Physical therapy begins with a comprehensive examination and evaluation to determine the nature and cause of your symptoms. A highly qualified therapist will then aim to treat any limitations you may have, whether it be pain, decreased range of motion, weakness, or underlying problems with joint mobility and soft tissue (i.e. muscles, tendons, etc.) mobility. By addressing these limitations which often lead to movement dysfunction, patients will begin to have less pain and better movement, which accomplishes the ultimate goal of getting you back to optimal physical health.
Overall, manual therapy’s primary goal is to restore the normal motion to the body joints or soft tissue. learn more
Downtown/Dutchtown Physical Therapy is committed to offering top-quality care. We have clinicians on staff that underwent extensive training and education to become Astym-certified. learn more
We have multiple therapists with advanced training in Dry Needling, another type of manual therapy that uses solid, filliform needles to help patients who are experiencing chronic pain. learn more
At the Highland and Dutchtown facilities we are able to offer you access to Pilates exercise equipment. learn more