Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation


          Common issues seen by Physical Therapy
  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Patellar Pain
  • Hip Bursitis
  • Muscle Strains
  • IT Band Syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Scapular Dysfunction

        Common Physical Therapy treatments

  • Targeted Muscle Strengthening
  • Hands-On Mobilization
  • Sport-Specific Rehab
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Graston Techniques
  • Custom Orthotics
  • Electrical Stimulation
  • Running Assessments
  • Ultrasound/Cortisone


Surgery Rehab

Following any surgical procedure, our patients immediately begin a rehabilitation program to help speed along the recovery process and assist with patient comfort. Therapy will be custom designed to each patient's needs and individual therapist attention will be provided at all times. All of our rehabiliation treatments are backed by research and years of experience with all types of patients. Our patients typically see remarkably faster recovery periods with signifcantly less discomfort throughout the rehab procress. Whether your goal is to return to varsity sports, get back to work quickly or simply be able to play with the grandkids, we’ll strive to get you back quickly and comfortably.



Non-surgery Rehab

For patients that do not require surgery, physical therapy is a proven way to decrease pain and restore function. We pride ourselves
assessment of in not just providing generic types of treatments and any treatments recommended will be based on thorough and proper evaluation of each patient. For patient experience pain, modalities such as cortisone, ultrasound and taping are availble to add comfort. For other that see a lack of performance due to a tightness or weakness, manual therapy augmented with specific muscle control exercise may be needed. Whatever the injury or discrepancy, we will find the cause and treat accordingly. Don't be fooled by quick fixes and marketing tactics. Unlike other types of clinicians, as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Dr. Matthew Sowder possesses the knowledge and ability to evaluate your limitations, design a treatment plan and provide education on maintenance and proper mechanics. 











A patient performing plyometrics 5 weeks following
ACL Reconstruction.

 
Rehab Protocols

 




Rehab Resources


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