PATIENTS & CAREGIVERS

We provide therapy to you like you are family.  We want to help you obtain and maintain your health and safety.  You can access your physical therapy doctor through, phone, email, and messaging. 

Services Provided:

  • Range of Motion                                             

  • Neuromuscular re-education

  • Strengthening

  • Manual Therapy (Hands on)       

  • Stabilization                   

  • Balance Training

  • Gait Training                      

  • Electrical Stim-Home Unit (Muscle/Pain) set-up                

  • Dry Needling                     

  • Therapeutic Exercises

  • Home Management (safety)

What we treat:

  • Hips

  • Knees

  • Foot/Ankle

  • Back

  • Arthritis

  • Falls

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Dementia

  • Parkinson’s

  • Stroke

  • Shoulders

  • Elbow

  • Wrist/Hand

  • Diabetes

We treat various conditions, ultimately seeking to improve your quality of life. Some of these conditions are shown above, but there are many more.

How we treat

  • Improve range of motion, strength, and balance through stretching, manual therapy, and resistive exercises to optimize functional ability

  • Reduce pain and stiffness through specialized therapeutic interventions and techniques

  • Improve the ability to perform activities of daily living through patient education and a customized home exercise program

  • Decrease the risk of falls through home safety evaluations and training on the proper use of assistive devices.

  • Provide cueing and compensatory strategies to improve balance and quality of walking

  • Strengthen the abdominal and back muscles through high-intensity strength training to improve posture and mobility

  • Evaluate and refer for custom splints and orthotics

  • Provide balance training programs to increase walking speed and decrease risk of falls

  • Education on energy conservation

  • Aerobic exercises to improve functional outcomes

  • Education and training on strategies for increased independence with ADLs

  • Educate caregivers on changes needed in the home environment

Patient concerns that can benefit from Physical Therapy

  • I worry I’ll fall

  • I feel dizzy

  • I have new glasses

  • I’ve fallen in the past six months

  • I take several prescription medications

  • I sometimes feel unsteady walking

  • It’s hard for me to get up from a chair

  • I take extra care getting ready in the morning because of my balance

  • I’m weak from illness or injury

  • I’m tired, short of breath, or have trouble doing once-simple tasks

  • It’s hard for me to get in or out of chairs, bed, and my shower

  • I fall frequently or lose my balance doing tasks

  • It hurts when I do functional tasks

  • I don’t see well

  • I was recently in the hospital

  • I use an assistive device

  • I’m more dependent on family or a caregiver

Getting Started with PT

Ask your doctor to write a referral for United Physical Therapy to get started helping you. A Doctor of Physical Therapy will then perform a comprehensive examination/assessment. Your therapist creates a plan of care based on their examination, standardized assessments, clinical observations, and your goals. 

* Please see the Resources page on this website to print a referral to take to your doctor.  

Treatment Time

Depending on your physician, therapist’s examination, and your goals you may be seen three (3) times weekly, maybe four (4), maybe something else. It is based on your individual therapy needs.  When your optimal function is obtained, and you can continue your success therapy will stop.

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