FOOT & ANKLE PAIN
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Dr. Nick Hunter is the owner and founder of Phoenix’s Leading Specialist Private Physical Therapy practice for people in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s who want to keep healthy, active and independent.
Dr. Nick Hunter is a graduate of University of Utah where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Since 2010, Dr. Nick has administrative experience in physical therapy, sports and orthopedic fields. Dr. Nick Hunter has worked in a variety of settings (hospital, outpatient, private practice), and started Preferred Physical Therapy with the goal of providing a different rehabilitation experience. An experience that will allow patients to again find joy in their journey. One that will put patients back on the right track so they can get back to living a healthy, independent lifestyle free from pain medications, injections and surgery.
Dr. Nick Hunter has a manual osteopathic approach to patient treatments, with an emphasis on bio-mechanical analysis, correction and return to function.
He has worked in educational development serving as a mentor and clinical instructor to local Physical Therapy Students.
Nick enjoys jeeping (off-roading in the beautiful town of Sedona), camping, crossfitting, coaching, and most importantly spending time with his wife and four active boys.
I had a torn tendon in the left ankle. It was pretty bad, a lot of swelling, mobility was bad. It took me, probably, two weeks after I saw the foot doctor to decide to come into physical therapy. I waited mostly because of cost, and just hoping it would heal on its own, which it didn't! I was missing out on everything, it was very hard to go to work, which was horrible. I tried all I could think of to make my ankle feel better, I tried elevating and I also tried wrapping, I had it wrapped three times by the foot doctor, and that did not do anything.
I decided to try physical therapy I was hopeful it would help me walk better and move better. Now that I've been and have experienced physical therapy, if my family member or friend had pain and they were procrastinating over going to see someone, I would tell them go, do it. Go through it, it works. I have to say my favorite thing about coming into Preferred is the staff! They are the best, and of course feeling better, that was great too.
If anyone is currently skeptical about physical therapy I would say, "Go and do it, and don't put up with the pain.” I’m so glad to finally have my life back, I am just so grateful. I enjoy being able to do what I want to do.Debbie Early 70's, Sun City
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