Pain and loss of mobility are two common factors that limit people from doing the things they love to do. That's where physical therapy comes in. Physical therapy is based on a deep understanding of body biomechanics and how the nerves, muscles, and joints should work during optimal health. Physical therapists use this understanding to help restore lost mobility and joint motion in their patients, while educating their patients on home-based exercises that can help prevent future pain and injuries from occurring. Our physical therapists' unique and tailored treatments can help correct the underlying causes of your pain, helping you to avoid chronic pain and health conditions.
Your physical therapy treatment will have a combination of specific manual treatments, therapeutic exercises, and functional training that is focused on restoring your quality of life and maintaining a functional state of fitness. Some examples of treatment methods may include dry needling or use of the McKenzie Method. Every patient will receive a tailored treatment plan that will include education, home exercises and stretches, targeting your specific needs. Our physical therapists also will utilize a variety of additional therapies dependent on your condition and needs.
With physical therapy, you get one-on-one care that will help you to restore motion so you can get back to doing the things you love. Treatment at Knewtson Health Group is not limited to just strengthening your body, but is focused on whole-body patterns, hands-on treatments, and a plan to help you gain long-term relief from aches, pains, and injuries.
Physical therapy can help you to avoid surgery, injections, and prescription drugs to treat pain and loss of mobility of the back, neck, arms, and legs. Research has found that for common conditions, like low back pain, sciatica, and disc herniations, physical therapy is often more cost-effective and provides long-lasting relief of pain. * Additionally, physical therapy reduce the risk of osteoporosis, stroke, and heart disease, and decrease obesity and obesity-related conditions by promoting movement, activity, and healthy lifestyles and improve quality of life.*
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