“Here’s How ANY Shoulder Pain Sufferer Can Put End To Inactivity, The Frustration Of Being Injured And The Fear That They Will Never Get A Full Night's Sleep Again Because Of Shoulder 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 pain in my shoulder that was really bothering me. I had to cut back on weightlifting and I really didn't want to do that. I waited 8 months before coming into Preferred Physical Therapy because I thought it would heal on its own. I tried heat and ice on my shoulder and a ton of Ibuprofen, none of it worked.
I wasn’t sure what Physical Therapy would do but I was hoping it would alleviate the symptoms I was experiencing in my shoulder. If my best friend or family member had pain and were procrastinating I would tell them go get help right away. It is not going to get better on its own. The highlight for me coming to Preferred Physical Therapy was the chatter, the sports talk, and the Jeep talk. I am happy to say I am back weightlifting and enjoying my active lifestyle.Michael Mid 50's, Peoria
I waited a few weeks, to come into Preferred Physical Therapy, as I was travelling and not quite sure whether to get an injection first or see a PT. I was confused as to the best course of action and my previous experience of PT (although brief) did not leave me with a good impression. I had a frozen shoulder, but until I saw you, I did not know that is what it was. I had a lot of pain when moving my left arm in certain positions. My PCP had given me Celebrex to take for a month but it was not helping. I had to do something more to help with the pain and improve my range of motion. Not only that, but with this injury I also couldn’t sleep through the night because of the pain. I tried taking just medication, Tylenol. I did eventually get a cortisone injection that helped tremendously. In retrospect, I feel I would have made quicker progress had I done that prior to my PT. My understanding of PT before I came in was minimal; I understood that it would help, but not sure how it would be accomplished or how long it would take.
If I knew anyone who was in pain and was procrastinating going to get help I would definitely tell them not to hesitate to see you. If anyone is reading this and is skeptical about PT I would say give it a chance… you might be pleasantly surprised how powerful the therapy is. My goal was to eliminate my pain and increase my range of motion… and yes, you helped me achieve that goal.Thanks for the excellent care! Time to go do my exercises now!
You and your staff are the best!Diana Early 40's, Glendale
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