Effective, low-cost, low-risk and non-invasive.
Get Moving Again
Research proves that repetitive motions and our modern lifestyle causes muscle imbalance. Physical therapy helps reduce that imbalance.
It is recommended by the CDC as a preferred alternative to use of medication to reduce pain.
Even strong muscles can become injured or over-stressed, which can make them become painful or tight.
If your ability to move and function has been compromised, physical therapy may be what you need to return optimal function.
If surgery was your only option, it can help rebuild recovering areas.
Your physical therapist performs an evaluation and designs a muscle strengthening and re-balancing program just for you.
Physical therapy addresses the underlying causes of conditions (poor posture, for example) and manages the condition through simple exercises and changes in lifestyle.
Our goal is to provide you with the best possible care while we help you restore strength, balance and range of motion.
Your team will work to find the source of your pain and correct the underlying issue.
Stop Living in Pain
Action Medical Center’s physical therapy program provides the personal care you need to heal quickly and correctly.
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