Orthopedic Therapy

What Does An Orthopedic Physician Do?

An orthopedic physical therapist treats any muscle joint or neuromuscular or skeletal issue, including aches and pains, overuse injuries, strains, and nerve symptoms. Usually involving tendons, bones, joints, ligaments, cartilage, and tissues.

An orthopedic is a medical professional specializing in bones, joints and muscles. They
focus on a combination of orthopedic medicine and physical therapy to restore movement
and alleviate pain.

What are Orthopedic Conditions?

With age, injury, or bad posture come various orthopedic conditions. Each condition is
categorized by the joint/bone/muscle they impact and require the immediate attention of an orthopedic.

Which Conditions Does Orthopedic Treatment Work For?

  • Back Pain
  • Knee Injuries & Pain
  • Hamstrings
  • Arthritis in Joints
  • Hip Dislocations
  • Vascular Injuries

"To be of greatest value to this world is to became the best version of yourself you
can be, and help as many other people become the same along the way."

- Louis Davis, DPT