Is persistent pain getting in the way of life?
Physical therapy can offer relief.
Schedule a free screen to determine your options.
Say goodbye to persistent pain
All it takes is 15 minutes. We’ll discuss options to relieve or reduce your pain.
Within 24 business hours, we’ll confirm a time that works best for your schedule.
Don’t let pain stop you from living the life you love.
A free screen with one of our expert physical therapists can determine if physical therapy can help you get back to enjoying your busy life, free of persistent pain.
Physical therapy offers relief from persistent pain
Avoids costly and painful surgery
Spend more time with your family and less time in recovery.
Teaches strengthening exercises for long-term relief
Learn strategies and techniques for pain relief on your own, at home, and wherever you go.
Removes the risk of opioid side effects
In addition to being dangerous and addictive, prescription drugs only mask pain.
Our evidenced-based approach is custom tailored to your situation.
Treatment may include:
- Manual PT
- Joint mobilization
- Dry needling
- Personalized exercise program
- Hands-on therapy to work on muscle tone
- Manipulation (a single, brief, quick, small movement to specific spots on your body)
For at least one type of lower back pain (lumbar spinal stenosis), physical therapy is recommended over surgery:
“The results of the Annals study suggest that people with lumbar spinal stenosis should first try a well-designed physical therapy program...”
- Dr. Jeffrey N. Katz, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School
Real patients. Real relief.
“I tried months of physical therapy prior to finding PTC with little relief. Casey and Liz were both extremely thorough, and did an awesome job. They made my pain manageable, which after 2 years of misery, was amazing. Awesome place with awesome people working there.”
“This place gave me my life back. I have suffered with chronic back pain for 15 to 20 years... I can now play with my grandkids, go on walks and perform my normal daily activities without pain and I owe it all Jamie! The staff here is friendly, supportive, encouraging and compassionate. You can tell they really care about their patients and want them to do well. They get excited for their patients milestones in their progress. I was actually sad to stop going because they became part of the family.”