Connecting with Dad: How Physical Therapy Strengthens Families

Physical Therapy

Imagine a dad who’s had a rough time. Maybe he got hurt or is dealing with something tough like addiction. Physical therapy isn’t just about fixing his body; it’s about healing his heart and bringing the family closer together.     Dad’s Journey to Recovery When Dad starts therapy, it’s more than just lifting weights…

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Uncovering the Benefits: Red Light Therapy and PEMF for Arthritis and Recovery

red light therapy

We’ve been using regenerative technologies like red light therapy and PEMF for a few months now and I’m excited to share some noteworthy success stories with you. Let’s start with a client in their mid-60s who, post back surgery, faced lingering leg weakness and swelling. This was affecting his ability to walk and feel stable,…

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Regenerative Therapy: Explore the Top 5 Benefits of Our Services


Unlock the transformative benefits of our advanced regenerative services.  Last November 17th 2023, we had our Patient Appreciation Event where we gave out free trial treatments of shockwave, EMTT, Red Light, PEMF, and assisted stretch. The only way to know if these treatments are right for them is to give them a try. If you’ve…

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Combined Therapy: An Effective Approach For Accelerated Recovery


My mission in opening Preferred Physical Therapy was to help people make better decisions about their health so they can have joy in their journey by avoiding a reliance on pills, injections, and avoiding surgery.   To do this, I’ve been dedicated to learning the techniques and skills necessary as a physical therapist to give my…

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How regenerative technologies are used to recover from injury? Both chronic and Acute

regenerative technology

Regenerative technology used for Musculoskeletal Health. There have been several technological breakthroughs in the past few decades. Self driving cars, robot vacuums, and now A.I. powering all kinds of software, but what about medicine and health?   We’re going to explore some exciting regenerative technology approved by the FDA. These technologies have been studied for treatment…

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What is red light therapy best used for?

red light therapy

Red Light Therapy: A Ray of Hope for Muscle and Joint Pain? I was first introduced to red light therapy when I was a student athletic trainer at BYU for their men’s volleyball team back in 2005, nearly 20 years ago. It was a hand held device that we were supposed to hold over the…

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Regain Independence and Improve balance As You Age


Research shows that the right exercises can help sedentary folks dramatically improve their strength and balance at any age or ability level.   I’m excited to share a truly inspiring story of one of our valued clients, Chuck, who has made remarkable progress on his path to better balance, health and well-being through our Preferred…

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Hip Pain Radiating Down The Front Of Your Leg? Here Are 3 Common Causes

Elderly Woman With Hip Pain In The Front Of Her Leg

Hip pain can be debilitating, making it hard to move around and complete everyday tasks. This hip pain can be even more discouraging when it extends down the front of your leg. However, understanding the possible causes of hip pain that radiates down the front of your leg can help you find the right treatment…

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3 Of The Best Sleeping Positions For Lower Back Pain

Back Pain

Waking up exhausted, struggling to focus during the day, suffering from a sore back, and desperate to discover how to sleep with lower back pain? If so, this blog is for you! Here, you can learn 3 of the best sleeping positions for lower back pain, shoulder pain, and even neck pain which we have…

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Ouch! – What to do when you Pull a Muscle

Muscle Pull

  What Happens When You Pull A Muscle? A pulled muscle is just another way to describe a muscle strain. Muscle strains are painful.  Muscle strains occur when a muscle or tendon is overstretched or torn. A torn muscle is graded by 3 degrees. Mild, moderate, and complete tear. Muscle strains can occur without warning…

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