I am very improves with the staff at Therapy Unlimited. I was being treated for benign positional vertigo and they cured it in 3 – ½ hour sessions. I would have to say they are a knowledgeable group of practitioners. Thanks for your help.


Sincerely, Norm. E.



Just saying excellent or exceptional is not enough for the work done at this place. They are doing, in my opinion, more good to me and other customers than the above words mean! When politeness, good manners and cheerfulness are on their side “nothing will go wrong”. Special thanks to Jennifer, LaNea and Sarah who attended me and to Kristen & Lauren & Jenny at the front desk.






Physical Therapy (PT) is the treatment of injury, surgery, or chronic medical conditions using a variety of techniques to help get you back to your normal life. PT focuses on overall strength, coordination, and skills. At the time you become a patient, Therapy Unlimited staff conduct a comprehensive evaluation and develop an individualized plan of care.

We offer hands-on-treatment which enhances your potential outcome following injury, surgery, or treatment for chronic pain. Every patient receives a comprehensive rehabilitation program designed specifically to meet his or her individual needs and goals. Treatment is provided with the personalized attention our patients desire.

Therapy Unlimited seeks to provide the highest quality treatment available. Written and verbal reports regarding patient progress are comprehensive and provided in a timely manner.

We have extensive experience and specialize in treating patients for personal injury, auto accidents, sports injuries, surgical rehabilitation, prenatal and postpartum conditions, work-related injuries, orthopedic conditions, and neurological disorders.  

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Nicole, PTA, working with patient to promote independence with the use of prosthetic leg.

Common Physical Therapy Treatments:

  • Manual Therapy 
    • Reduces pain, inflammation, and enhances movement. 
  • Therapeutic Exercise 
    • Improves strength, range of motion, and flexibility through use of clinic equipment including, but not limited to, resistance bands, exercise balls, treadmills, exercise bikes, weight and strength machines.                                                                                                              
  • Neuromuscular Education 
    • Improving balance, coordination and posture.         
         
                                                                                             
  • Physical Modalities
    • To improve circulation, mechanics, and joint position; decrease swelling and muscle spasms; and reduce pain, our therapists use a combination of the following:
      • Cervical and Lumbar Traction
      • Electrical Stimulation
      • Ultrasound
      • Biofeedback     
  • Therapeutic Massage                  
    • Moist Heat
    • Soft Tissue Massage
    • Ice Massage
  • Fall Prevention Programs   
                                                                          
  • Patient Education 
    • Treatment plans and tools for home use to continue treatment progress

 

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