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Our 4 Phase Healing Program
Phase I: Pain Management
In this phase, we focus on setting your success plan and goals for physical therapy. Also, this phase focuses on reducing pain and inflammation while restoring movement. Depending on the severity of your issue or how long you have been dealing with your pain this phase can last six visits or less.
Phase II: Corrective Movement
With a decrease in pain and inflammation you will begin to work on specifically designed movements to improve you body's flexibility, strength and mobility.
Phase III: Functional Restoration
This is where all the hard work you put in Phases 1 and 2 pay off. Focusing on your success plan and goals we will custom design and functional training plan to achieve the outcomes and goals you set in Phase 1.
Phase IV: Injury Prevention
Good Work! Now that you are back to doing what you want and love to do we want you to stay that way. We will make sure you have a reasonable movement plan to focus on preventing injuries and keeping on the path of wellness and health.
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