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The process of physical therapy demands active ongoing patient participation for at least 3 to 6 weeks due to the way the body/brain learns. If severe pain and/or organ dysfunction is a factor, your being may take longer in learning to heal. The process can span months and even years. As medical science realizes the inter-connectedness of such varied issues as back/neck pain and organ pain like IBS (just one tiny example), our holistic physical therapy intervention garners more and more support. We in physical therapy here take time to look at everything in a logical manner, as manifested by your body and your questions, each session. Our approach is the opposite of today's tendency to farm each body part out to various specialists. Physical therapy here deals with the need for overall resilience, that is proper movement and support, at all levels. Microscopic (oxygen, molecules), tissues (scars, myofascia), joints, muscles, organs, limbs, posture, ways of moving during the day, and ability to exercise in ways that foster healing of mind and body. Thus we look at and address your many realms: posture, alignment, body mechanics, ergonomics, myofascia, breathing, bowel & bladder habits and mobility, training for optimal function, coordination of movement patterns already stored in the basal ganglia, stress management, pain management, all with personalized, individualized aspects.
Physical therapists identify, diagnose, and treat movement problems. Pain-free movement is crucial to your quality of life, your ability to earn a living, and your independence. We could be called "physics" therapists, because of: how we teach you correct posture, alignment and body mechanics; how we apply many manual or hands-on techniques; and, how we combine physical agents like ice/heat, sound, electricity, tape; in order to guide your body to find or reclaim your optimal movement patterns and find ways to side-step, then leave behind, the painful stress responses of your physiology. Here we engage in critical appraisal of research, advanced manual therapy, and evidence-based movement science, applied to the specific issues that people face in life. We focus on you as a whole being: everything is connected. The APTA has more! American Physical Therapy Association
Simply Results Physical Therapy is a place where the patient comes first, because quality service matters. At Simply Results Physical Therapy, we have the flexibility to do the right thing for each person's situation while holding to the American Physical Therapy Association Code of Ethics and complying with federal and state regulations.
Our Goal is to work with our patients to find a healthy balance that they can maintain in their lives.