Osteopractic Physical Therapy Treatments
Drug And Surgery Free Pain Relief
As healthcare continues to evolve, Spinal Manipulation and Dry Needling specifically have been shown through research to have a significantly beneficial effect for pain relief and restoring function without the need for Drugs, Injections or Surgery. Phoenix Osteopractic Physical Therapy understands the frustration you feel when you are not able to be completely active. We listen and identify the perfect treatment that will help you get back to fully enjoying the things you desire to do and live a fully active productive life.
Get The Highest Level of Care You Deserve
One of the things that makes Phoenix Osteopractic Physical Therapy line special and unique is that the service is rendered one-on-one by the physical therapist, and not by a technician or assistant. In most Hospital, Corporate, and Physician-Owned Practices, the services are often in part (sometimes in large part) rendered by an unlicensed, on-the-job trained technician level person.
Physical Therapy Services Provided to Meet Your Needs
Our scope of practice is broad, extending to many areas including, but not limited to, manual therapy techniques, gait analysis and training, balance training, therapeutic exercise, work conditioning, and ergonomic and postural assessment. In particular, manual therapy techniques encompass a wide variety of hands-on treatment: massage or soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, spinal manipulation, dry needling therapy, and others.
Trained in the most advanced researched based physical therapy treatments; we are able to customize a specific treatment plan that is right for you. We will utilize one or multiple of the following treatment procedures to help you get back to where you want to be to do the things you enjoy doing:
An osteopractor is very distinct from, and should not be confused with, a chiropractor or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), as neither of these are physical therapists. The osteopractor credential distinguishes those physical therapists who have achieved a level of highly skilled, hands-on manual therapy techniques.