Safe & Helpful

Living with pain is not fun, but some people believe it’s just a way of life. You may think the pain will eventually go away, you might be scared you’ll need surgery, or it may be one of those nagging things that you just haven’t taken care of yet. Physical therapy is a safe alternative to surgery and medication, and the right treatment plan can provide relief from arthritis to back pain to helping recover from an injury.

How to Start?

Starting physical therapy for the first time can be intimidating. Whether you’re struggling with pain and not sure if you’ll ever feel better or you have pain and believe that eventually the pain will go away. We believe that with a friendly smile and a caring voice will go a long way to starting you on the road to recovery.  Before the end of your first visit you will begin to build trust in what will become a very close patient/therapist relationship. At Advanced Medical Therapy, our physical therapists understand the anxiety that accompanies an injury or discomfort. Let us help you to feel good, to get moving again, and live pain free for a better tomorrow.

If You Haven't Yet Tried Physical Therapy

Consider discussing it with your doctor. Why? Physical Therapists have a great understanding of how the body works and how to get you moving again. We know how to manage your body to restore and maximize mobility. Many times people are referred to physical therapy with a long prior medical history, which may include prior injuries, hypertension, diabetes, respiratory issues, and cancer. But these are not roadblocks for us, they’re simply part of what makes up your personal medical history.

Pain can affect your everyday tasks, your ability to do your job, and life in general. Being properly evaluated by a physical therapist is important in identifying the musculoskeletal relationship of your symptoms and potential paths of recovery through treatment plans, exercise, manual therapy, and/or modalities.

We treat all of the common conditions and injuries listed below. At the same time, we believe each patient’s situation is unique and deserves special attention for recovery. When you can control or alleviate your pain symptoms, you can move through life freely again, regaining the quality of life that you once had.