Hands-on Physical Therapy
for Rapid Pain Relief

Personal Care to Help You Achieve Your Goals

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Are You Having Trouble with Daily Activities?

  • Does It Feel Like No One is Listening?
  • Looking for a Permanent Solution to the Pain?
  • Want to Return to Sports as Fast as Possible?
  • Want to Avoid Unnecessary Drugs & Surgery?
  • Did You Know Not All
    Physical Therapy is the Same?
  • You'll Receive a Thorough Initial Evaluation from our Advanced Trained Physical Therapists
  • You'll be Working with our Highly Specialized Physical Therapists
  • You’ll Improve Your Strength, Mobility and Independence
  • You’ll Learn How to Avoid Future Problems and Stay Healthy

Is This Your First Visit to Physical Therapy?

Here’s why you should consider us:
  • We are Licensed, Expert, Fellowship Trained Clinicians
  • We have 90+ Years of Combined Experience & a Specialized Treatment Approach
  • Locally Owned and Operated by Physical Therapists
  • Orthopedic Certified Specialists - Less than 5% of Clinicians Achieve This
  • We Listen to You & Our Personalized Care will Help You Get Better Faster

Areas of the Body & Conditions We Treat

Expert Services We Provide

What Our
Patients Are Saying

  • Great place and truly knowledgeable team. They make you feel great from the moment you walk in. I was a tough patient and they were great with me!

    Becky B.

  • I love this place! I work with Isaac; and his training, knowledge, and skill set are so impressive. He is also personable with a great sense of humor. I have had two back surgeries and received PT at another clinic after my first surgery.

    Marilyn M.

  • Jason really helped me rehab my knee after meniscus tear surgery. My leg was weak from several months of inactivity, and after 6-8 weeks, I have regained my strength and full range of motion. His staff is friendly and encouraging. Hi Leslie! Hi Nick! You guys are the bomb!

    Dr K.


NOTE: No Referral No Problem
We Can See Patients Without a Physician’s Referral

If you don’t see your plan listed, please give us a call.
We make every effort to verify your insurance benefits before your first visit with us.

Physical Therapy & Rehab Associates Comparison
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Physical Therapy & Rehab Associates
Locally owned and operated by Physical Therapists for 20+ years. Yes No No
Immediate Appointments Available Yes Maybe No
Budget Friendly and Affordable Pricing Yes No No
One-on-One Treatment with Your Therapist Yes No Maybe
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained Yes Maybe Maybe
Dry Needling Specialists Yes Maybe Maybe
Manual Therapy Experts Yes Maybe Maybe
Sports Therapy Specialists Yes Maybe No
Industrial Rehab Specialists Yes No No
Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Associates
Locally owned and operated by Physical Therapists for 20+ years.:Yes
Immediate Appointments Available:Yes
Budget Friendly and Affordable Pricing:Yes
One-on-One Treatment with Your Therapist:Yes
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:Yes
Dry Needling Specialists:Yes
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:Yes
Manual Therapy Experts:Yes
Sports Therapy Specialists:Yes
Industrial Rehab Specialists:Yes
Locally owned and operated by Physical Therapists for 20+ years.:No
Immediate Appointments Available:No
Budget Friendly and Affordable Pricing:No
One-on-One Treatment with Your Therapist:No
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:Maybe
Dry Needling Specialists:Maybe
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:No
Manual Therapy Experts:Maybe
Sports Therapy Specialists:No
Industrial Rehab Specialists:No
Locally owned and operated by Physical Therapists for 20+ years.:No
Immediate Appointments Available:No
Budget Friendly and Affordable Pricing:No
One-on-One Treatment with Your Therapist:No
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:Maybe
Dry Needling Specialists:Maybe
Board Certified & Fellowship Trained:Maybe
Manual Therapy Experts:Maybe
Sports Therapy Specialists:Maybe
Industrial Rehab Specialists:Maybe

The Recovery Process

Learn about the 5 phases of recovery

Click on a phase number to learn more.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
    • Pain Relief

      Reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation are common goals in this phase of recovery. Injury protection, elevation, appropriate medications, compression, and patient education are important.

    • Active Physical Therapy
    • Introduce Movement

      Pain-free passive, manual therapy, active range of motion, and cardiorespiratory exercises, are indicated here. Education about pain and a positive attitude may help.

    • Active Physical Therapy
    • Strengthening

      Progressive loading of healing soft tissues, the reintroduction of low-stress neuromuscular reeducation, balance training, and basic functional activities are part of this rehabilitation phase.

    • Active Physical Therapy
    • Functional Retraining

      Progressing strengthening exercises, improving flexibility, and advanced balance exercises are part of phase 4. Resuming functional movement (e.g. sports movements) occurs in this phase.

    • Active Physical Therapy
    • Recovery & Prevention

      Functional movements are progressed, a controlled re-introduction to sports or challenging environments is initiated. Continued strengthening, flexibility, balance, endurance, and goal-specific training occurs during this phase. Education and future injury prevention are discussed.

    • Active Physical Therapy
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  • February 14, 2024
    Your knee is a complex part of your body that helps you walk, run, and jump. Inside the knee, there are two special cartilage cushions called the menisci (singular is meniscus). Sometimes, as we get older or when we put too much pressure on our knees, one

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  • February 7, 2024
    Shoulder pain can come from a variety of soft tissue structures, often making everyday activities challenging. Whether it's due to an injury, overuse, or a condition like arthritis, finding relief is crucial for maintaining an active, pain-free lifestyle

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  • January 24, 2024
    Falls are not just simple accidents. They're a major health concern, especially for older adults. Falls can lead to serious injuries like hip fractures and can even be life-threatening. In fact, data shows that falls resulted in about 3 million emergency

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  • January 17, 2024
    Have you ever felt like your shoulders are slouching or your neck is always strained? That might be because of something called Upper Cross Syndrome. It's a fancy term for when our muscles get out of balance because of bad posture. But do

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  • January 10, 2024
    Achilles Tendinopathy is a common and painful condition affecting our Achilles tendon, the tough band connecting the calf muscles to the heel. It can strike anyone, especially those active in sports. The pain and stiffness in the heel can really put a dam

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  • January 3, 2024
    Did you know a lot of adults, especially those who work in offices, often get neck pain? In fact, up to 80% of people might feel neck pain in a year. It's not just a small problem; it can really affect someone's life and work. It also can seriously impact

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  • December 27, 2023
    We often hear about the importance of getting enough sleep, but there's another aspect of our sleep that deserves equal attention - its regularity. A groundbreaking study published in "Sleep" journal (2023) has shed light on how the consistency of our sle

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  • December 20, 2023
    Chronic neck pain is more than just a nuisance; it's a condition that affects daily activities and overall well-being. Chronic pain is defined as pain that’s persisted for more than 90 days. For many, the solution lies in physical therapy, a personalized

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  • December 13, 2023
    While most athletes understand the basic principles of injury prevention, the real challenge lies in consistently executing these strategies within their training and daily routines. Knowing is just half the battle; actively applying this knowledge is wha

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