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Leading Studies Show:

Patients who were seen by a physical therapist within 2 days of injury or pain reported less pain after 6 months than patients who waited 4 weeks before receiving therapy. ( July 2006 issue of the Clinical Journal of Pain)

Physical therapy is more cost efficient and has long lasting effects for limiting or getting rid of back pain. ( Wall Street Journal)

The most 4 most common reasons a person is referred for Physical Therapy are painful conditions of the Back, Neck Shoulder and Knee and rehab after orthopedic surgery.


What Is “Good” Physical Therapy?

#1 – It is “PHYSICAL” – Physical contact with the physical therapist and physical activity by  the patient

#2 – The licensed Physical Therapist is doing things for you that you could not do yourself

#3 – The Physical Therapist is doing their own assessment of your condition

#4 – The Physical Therapist is looking for and finding the underlying cause of your condition

#5 – The Physical Therapist is using different evidenced based techniques to help you

Conditions That Are Best Helped By Physical Therapy.

  • Pain
  • Joint Stiffness
  • Weakness
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Difficulty Walking
  • Decreased Function
  • Inflammation