Physical therapy can be a very misunderstood field of medicine to understand. “What areas of my body do you specialize in?” This is a very common question asked among many of our patients. The answer to that questions is very simple: We treat the WHOLE body. Our physical therapists are highly educated clinical specialists that center their practice on the entire body. Each therapist works with you one-on-one, conducting a series of tests and observations to help determine where the issue lies. We help you get stronger, healthier, and able to enjoy your daily activities and reach your goals.
We know you have choices with whom you choose as a member of your healthcare team. Apex is very proud and honored you have chosen us to be part of that team. Health and wellness can be described in many ways when dealing with the individual person. Having a proactive approach with your body is imperative when trying to achieve your wellness goals. Focusing on your body will allow you to understand how to best reach your optimal health space and help you maintain that sweet spot in feeling well as your body ages. This full body focus affects your daily activity, nutrition, hydration, and takes a role in your active wellness. We are so proud to be your body coach in helping you on this journey. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, recover, and stay injury-free.
The role of your physical therapist is to prevent further injury and promote healing. Physical therapists are your body experts. They evaluate and treat all areas of the body such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and discs, that are damaged or disrupted by sprains, strains, tears, and need repair. Our clinical specialists will help create a home exercise program to stay on top of your progress, even when not in our clinic walls.
Pathology is known as a complex potential serious disease that requires further medical examination or treatment. Physical therapists are specially trained to understand and recognize these warning signs of pathology that would require an additional medical referral. Physical therapists combine specialized knowledge of these conditions with advanced understanding and application of exercise principles to help you manage or reverse such problems. Some common pathologies are chronic, degenerative conditions like arthritis, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, or other disorders, such as diabetes and obesity.
Below is a list of many top common conditions our therapists treat. This is not a comprehensive list. Please feel free to contact us about any other conditions you may need help with.