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Our comprehensive physical therapy program provides the best possible care for patients that suffer from a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological injuries. Through use of our state-of-the-art diagnostic and rehabilitation, our physical therapists will evaluate each individual and develop a treatment plan that utilizes techniques to reduce pain, restore function and prevent re-injury.

The physical therapy team will work closely with the physician to ensure that each patient is treated with the highest level of care.

Our physical therapists provide care for injury prevention, injury rehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation related to:

  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Range of motion deficits
  • Strength deficits
  • Balance deficits
  • Proprioceptive deficits (the body's sense of position and perception of movement)
  • Loss of function related to sports injuries and other activities

Physical Therapy Intake Form

From your first evaluation to the end of your personalized treatment and detailed home instructions, you'll receive top-notch care using the most effective evidence-based treatments and modalities including:

  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Manual therapy
  • Neuromuscular re-education (such as biofeedback and proprioceptive training)

ACL Injury Prevention

Evidence suggests that by participating in a structured prevention program, which emphasizes strength development, neuromuscular control and proper jumping/cutting technique you can minimize your risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.

We utilize the latest equipment and training techniques to conduct a thorough evaluation and design a conditioning program and individualized strength workout that will address your needs and goals.

Contact Us

Our physical therapy and support staff is dedicated to providing world class customer service and patient comfort.

Please call our scheduling coordinator at 414-805-8656 to make an appointment with one of our physical therapists, and let us help you get back in the game.

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