This was a wonderful place to begin my therapy. Your staff was very nice and made me feel at home.


Lena S.



I chose Therapy Unlimited because they offer Aquatic Therapy in a very large pool that I can really move around in. I am in my 80's now and needed to work on my balance and overall strength. I've been to other facilities for water therapy but nothing compares to the strengthening I feel from walking long laps in Therapy Unlimited's pool!


Peggy





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Breast Cancer & Physical Therapy
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Physical Therapy & Breast Cancer At first glance, it wouldn’t seem natural to corrolate breast cancer with physical or occupational therapy; however, pt/ot can play a beneficial role in the plan of care for breast cancer patients.  Even BEFORE a patient even begins any type of intensive treatment, physical therapy can during prehabilitation.  Prehabilitation is defined... more info

Back to School and Backpack Health
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  WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! Did you know there are correlations between neck, shoulder and back discomfort, pain and posture and proper backpack wearing?! When improperly worn, backpacks can cause: rounded shoulders curved backs back, shoulder, and neck pain postural issues Make sure to keep an eye on your kiddos and if you notice issues or complaints (from kids or... more info

Aqua Therapy Linked to Increased Endurance
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We found a great article from PT in Motion on how aqua therapy can be beneficial for increased physical endurance!  Please review the full article below.      Aquatic Therapy Linked With Higher Physical Endurance   Aquatic workouts may trump land-based exercise for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), says... more info

Physical Therapy First for Low Back Pain Says University of Washington Studies!
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According to TWO new studies out of the University of Washington, for those experiencing low back pain, the first thing patients should seek is physical therapy care!  After researching 150,000 insurance claims, these studies found those patients who first sought physical therapy care lowered the likelihood of being prescribed opioids by 89%, advanced imaging by 28% and ER visits by... more info

Aqua Therapy for Disabilities
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Though almost 20  years old, the following article from WebMD is still highly relevant as it pertains to the multitude of benefits aquatic therapy or "water therapy" can have for patients with various disabilities including those that aren't always limited to physical ability such as cognitive issues like dementia and Alzheimer's.  In general, aqua therapy may improve: ... more info