addressing specific rehabilitation needs. First, we identify the source of limitation or pain while taking the time to educate you on the diagnosis, prognosis, and plan. Then we develop a customized treatment program where we can work together to restore as much of your function as possible.


  • Acute & Chronic Pain
  • Ankle & Foot Rehabilitation
  • Balance/Vestibular Therapy
  • Hand and Occupational Therapy - Rehab 1st offers hand and upper extremity rehabilitation to provide necessary treatment when injury or medical conditions result in pain or diminish the functionality of the hands, fingers, wrist, forearm, elbow, or upper arm. Our occupational therapist is a Certified Hand Therapist, who has received specialized hand training. The occupational therapy staff at our office is trained to assist those who have suffered injuries of the hands. Treatments address various conditions including:
    • Fractured bones
    • Carpal tunnel
    • Tendonitis
  • Lymphedema Management Lymphedema is swelling of a certain area of the body, most often an extremity. This condition may make the extremity feel "heavy" limit ambulation, or development of wounds may occur.
  • Pediatric Therapy
  • Pre/Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Sports Rehabilitation

Comprehensive Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy for:

• Ankle Sprains

• Arthritis

• Auto Injuries and Whiplash

• Balance & Vestibular

• Carpal Tunnel

• Fractured Bones

• Hand Therapy

• Headaches/Migraines

• Herniated Discs

• Knee and Ankle Injuries

• Leg Pain

• Low Back Pain

• Lymphedema

• Muscle Strains

• Neck Pain

• Pediatric Therapy

• Plantar Fasciitis

• Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

• Sacroiliac Injuries

• Sciatica

• Scoliosis

• Shoulder Pain

• Sports Injuries

• Tendonitis

• Tennis Elbow

• Tingling or Numbness

• Work-related Injuries


Cumberland Clinic

157 Baltimore Street

Cumberland, MD 21502


(301) 722-3680


Fax: (301) 722-1139

Frostburg Clinic

225 East Main Street

Frostburg, MD 21532


(301) 689-5233


Fax: (301) 689-5236


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