Physical Therapy Services

Our physical therapists specialize in treating a diverse population with a vast range of diagnoses. We provide expert rehabilitation services to people who have experienced various injuries, illnesses, and accidents. For instance, motor-vehicle accidents, sports injuries, falls, and stroke (also known as CVA or cerebral-vascular accident) are just a few examples. Furthermore, the PTs at TPI are experts in the use of physical agent modalities, such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation. These treatments are evidence-based, meaning their effectiveness is well-documented in healthcare literature.

In addition to providing therapy after surgery, illnesses, or injuries, PTs are well-established professionals in a practice called pre-habilitation. In this specialized type of therapy, PTs design exercise programs prior to certain surgeries, such as knee replacement, hip replacement, or shoulder surgery. This helps clients to be as strong and flexible as possible, ensuring the best post-surgical outcomes. PT is also the ideal therapy if you want to establish an individualized exercise program or improve athletic performance. The team of physical therapists at TPI are here to help you restore motion, flexibility, improve gait (walking), decrease pain, correct deformities, and increase muscle strength.


Our Physical Therapists can help with the following:

  • Joint Mobilizations
  • Soft Tissue Mobilizations
  • Scar Mobilizations
  • Pre-habilitation
  • Hands On Stretching and Strengthening
  • Manual Therapy
  • Active Release Technique (ACT)
  • Proprioceptive Training and Balance Skills
  • Sports Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Postural Stabilization
  • Neuromuscular Re-education
  • Neuro Rehabilitation
  • Pain Management
  • Gait Training
  • Back and Spine Rehabilitation
  • Shoulder Rehabilitation
  • Knee Rehabilitation
  • Hip Rehabilitation
  • Stroke Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Passive Range of Motion
  • Active Range of Motion
  • Ultrasound
  • Core Strengthening
  • Patient Education and Preventive Care
  • Electrical Stimulation

How Can I Benefit From Physical Therapy?

At TPI, your physical therapy journey starts with a thorough evaluation tailored to your needs and goals. We prioritize your input, ensuring that we address your concerns about strength, stability, and safety in your daily life. Our client-centered approach means your goals always come first. Your physical therapist will craft a personalized plan to help you achieve these goals, teaching you strategies to manage challenges and navigate your home, community, and work environment safely and effectively. Collaboration with your healthcare team, including therapists, physicians, and surgeons, ensures a holistic approach to evaluation and treatment.

Throughout therapy, you’ll learn techniques to enhance strength, flexibility, and coordination. Your PTs will guide you in gradually and safely building endurance to reach your objectives. For example, if navigating stairs is challenging post-surgery, your PT will devise exercises targeting the necessary muscle groups. We even provide assistance in your home environment if needed. We understand your desire to regain your optimal functionality.

Regular strength, range of motion, and endurance testing help track your progress accurately. Adjustments to your exercise program are made to ensure safe and progressive improvement without compromising your recovery. This approach fosters independence and maximizes your potential for functioning at your best.


How Do I Know if I Need Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy is often prescribed after many types of surgical procedures. Just a few of these include: total hip or knee replacement, rotator cuff repair, spinal fusion, spinal disk replacement, or discectomy.

Physical therapy can be critical to addressing deformities. For example, people who are suffering from scoliosis (curvature of the spine) often receive physical therapy to keep the curvature from getting worse and causing increased disability. PTs specialize in joint mobilizations and other manual therapies to help patients manage arthritic changes in the body. For those who have survived a stroke, PT is important in managing and minimizing the potential for contractures, which is when the limbs get “stuck” in certain positions and interfere with movement.

Essentially, if you or a loved one is having challenges with walking, strength, joint mobility, or endurance, physical therapy is extremely beneficial in achieving independence and an excellent quality of life.

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