Therapy in Burbank

Rebuild strength and movement

At OSS, your doctor and therapist will work together for your recovery. Your focus will be on motion + control. We will give you pointers on how to improve your work habits. Our team will teach you prescribed movements to reduce swelling and inflammation in your joints and to lower or eliminate the pain. 

OSS is focused on getting you to return to the every day. Therapy services – physical therapy, hand therapy, and chiropractic – can be a real and possible alternative to surgery and prescription drugs.

The OSS team includes specialists who go above and beyond with personality and sensitivity.  We have Doctors of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapists (focused on Hand Therapy), and a Doctor of Chiropractic.  Many hold certifications above and beyond what is required.

OSS has set up multiple offices in the Burbank and Glendale to better serve you.  Also, if you are using health insurance, OSS will work directly with health insurers to submit the claims.  The OSS therapy teams also track your progress - your health outcomes. 

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How does therapy work?

1. Make appointment for therapy.  

  • Physical or Hand Therapy.  If you are using health insurance, OSS recommends you have a prescription from a medical provider (orthopaedic surgeon, general practioner, physician assistant) for physical or hand therapy so you can use your insurance to help cover the costs.    
  • Chiropractic.  You do not need a prescription from a medical provider to get chiropractic care.

2. Get an evaluation from an OSS therapist.

3. Come in for a series of therapy sessions. 

  • In your therapy sessions, you will first work with your assigned therapist. Your therapist will evaluate what movements you are able to do, and use various techniques to improve your function. The second half of your session will include practicing the new exercises with our team. 
  • Do the set of prescribed exercises at home.

4. Graduate (get discharged) from therapy.


Frequently Asked Questions

What body part(s) will a physical therapist treat?
A physical therapist at OSS will treat the back, neck, shoulder, hip, knee, foot and/or ankle.

What body part(s) will a hand therapist (occupational therapist) treat?
A hand therapist at OSS will treat the elbow, wrist, hand and finger. 

What body part(s) will a chiropractor treat?
A chiropractor will generally treat the back and neck. 

Book an appointment with an OSS physical therapist, hand therapist or chiropractor.
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