Meet Our Staff
Stage 4 supervision closer to home for someone recovering from surgery or at risk of needing surgery.Read More
Ergonomic Workstation Evals
Work or home evaluations to make adjustments of office or workstation set-ups to improve the mechanics of the situation and reduce the risk of injury.Read More
Many foot problems can benefit from the use of orthotics.John Carlson, PT, has advanced training and experience in custom fabrication and modification of orthotics, so he is able to determine if you are a good candidate and then determine what features would benefit you the most.Read More
Candy Nelson, PT, is an avid golfer and has advanced training and experience in helping golfers recover from a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological problems. To be able to recover the specific skills and abilities needed to play golf requires someone with advanced knowledge and skills like Candy has.Read More
Although all of our PTs have great skills in treating common hand and wrist problems, our Hand Specialty PT's have advanced training and skills in managing the more complex, less common, or post-surgical disorders. John Carlson, PT, is our hand specialist at this site.Read More
McKenzie Method Therapy
Candy Nelson, PT, is a certified MDT therapist with advanced level training using the McKenzie Method. Several other PT's and PTA's also have advanced training and skills with this method of treatment.Read More
PT's have advanced skills in rehabilitation programs for patients recovering from a stroke, head injury, brain injury, or other neurological injuries such as Multiple Sclerosis.Read More
Sports Injury Screening
John Carlson, PT, has advanced training and experience in screening people both in preparation for sports participation and also after they become injured.Read More
- Pelvic Pain - Various women experience pain in the lower abdominal or pelvic regions during the course of their lives for many reasons. Physical therapy can be helpful with problems stemming from the muscles, nerves and supporting structures.
- Urinary Incontinence - Urinary incontinence is not considered a normal consequence of aging and it is not something a person must accept. Physical therapy programs including exercises for strengthening the pelvic floor muscles and education regarding bladder retraining can be used alone or in conjunction with medications and surgery to treat incontinence. Biofeedback and electric stimulation may also be used to help retrain the pelvic floor muscles.
- Osteoporosis - A physical therapist can design an exercise program with an emphasis on weight-bearing, resistive exercises and correct posture/body mechanics. This will improve muscle strength, bone density and help patients perform daily activities safely.
- Pre/Post Pregnancy Management - Many physical changes occur during and after pregnancy that put a woman at greater risk for injury during exercise and daily activities which can lead to back and pelvic pain. A physical therapist specializing in managing these factors can be very helpful in demonstrating body mechanics and exercises to prevent and/or manage pain.