Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy at RCPT

At RCPT we offer traditional treatment methods plus MORE. If you need physical therapy, in most cases we can help!

Here’s the MORE:

At RCPT, your physical therapist will address the management, healing, and prevention of your injuries and disabilities. They will focus on relieving your pain, promoting healing, restoring function and movement, body mechanic training, fitness, and wellness.

In other words, we can play a role in most people’s lives!

Here are some of the most common reasons people seek physical therapy services at our clinic:

  • Sports related injuries
  • Neck pain and low back pain
  • Arthritis in one or multiple joints
  • Fractures and other orthopedic conditions
  • Problems with balance or mobility
  • Chronic fatigue and weakness
  • Pre- and post-surgical conditioning and strengthening
  • Cancer recovery
  • Fitness and wellness education including weight loss and prevention of osteoporosis
  • Knee, ankle and foot problems
  • Shoulder, arm, hand and wrist problems, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and shoulder tendonitis
  • Common sprains and muscle strains
  • Work-related injuries such as repetitive motion injuries, slip and fall accidents and other trauma
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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy at RCPT

At RCPT we offer traditional treatment methods plus MORE. If you need physical therapy, in most cases we can help!

Here’s the MORE:

At RCPT, your physical therapist will address the management, healing, and prevention of your injuries and disabilities. They will focus on relieving your pain, promoting healing, restoring function and movement, body mechanic training, fitness, and wellness.

In other words, we can play a role in most people’s lives!

Here are some of the most common reasons people seek physical therapy services at our clinic:

  • Sports related injuries
  • Neck pain and low back pain
  • Arthritis in one or multiple joints
  • Fractures and other orthopedic conditions
  • Problems with balance or mobility
  • Chronic fatigue and weakness
  • Pre- and post-surgical conditioning and strengthening
  • Cancer recovery
  • Fitness and wellness education including weight loss and prevention of osteoporosis
  • Knee, ankle and foot problems
  • Shoulder, arm, hand and wrist problems, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and shoulder tendonitis
  • Common sprains and muscle strains
  • Work-related injuries such as repetitive motion injuries, slip and fall accidents and other trauma