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            Direct access is exactly what it sounds like: patients can directly access the services of a physical therapist without the need to get a prescription from a physician. Direct access allows for an open market, enabling patients to seek out and receive services that can help to support their return to the things they love. The American Physical Therapy Association states that with direct access, patients are able to receive an e...
Posted on 2018-09-03
Your health and the optimal performance of your body are paramount to your overall well-being and successful navigation of life. Our services can help to ensure you are guided, supported and receiving the treatments necessary to aid your body in moving forward. Whether you are recovering from a sporting injury or looking to gain range of motion back after an accident, our team has your back (and health!) every step of the way. While we accept and work alongside most major insurance com...
Posted on 2018-07-05
            Many have heard the aphorism that we hurt the ones we love; however, in our experience, we have found that it is the activities we love that tend to hurt us. Whether it is a nagging soccer injury or recent muscle tension due to overwork at your day job or in your extracurricular endeavors, our goal is to keep you doing the activities you love and help ensure the things you love aren’t preventing you from ...
Posted on 2018-05-21
  Summer is often a time when many of us – and our kids – take advantage of opportunities for sports activities, whether it is joining an adult sports league, taking golf or tennis lessons, or heading off to day camp. An active lifestyle is a great way to stay healthy and fit, and we are big advocates of being involved in a sport (or two). But jumping into a more rigorous routine without preparing correctly can leave you, or your kids, at higher risk for injury. Here are a fe...
Posted on 2017-05-27
Physical therapy is a specialized medical profession that provides treatment to restore patients’ normal physical function following surgery or an injury. It is also effectively used to treat chronic pain produced as a result of a variety of conditions. Physical therapists create personalized plans for patients, promoting the ability to move freely, to reduce pain, to restore normal function and to prevent disability. Patients are often surprised at how quickly muscle and joint function c...
Posted on 2017-02-22
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