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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 was diagnosed with whiplash and it was pretty bad. I waited almost 2 months before coming in for Physical Therapy because I was kind of thinking; "it will go away, it just kind of takes time” plus I kinda felt like, "Okay, what can a physical therapist do that I can't do on my own?" I did a lot of hot baths, Epsom salt baths, some stretching, alcohol rubs, heating pad. I was prescribed muscle relaxants. I kinda think that I got a Band-Aid on it but it really didn't fix the problem, and I didn't want to be dependent on anything drug-related.
I didn't really know what Physical Therapy was - I really honestly thought it was just someone teaching you how to stretch, maybe even take me through a few exercises, you know, kind of like a coach going through the process and kind of hoping for the best. Definitely NOT what I ended up experiencing with Nick at Preferred Physical Therapy. The first couple of visits kind of like, you know, I'm just going because I need to go and what am I losing? Nothing. And, I want to say maybe about the third or fourth visit, I really honestly started feeling a little angry because I was like, "Every time I go, they torture me. They make me do all these exercises that I can't do. They put this heat on me or this ice” and I'm like, "What are they doing? I don't like ice” But, I kept trusting they got to be doing something right. This isn't something new that they're experimenting with. This is something that you actually hear out pretty often, so just keep pushing, keep trusting so keep going. And then I realized that "Hey, you know, I'm feeling less and less pain. I'm feeling less and less of the pulls. I'm able to definitely walk easier or straighter. I'm not as dizzy,".
I got my mojo coming back, you know. I'm starting to feel more like myself and that's huge for me. I would tell anyone if they had pain to come see the guys at Preferred Physical Therapy. I mean seriously, it really works, give it a try and trust that they do know what they're doing and it's gonna be worth it. Number one thing I wanted to achieve was to get active again and definitely achieved it, definitely.Jermaine Early 50's
I started experiencing this dizziness, and after dealing with it for about a week I decided to go to the doctor because I had a severe dizzy spell, which was very scary. The doctor diagnosed me with BPPV and recommend that I go see a physical therapist right away. I was skeptical, I didn’t know what to expect or how a physical therapist was going to help me, but after my first visit I was feeling better. After my second visit the dizziness was totally gone! We worked on my balance, which I had no idea was so weak. I now know, at my age, my balance is something I need to continue to work on daily.
I would recommend physical therapy for anyone who has experienced anything similar to what I have been through, because with Physical Therapy it did go away. I know people live with vertigo on a regular basis, which is something I thought I was going to have to do. Try physical therapy, no matter what type of pain you are experiencing. Do not just shoot it down quickly because it does work!Michelle Early 50's, Glendale
I had shooting pains going up my neck and my neck would just sort of lock up. I'd be sitting at my desk and there'd be this horrendous pain. And after trying to do some neck stretches on my own, it was pretty obvious that I needed professional help. I called several other places before I called Preferred Physical Therapy, and there were a couple other places that made it really complicated, sounded really rushed on the phone, like they didn't have time to talk to me, and it really discouraged me.
So, when I called Preferred Physical Therapy and I spoke with Kathleen, I immediately got a feeling that maybe I had found the right place, because she was very warm and welcoming and when I showed up here, the experience continued. All in all, it's been a really positive experience and I'd recommend that if anyone is putting up with pain that's not going away, and you're taking too many Advil or ibuprofens to compensate, they really owe it to themselves to take a really healthy approach and check out the team at Preferred Physical Therapy.
Now, a couple months later, I'm happy to say that while I'll probably, at this point in my life, never be 100%, I'm about as close to my 100% as I can get. I have no more neck pain. I have better flexibility with my neck. I am able to turn in the car and see other cars behind me using mirrors that I wasn't able to do before. It's the effort that I put into it, and the support, and the effort and the expertise that I got from the team at Preferred Physical Therapy. Thanks guys.Pam Mid 60's, Glendale
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