What People Are Saying About Preferred Physical Therapy...
“I had a partial knee replacement. So the difficulty of the range of motion and the healing. The goal was to get my strength back, to go back into my activities, and also to maintain the goal that after this surgery, I will not injure this again. I was referred to come here by a friend who already had a success story, so I decided to try it out. After the evaluation, I knew I was in the right place!
You create a teamwork and a partnership with the people that are here, that are involved that work with you. It really elevates your desire to work, not just here but also at home. It really - without even realizing it, it gives you the inner strength… and the physical strength, too!
My doctor told me that I was way ahead of my [rehab] schedule and I told him, “credit to the physical therapist.” No hesitation to recommend this place -- highly!Wilma Early 70’s, Glendale
Jack 70’s, Peoria
“I had been noticing a gradual deterioration in my ability to do things that I like to do to stay active. The big thing was getting a good night’s sleep. It was becoming difficult, tossing and turning at night with my lower back problem, so I was hoping maybe to find some relief there.
I went to my primary care provider and he suggested physical therapy. I had never gone through a regimen of physical therapy so I thought, what the heck, might as well try it. So I did. It’s been a good experience. Every single appointment has been positive and I feel better leaving than when I did coming in. The staff is certainly welcoming and they seem to be effective in what they are doing. If anybody were to ask, I would certainly would say the experience has been a positive one. The outcome has been positive.
In eight weeks, you learn the tools and techniques you probably should have been employing all along to better manage your posture and positioning and the way you do things. I would say, give it a try and see if it makes a difference for you.”
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Trigger Point Dry Needing
Trigger Point Dry Needling is a treatment for muscular tightness and spasm, commonly used following an injury.
Thin, solid, filament needles are inserted into the muscle's trigger point to help it relax, lengthen, and ease any pain.