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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a health care profession that evaluates, diagnoses, and provides treatment  to develop, maintain, and restore maximum movement and function throughout your life. A physical therapist provides treatment when your movement and function are threatened by aging, injury, disease or environmental factors. Components of movement and function that are evaluated by a physical therapist include strength, range of motion, flexibility, balance, posture, body mechanics, coordination, endurance and general mobility such as walking, stair climbing, and getting in and out of a chair or bed.

A physical therapist evaluates the components of movement and develops an individualized program to restore your function. A physical therapist will help you with:

  • Orthopedic conditions such as low back pain or osteoporosis
  • Joint and soft tissue injuries such as fractures and dislocations
  • Neurological conditions such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease
  • Workplace injuries including repetitive stress disorders and sports injuries


Worldwide medical studies show safe and proven relief for the following:

• Arthritis / Joint Pain
• Back Pain / Neck Pain
• Bursitis
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Fibromyalgia
• Heel Spurs / Plantar Fasciitis
• Knee Pain
• Migraine Headaches
• Muscle Pain / Spasms
• Nerve Pain / Radiculopathy
• Sciatica
• Shoulder / Rotator Cuff
• Sprain / Strain
• Tendonitis
• Tennis Elbow
• TMJ Pain / Dysfunction
• Trigeminal Neuralgia
• Whiplash
• Any many more…