If you are dealing with a recent injury, recovering from surgery or experiencing chronic pain, our team can help you heal, regain strength, mobility and reduce pain. We provide a patient care experience that promotes healing and recovering in a compassionate environment.
Our goal is to help you feel better physically while making sure you’re comfortable and an active partner throughout your physical therapy treatment. Our experienced clinical team will work to get to the core of your injury or condition to help you recover and stay healthy.
Physical therapy is most commonly known for rehabilitating patients and helping them return to normal function after an injury. But it’s also a way to prevent injuries and promote overall wellness. When you visit our physical therapists, they will work with you to help you reach your goals. Physical therapy works when you are looking to stay well or to help get well.
Your Trusted Therapy PartnerOur therapists listen and personalize your care to help you achieve your goals. We'll work together to help you heal and stay healthy.
Physical therapy can be used to treat many conditions. Some of the most common include:
- Back and neck pain
- Body misalignments (scoliosis)/spinal dysfunctions
- Chronic pain/fibromyalgia
- Muscle, myofascial and joint pain
- Orthopedic injuries
- Recovery and Reconditioning for post-COVID-19 and other debilitating illness
- Soft tissue injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Sports-related injuries
- Weakness or loss of motion
- Work-related injuries
With guidance and a recommendation from your physician, joint replacement surgery can combat arthritis in the body, especially in the hips, knees and shoulders. If you and your physician determine that joint replacement surgery is for you, we are your physical therapy partner during the recovery process.
Our expert team of physical therapists is dedicated to helping you return to daily life pain-free after joint replacement. For some people, this means performing household chores — vacuuming or washing dishes — without pain. For other patients, it means getting back to golf, tennis and hiking, picking up grandchildren or traveling.
We will work closely with you to:
- Return to your normal activities
- Achieve your highest level of independence and freedom of motion
- Return you to your favorite hobbies and interests (or new interests)
We will help you identify your goals and achieve them following replacement surgery.
We can also help to make recovery that much more efficient and successful by beginning your plan of care before surgery – often called prehab. Physical therapy is vital after both before and surgery because it helps restore your strength, balance and flexibility.
Physical therapy can also help with lingering pain. Chronic pain typically lasts three to six months, or more, following an illness or injury. In many cases, long-lasting pain can limit your daily activities and impact your overall health.
People who experience chronic pain often suffer from arthritis (particularly rheumatoid or osteoarthritis), fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or pain in the ankle, back, neck, knee or shoulder.
The good news is that physical therapy can help. We specialize in treating chronic pain to get you back to work, athletics and daily life. Physical therapy emphasizes a more holistic approach to pain management including non-pharmacological (drug-free) techniques to assist in better handling pain and improving function in your life.
Our team focuses on caring for and helping you reach your goals. At your first appointment, our physical therapist will ask about your injury, home environment, activity level and interests. We’ll ask about your goals, too. Do you want to be able to pick up your grandchild? Do you want to start running again? Or would you like to enjoy cooking dinner without pain?
We will listen and document your background. The information will help create a roadmap for treatment and, most importantly, help you return to daily life.
Your physical therapist will also check your strength and flexibility. During that first appointment, we will provide information about:
- Your injury
- Your treatment plan and how it will help
- How many appointments to expect for your treatment
Treatment often begins during your first appointment, which will be 45-60 minutes. That treatment may consist of manual therapy and exercises designed to help meet your goals.
During physical therapy, we will work to improve your quality of life and help you return to the activities you enjoy.