Trust Perfomance Physical Therapy for the most advancements in rehabilitation
Our Physical Therapists average more than 15 years of hands-on experience and are each offered an unlimited continuing education benefit so you know you are in the most capable hands utilizing the most recent advancements in rehabilitation.
What to expect from Performance Physical Therapy
During your first physical therapy appointment with us we will thoroughly assess your current condition and identify the source of discomfort or dysfunction. Here we will establish goals and set up an individualized treatment plan of action to get you to a successful recovery. Your Therapist will teach you about your condition and comfort you throughout your recovery process.
After your evaluation, your treatment sessions will consist of fixing your injury, movement disorder and/or pain that brought you to us in the first place. We will use hands-on techniques to stretch and mobilize your affected body part. We will also use exercise to improve your strength and restore your function. You will also receive instruction for an in-home exercise plan as well as education on proper body mechanics and posture to prevent re-injury.
For more on what to expect take a look at our “what to expect” page.
Why choose us for physical therapy?
Our main goal is to treat you with compassionate and effective care. We are here to help patients live there life with reduced pain and help you achieve results.
Because we are so invested in the recovery of our patients, we offer an after-therapy exercise program where previous patients can utilize our facility in order to continue their exercise program and get guidance from their therapy team on a month to month basis.
Take a look at what our patients have to say by looking at our “testimonials” page.
The following conditions are frequently seen in our Performance Physical Therapy clinics:
- Low back pain and neck pain
- Rotator cuff injuries and other shoulder problems
- Fall Prevention and balance problems
- Knee pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Pre and post-operative rehabilitation
- Muscle strains
- Joint sprains/pain/swelling
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Hand injuries and surgeries
- Running injuries
- Sports injuries