Manual
Physical Therapy

 

Contact physical therapists are here to help you with your manual therapy needs. When you become a patient you will be placed in qualified hands of a thoroughly trained physical therapist to help ease your joint and muscle pain. We understand that each patient is different and needs one on one care. Licensed therapists will work with you to develop a treatment plan that caters to your individual needs. Drawing upon over 20 years of experience Contact Physical Therapy will work with you through a variety of treatments to help ease your pain and get you back to enjoying the activities you love.

TREATMENT

Manual therapy is performed by licensed physical therapists to treat limited range of motion, muscle aches, and joint pain. This therapy encompasses a variety of techniques including joint mobilization, joint manipulation, and soft tissue mobilization.

The most widely used forms of manual therapy are:

  • Massage is the repetitive rubbing, kneading, or stripping of muscle and fascia tissues.
  • Mobilization is a controlled process involving the stretching of articular and soft tissue to improve joint mobility.

Manual Therapy is a proven method in treatment plans for a variety of conditions including but not limited to:

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Capsule Tightness
  • Pinched Nerves
  • Shoulder Tightness
  • Postsurgical Stiffness
  • Limited Range of Motion

Manual Therapy is often part of a treatment plan that is customized for your specific health needs. Information will be provided so you can perform exercises at home between visits to help with your progression.

INSURANCE

Contact PT works with a variety of insurance providers. Contact PT professionals will work with you and your insurance company to provide you the best care possible.

Getting in touch with a physical therapist will help you in your recovery journey and get you back to the activities you enjoy. Call Contact Physical Therapy to set up an appointment at 480-396-2781 or by filling out the form below.




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