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Physiotherapy

Physical therapy is healthcare that aims to treat people who have been affected by injuries, illnesses or disabilities that hinder their ability to move or function in their daily lives. Physical therapy involves a wide range of treatments, including exercises, manual therapy, and the use of specialized equipment. The goal of physical therapy is to help individuals regain their physical mobility, improve their strength and flexibility, and reduce their pain levels.

Common Conditions

Common Conditions We Treat

  • Ankle - Strain/Sprain, Shin Splints

  • Arthritis - Osteo Joint Pain

  • Back Pain - Low, Mid, Upper

  • Bursitis

  • Concussions

  • Elbow - Tennis, Golfer's, OA

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Foot - Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles

  • Hip - Fracture, OA, Post Surgery

  • Knee - ACL, MCL, Meniscal, IT Band

  •  Neck - Strain, Whiplash, Surgery 

  • Osteoporosis

  • Overuse Injuries - Carpal Tunnel

  • Post Operative Rehab

  • Sciatica - Piriformis Syndrome

  • Scoliosis

  • Shoulder - Frozen, Rotator Cuff

  • Sports Related Injuries

  • Strains & Sprains

  • Work Related Injuries

Physical therapy can be helpful for people of all ages and abilities, including those with chronic conditions, acute injuries, or post-surgical rehabilitation needs. By focusing on movement and function, physical therapy can help people improve their overall quality of life and regain the ability to do the things they love.

What does a Physical Therapist do?

Physical therapists work with individuals to develop individualized treatment plans that address their specific needs and goals. They assess their clients' medical histories, physical abilities and limitations to develop a plan that addresses their unique needs. Physical therapists also monitor their clients' progress, modify treatment plans as necessary, provide education and resources to help their patients achieve their goals.

Meet Our Physical Therapists

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Leann Boehm​

  • Owner/Manager

  • Physical Therapist

  • Acupuncture

  • Concussion Management

  • TMJ Disorders

  1. Pain relief: by the use of a variety of techniques to alleviate pain, including manual therapy, exercise and modalities like heat or cold therapy.

  2. Improved mobility: by increasing flexibility, strength and balance. This can be particularly helpful for individuals who have had a recent injury, are recovering from surgery or have a chronic condition that affects their ability to move.

  3. Enhanced independence: by improving mobility, reducing pain, increasing strength and flexibility. Physical therapy can help individuals become more independent in their daily lives. This can lead to greater confidence and a higher quality of life.

  4. Prevention of future injuries: by identifying areas of weakness or imbalance in the body and addressing them before they lead to further problems.

  5. Improved overall health: by reducing the risk of chronic disease, improving cardiovascular health and promoting better sleep and mental health.

Overall, physical therapy can be a valuable tool for individuals looking to improve their physical health, reduce pain, and regain their independence.

How long does it take to get better with Physical Therapy?

The length of time it takes for physical therapy to work can vary depending on a number of factors, including the individual's health condition, the severity of their injury or condition, and how well they follow their physical therapy program. Here are some general guidelines on how long it may take for physical therapy to work:

  1. Acute injuries: If you have an acute injury, such as a sprain or strain, you may start to see improvement in your symptoms within a few days to a week of starting physical therapy.

  2. Chronic conditions: If you have a chronic condition, such as arthritis or fibromyalgia, it may take several weeks or even months of physical therapy before you start to see significant improvement in your symptoms.

  3. Post-surgery: If you are recovering from surgery, the length of time it takes for physical therapy to work will depend on the type of surgery you had and how well you are healing. You may start to see improvement within a few weeks, but it could take several months before you are fully healed and back to your normal activities.

  4. Compliance: Your commitment and compliance with your physical therapy program can also impact how long it takes for physical therapy to work. If you consistently attend your physical therapy sessions and follow your therapist's recommendations for at-home exercises, you are more likely to see improvement in a shorter amount of time.

It's important to remember that physical therapy is a process, and results may not be immediate. However, with consistent effort and dedication, physical therapy can help improve your mobility, reduce pain, and improve your overall quality of life.

What is Physical Therapy?

  • Physical therapy is a type of healthcare that aims to treat people who have been affected by injuries, illnesses or disabilities that hinder their ability to move or function in their daily lives. The goal of physical therapy is to help individuals regain their physical mobility, improve their strength and flexibility, and reduce their pain levels. By focusing on movement and function, physical therapy can help people improve their overall quality of life and regain the ability to do the things they love.

Will physical therapy help me?

  • Physical therapy can be helpful for people of all ages and abilities, including those with chronic conditions, acute injuries, or post-surgical rehabilitation needs. By focusing on movement and function, physical therapy can help people improve their overall quality of life and regain the ability to do the things they love.

How long does it take for physical therapy to work?

  • The length of time it takes for physical therapy to work can vary depending on a number of factors, including the individual's health condition, the severity of their injury or condition, and how well they follow their physical therapy program. It's important to remember that physical therapy is a process, and results may not be immediate. However, with consistent effort and dedication, physical therapy can help improve your mobility, reduce pain, and improve your overall quality of life.

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