Physical therapy is a critical component in the journey to wellness, especially for those recovering from injury, surgery, or managing chronic pain. Our clinic’s physical therapists are not only experts in their field but are also experienced in a broad range of treatment modalities designed to keep you active and support your recovery.
Highly Qualified Physical Therapy Experts
Each of our physical therapists comes with a substantial background of education and practical experience. Their expertise is built on solid foundations of advanced degrees and certifications, coupled with years of treating patients with a variety of conditions and injuries.
Customized Treatment Approaches in Lee’s Summit
Recognizing that every patient has unique needs, our therapists specialize in creating customized treatment plans. These plans are meticulously developed to address the individual’s specific injuries, surgical recovery needs, or chronic conditions, ensuring a more effective and personal recovery experience.
Comprehensive Treatment Spectrum
We take pride in our therapists’ versatility and their ability to provide an extensive range of treatments. Below are some of the core treatment types offered by our expert therapists.
What We Treat
An ACL tear is an injury that happens to a part of your knee called the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL for short. Your ACL is like a strong, stretchy band that helps keep your knee stable when you move it.
In a bid to provide you with an in-depth understanding of arthritis, we’ve compiled comprehensive information regarding what arthritis is, its causes, symptoms, and how a professional hand therapist can help in treatment..
Back Pain and Sciatica
Do you wake up in the morning with that nagging back pain? Are you feeling achy pain in your back, buttock, or even thigh? Are you having to watch what you do, because you are afraid you may hurt your back?
Balance and Gait Disorders
Balance and gait disorders are conditions that affect a person’s ability to stand and walk steadily. These disorders can make simple tasks like walking, climbing stairs, or getting up from a chair challenging.
Chronic Pain is a condition that causes severe discomfort and can last for many years. Acute pain can last for hours or weeks, but chronic pain will not go away. Although the intensity of your pain may decrease, it will eventually return..
Dizziness and Vertigo
Patients who often experience dizziness or vertigo need to seek medical attention. Dizziness can result from a simple change in medication, or an incorrect prescription of glasses. It could also be caused by a more serious..
Elbow, Wrist, or Hand Pain
Are you suffering from recurrent elbow, wrist, or hand pain that doesn’t seem to get better? There are several reasons why you may experience pain or stiffness in these areas of the body.
Most of us can deal with a little pain. We may have the occasional ache from overdoing it at the gym or a twinge from bumping our shins on the bed, but most of the time we can ignore it, take an anti-inflammatory and go about our day.
Foot or Ankle Pain
You spend an incredible amount of time using your feet every day, and if you are suffering from foot and ankle pain, your life can be greatly impacted. It can cause dread and agony when taking the stairs, walking a block to your…
Hip & Knee Pain
Your hips and knees are the largest joints in your body. While many people may experience hip pain or knee pain on their own, it is also common to experience them together as well. You may first notice hip pain..
Hip Replacement Surgery
Knee Replacement Surgery
Motor Vehicle Accident
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is neurological disease that causes the body’s immune system to abnormally attack the covering of the nerve cells, called myelin. This causes scarring and decreases the nerve’s ability to transmit…
A neurological physical therapist is one who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with movement difficulties due to an injury or disease of the nervous system. A neurologic clinical specialist (NCS)…
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that affects the central nervous system. It is characterized by tremors, rigidity, and difficulty with movement, balance, and coordination.
Pelvic rehabilitation is a relatively new area of physical therapy that many people may not be familiar with. A trained physical therapist can use pelvic therapy to help you reduce or completely eliminate the pain and symptoms associated…
Plantar Fasciitis is a common problem that can cause pain in your feet. It happens when a part of your foot called the plantar fascia gets irritated and inflamed. The plantar fascia is a long, thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom..
Have you been told by your doctor that you require surgery? Such news is never easy to hear, but there are some things you can do to make the process go more smoothly and to help your recovery. One of the most important is to ensure…
For most people the concept of physical therapy is understood and appreciated—you know that after surgery you will need to do exercises to regain strength and mobility. A physical therapist will guide you through your exercises to help…
Rotator Cuff Tears
A rotator cuff tear is a common shoulder injury that affects the muscles and tendons around the shoulder joint. These muscles and tendons form the rotator cuff, which helps you move your arm and shoulder.
Athletes on every level run the constant risk of injury. Professional sports icons run the same risk as those on High School and college teams and weekend outdoor enthusiasts. Whatever your sport or level of achievement..
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome(TOS)
It is no secret that there are plenty of dangerous professions out there. According to the Bureau of Labor, firefighters, nurses, police officers, and home manufacturers are among the occupational groups that are most likely to be physically hurt at work.