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Doctors of Physical Therapy that come to YOU!

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Providers offer initial evaluations, daily visits, ergonomic assessments, manual therapy visits, trigger point dry needling, telehealth & kinesiotaping.  Treatments are always one-on-one with the therapist to truly customize care & speed recovery.

Initial Evaluations

Initial Evaluations begin with a thorough medical history.  Visits include education, physical examination, & treatment. Physical therapy treatments range from manual therapy to therapeutic exercise to dry needling.  Each patient receives customized care according to their pathology. Most patients receive a home exercise program to be performed between visits. Concierge Orthopedics enables all patients to take control of their pain & gives them tools for pain management techniques. Prepare for up to one hour for your first visit.  

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Ergonomic Assessments

Working from home is the new norm.  C/O provides virtual assessment of your work stations to reduce overuse injuries, improve posture & increase productivity.

Manual therapy includes the use of multiple hands on techniques to achieve various goals. Goals can include pain reduction, improved joint mobility or reduced soft tissue stiffness. Therapists have unlimited time to focus on these skills without the confines of an outpatient facility. Specialty trained physical therapy doctors use manual therapy & exercise to also treat pelvic floor disorders.

Dry Needling is the use of mono filament needles to reduce muscle pain or improve contraction of the muscle.  Electrical stimulation is often coupled with this treatment.

Manual Therapy Visits


Trigger Point Dry Needling

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Teletherapy includes a thorough patient history, patient education & customized exercise program. Physical Therapists observe patients perform their exercises to ensure correct form & compliance. Teletherapy visits range from 30 minutes to an hour.

Kinesiotaping has a wide range of use. Taping techniques reduce pain, provide joint support & improve muscle recruitment.



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