Intermittent Pneumatic Compression In Columbia

Discover Personalized Care

Experience a physical therapy clinic like no other. At our facility, we go above and beyond to provide exceptional care and prioritize your well-being. What sets us apart? It’s our unwavering commitment to addressing the root cause of your condition and surpassing your previous level of health.

One-on-One Care with DPTs

One key aspect that distinguishes us from the vast majority of other physical therapy clinics is our approach to patient care. We believe in the power of personalized attention, which is why our highly skilled physical therapists work with you one on one. Yes, that’s right – you’ll receive undivided attention from our dedicated team of Doctorates of Physical Therapy (DPTs). We understand that every patient is unique, and we tailor our treatments to meet your individual needs and goals.

Utilizing Advanced Techniques with IPC Devices

But it doesn’t stop there. We also utilize advanced therapeutic equipment, including Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC) devices, to enhance your health and well-being. These cutting-edge devices play a pivotal role in preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), a condition characterized by blood clot formation in the deep veins of the legs.

So, how do IPC devices work? Picture this: Your legs enveloped in air-filled cuffs that rhythmically inflate and deflate. This dynamic pressure stimulates blood circulation through the veins, effectively reducing the risk of blood clots. By focusing on enhancing blood flow, IPC devices support the health of your vital circulatory system.

Preventing DVT and Achieving Optimal Health

Deep Vein Thrombosis is a serious concern, particularly for individuals over 65 years old. It can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender, and may lead to complications such as post-thrombotic syndrome or even a life-threatening pulmonary embolism. That’s why we take DVT prevention seriously and recommend the use of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC) devices to our patients at risk.

When Should You Consider IPC Devices?

When should you consider incorporating IPC devices into your therapy? If you have recently undergone surgery, experience limited mobility due to medical conditions or injuries, engage in prolonged periods of travel, or possess risk factors like inherited blood disorders, pregnancy, cancer treatments, smoking, obesity, or advanced age – IPC devices can serve as a reliable solution.

While blood-thinning medications are commonly prescribed for DVT prevention, we understand that they may not be suitable for everyone. That’s where IPC devices shine. If you have concerns about excessive bleeding or other risks associated with blood thinners, our clinic offers a safer alternative. Our expert team will provide personalized guidance, ensuring you receive the best care tailored to your specific needs.

Your Partner in Achieving Optimal Health

At our physical therapy clinic, your health and well-being are our top priorities. With our emphasis on one-on-one care, all DPTs, and the use of advanced techniques like IPC, we are dedicated to helping you achieve a level of wellness beyond what you thought possible. Trust us to provide the exceptional care you deserve. Contact us today to discover how our clinic can support your journey to optimal health.

Request An Appointment

Please fill out this form and we will contact you about scheduling.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Kerry Feduk

Exceptionally talented staff, welcoming atmosphere, and great fun.  My conditions have improved 100%. 

David Ziegler

I was recently referred to Ascent for help with a shoulder injury.  I worked with Brandon Young, who took the time to diagnose the injury and come up with a custom treatment plan to help heal the injury as well as strengthen the muscles to prevent further injury.  Brandon was great, but the whole team seems to really enjoy what they do.  I highly recommend Ascent and Brandon if you need physical therapy. 


>>> More Services