Enhance Your Practice and Career with Specialized Physical Therapy

Enhance Your Practice and Career with Specialized Physical Therapy

Enhance Your Practice and Career with Specialized Physical Therapy

Specialties in the field of physical therapy are the key to advancing your career and enhancing your practice. Whether you're delving into aquatic therapy, geriatrics, hand therapy, or pelvic health, these specialized areas not only bolster your professional skills but also attract new patients to your clinic. In this article, we explain how our products make a difference and can help impact your career journey. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Specializing in physical therapy can boost your career and attract new patients.

  • We offer comprehensive support for specialized physical therapy fields. 

  • Our commitment to industry standards makes us a trusted partner for clinicians worldwide.

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How Specialties Help Advance Your Career

Specialties play a pivotal role in advancing your career in the field of physical therapy. Not only do they advance your career, but they can also help grow your practice by attracting new patients. While there are many different physical therapy specialties, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is one of many ways you can receive board-certification in a specialty area. Upon receiving certification, you will want to have equipment to work with or suggest to each of your patients. Below you can find a list of clinical specialties we offer products for.

  • Aquatic Therapy – specializes in physical therapy conducted/performed while in water  
  • Geriatrics – focuses on the health and care of older individuals 
  • Hand Therapy – helps treat hand injuries with casts, braces, splints, and more 
  • Lymphedema – focuses on treating the chronic condition lymphedema with compression, taping, and more 
  • Pediatrics – focuses on physical therapy for younger people 
  • Pelvic Health – specializes in both men’s and women’s pelvic floor
  • Sports Medicine – focuses on injuries related to sports 
  • Vestibular Therapy – helps manage dizziness and imbalance
  • Wound Management – relates to specifically dressing a wound  

Offering Solutions to Make a Difference

Performance Health is a full-service rehabilitation supplies and equipment distributor with the items clinicians need to treat their patients, including clinical specialties. With over 60 years of experience, we are a trusted partner in rehabilitation and recovery. Our mission is to aid patient recovery through innovative solutions for clinicians, reducing readmissions and ensuring positive outcomes.

We offer a vast library of 780 clinical research papers, serve 5,000+ hospitals, 170 VAs, and 30,000+ clinics worldwide. Our category management team, with 120 years of experience, curates a comprehensive rehabilitation portfolio to suit your needs. Compliant with industry standards, we're an innovation-driven company, collaborating with over 70,000 professionals. Spanning 100+ countries, we have U.S.-based manufacturing facilities and 500+ global partners. We've earned four national industry awards, hold GPO contracts, and prioritize trust, innovation, and support in rehabilitation and recovery.


We offer a comprehensive range of solutions, backed by extensive clinical research resources and a global presence. Whether you're exploring specialties like aquatic therapy, geriatrics, hand therapy, or pelvic health, we provide the necessary equipment and supplies to support your journey. We strive to empower your professional growth, maintain industry standards, and foster trust and innovation, all while making a positive impact in the world of rehabilitation and patient care. As a globally trusted partner, we are commited to providing innovative rehabilitation, performance, and wellness solutions.

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