Physical Therapy

How can therapy help me?

Treatment depends on your diagnosis. The goal of physical therapy is to take your medical diagnosis break it down into functional components and rebuild/improve upon your condition. Using a wide array of active and integrative treatments including, strengthening, stretching, manual therapy and therapeutic modalities as needed.

How does our physical therapy stand apart?

Our therapists work with our physicians to find the underlying cause of the diagnosis to individualize your treatment plan to improve function. At our clinic you will work directly with your physical therapist 100% of the time with an emphasis on manual therapy. Our physical therapists aim to blend current research with your values / lifestyle to deliver a personalized and scientifically backed rehabilitation program.

What conditions are treated?

Our therapy has a focus on whole body / total system approach to help restore your health based on your individualized goals and lifestyle.

Conditions treated:

  • Arthritis

  • Joint Pain

  • Joint Replacements

  • Post-Op

  • Aches & pains

  • Muscles strains & sprains

  • Tendinitis

  • Balance

  • Gait (walking pattern)

  • Posture

  • Sports related injuries

  • Injuries related to the

  • Knee including ACL

  • Shoulder including Rotator Cuff

  • Hand & wrist

  • Foot & ankle

  • Bicep

  • Groin

Prehab Program - What is it?

Prehab the rehab before your joint replacement surgery. It is a way to help maintain range of motion in the joint you will have surgery on. It increases your strength going into surgery which will improve your post-surgical outcome.

Prehab Program - Why is it Important?

Prehab can potentially help limit and/or reduce your surgical pain. It will aid you in regaining your previous range of motion and strength.

Prehab Program - What is the goal of each visit?

Visit 1: - Initial range of motion and strength measurements taken - Begin exercises that will be vital to your prehab program - Comprehensive packet of exercises given and discussed Visit 2: - Basic range of motion exercises for the joint being replaced are introduced - Introduction of strengthening exercises for the hip, core, knees and arms as well as the areas above and below the joint that will be replaced (this helps aid in walking after the surgery and improve the overall prognosis) Visit 3: - Review of exercises to ensure comprehension and proper technique are being used - Gaint training introduction for use of appropriate assisted device (i.e. walker/cane) - Demonstration & discussion of how to best to use your assisted device with stairs