Physical Therapy

Student laying on back, holding yoga ball between legs and arm, one arm is stretched out. Physical therapist overseeing exercise.

What is Physical Therapy? 

During the evaluation, The Physical Therapist will listen to you and ask questions about the issue that brings you in for treatment. They will then do an evaluation which may include evaluating range of motion, strength and functional activities. It may also involve palpating (feeling) your joint or soft tissue mobility. They will then discuss their findings. 

You work together, as a team, to achieve your goals.
They will educate you, do any manual treatments necessary, and give you a program to work on. You, in turn, will be responsible for implementing suggested changes, reporting back on what is working and what is not, and updating the PT on your progress. 

At subsequent visits, you will check-in, test a couple of things that you are working on and progress any needed manual therapy, education and exercise.

What to Expect During a Session

Your session will begin with a comprehensive evaluation by a physical therapist consisting of a functional assessment and muscular imbalances. You will then collaborate on a program that gets you back to your prior level of activity and function. 

Our treatment philosophy aims to improve movement and function and we stress active patient participation through patient education and home exercise. This is important for the success of your rehabilitation program. You will be asked to do activities on your own, either at home or gym, to optimize your rehabilitation.

Services Provided

  • Manual Therapy: Joint mobilization, Myofascial Release, Myofascial Decompression/Cupping
  • Injury Assessment and Prevention
  • Running Gait Analysis and Re-training
  • Ergonomics evaluation and education 
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Spine care and postural restoration
  • Exercises either at gym, outdoors, home

Conditions Treated

  • Acute and Chronic Pain
  • Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Post Concussion 
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Back and Neck Pain
  • Shoulder sprains and strains
  • Knee sprains and strains
  • Patellofemoral pain
  • Ankle sprains
  • Foot Injuries
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Hand injuries
  • Headaches
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Sport Specific Rehabilitation
  • Running Injuries
  • Fitness Training
  • TMJ Dysfunction
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Hours

Most services are M-F, 8am-4pm via telehealth. If necessary, in-person visits are scheduled 9am-4pm. Closed 12-1pm everyday and 11am-1pm on Thursdays.