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    Welcome!  PEAK Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation is built on the philosophy of delivering the best physical therapy to the patient by a professional physical therapist or physical therapy assistant with a continuum of care by the individual therapist or team from the initial patient evaluation to discharge.

    If you are looking for a physical therapy provider, we have a handful of reasons why to choose PEAK Physical Physical:

    1.  Hands-on Physical Therapy Care;

    2.  Consistent and constant supervision from the same provider;

    3.  Customized and specialized therapy for you;

    4.  The most innovative techniques and tools in the area:

    5.  Seamless progression from rehabilitation to fitness.

     

    Should you have any questions regarding physical therapy, please feel free to stop by, contact us via phone at 757-564-7381 or contact us via email.

     

    IT’S YOUR HEALTH … IT’S YOUR CHOICE … ASK ONLY FOR PEAK PHYSICAL THERAPY!

    “The first treatment is to teach the patient to avoid what harms them.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Karel Lewitt, MD

     

     

     


    Latest from Our blog:

    NOW AVAILABLE…DIRECT & RAPID ACCESS

    As of July 1st, 2015 the Virginia Board of Physical Therapy passed a law granting and extending licensed physical therapists the ability to evaluate and treat patients for 30 days without a physician referral instead of the previous 14 days. To view the full details on the most up to date physical therapy laws and regulations please Click Here

    What is the significance of these recent modifications? The logical question you may have at this time is in regards to how you or someone you know may reap the benefits of our latest healthcare changes. The answer is simple; no matter what the circumstances of your situation are, gaining direct access to an additional existing healthcare provider, is certainly a positive option to have at your fingertips.

    Therefore, if you are someone that is growing weary of the daily aches and pains, attempting to cope with your symptoms as you wait for your doctor’s appointment, wait no longer. Don’t be that athlete in the middle of training, trying to fight through the pain until after competition. Allow us at PEAK Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation to help you continue in your training while minimizing your symptoms and optimizing your performance. No matter what your situation, our team can offer you the chance to be fully evaluated and given an individualized plan of care within 24 hrs of initial contact. We take pride in what we do, and utilize proven treatment methods and state of the art equipment to assist you in meeting all of your performance goals, while improving your quality of life.

    MRI Back Scans Do Not Predict if You Need Surgery

    Physical therapist are constantly evaluating and treating patients with back pain.  Individuals usually present to physical therapy with a MRI scan or findings in hand with a myriad of questions.

    Often, patients are seeking alternatives to surgery.  MRI’s are utilized by medical professionals to determine if symptoms may be caused by an abnormality located in or near the spine.  There are times when a MRI shows no abnormality but symptoms are still present.  What should an individual do when this occurs?  Surgery may not be your best option per this article.

    Here is an article published by the Huffington Post worth a read:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-c-senelick-md/sciatica-_b_4098475.html?utm_hp_ref=tw

    If you you are faced with debilitating back pain, surgery may not be your first best option.  Physical therapists should always be a part of your medical team when dealing with back pain.  Should you present with back pain of any sort, seek out a knowledgeable physical therapist who may be able to assist you with your pain and abnormal movement patterns.

     

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