We’ve Seen it All.

From auto injuries to getting you ready to return to work, our specialists are capable of treating a wide array of conditions pertaining to nearly all body regions. Some of our areas of expertise are detailed below. 

Preferred Provider/ In Network

  • In Network with most major insurance companies.
  • No referral necessary in most cases.

  • We verify all your insurance information

  • Medicare Certified

The Top 5 Diagnosis We See

We see a variety of issues and problems on a daily basis, but there are a
handful of issues that we typically see often and in droves.

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Rotator Cuff Problems/Tears

Common findings:

  • Typical in patients age 50+ which are generally degenerative tears
  • However they can be seen in people as young as 20 which is usually traumatic in nature.
  • Common complaints include the inability to sleep long durations; unable to lay on the painful side.
  • Overhead reaching is very painful and frequent substitution is noted by the neck muscles with increasing neck pain associated.
  • Positive special tests including Drop Arm Sign, Lift Off Test or Lateral Jobe Test!
  • Commonly, pain will onset first followed by gradual reduction in motion and strength with limited function to ensue

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Common findings:

  • Usually 50+ years of age
  • X-rays are positive for above findings
  • Pain is worse when leaning backwards, including back pain, leg pain numbness or burning
  • Relieved with bending forward
  • Pain is worse in stand/walking and better with sitting
  • L4-5 is the most common affected level in the lower spine

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Herniated Lumbar Disc

Common findings:

  • Age varies but typically is 35 years old or younger
  • Pain in the lower back and/or down the leg reaching as far as the tip of the toes
  • Pain is better with extending backwards and worse to bend over forward
  • Pain is worse in sitting better in stand or while walking
  • MRI is most common test for HNP
  • Symptoms experienced can include: back pain, leg pain, burning, numbness, tingling, weakness and even drop foot
  • Location of the leg pain depends on which of the 5 Lumbar discs is herniated
  • L4-5 is the most common which goes down the leg into the shin and top of the foot ending at the Big Toe

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Sacroiliac Joint Disease/Pain

Common findings:

  • Age varies greatly for this issue from as young as a teenager up and in to patients upper 80’s
  • Pain is greatest during transitional movements such as getting in or out of the car, rolling or getting in/out of bed
  • Sitting is worse and increases pain
  • Walking or standing for brief durations alleviates pain
  • Pain is common into the groin as well as the hip and thigh region with occasional pain going down the leg
  • No diagnostic test for this problem
  • A well trained PT can diagnose and treat it rather quickly through the use of hands-on PT including mobilizations as well as strengthening and stabilization exercises for the pelvis and core

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Knee Pain/Dysfunction

Common findings:

  • This can include a plethora of issues but the most common in the population from 45-75 is meniscus or cartilage tears as well as Knee osteoarthritis.
  • Common symptoms may include pain, swelling, tenderness, episodes of knee buckling or giving way.
  • Clicking or popping is frequently reported.
  • Typically, if there is no pain or soreness associated with the clicking then we excuse that as a problem
  • However, if it is associated with pain, then that means some structure is being compressed or pinched and it needs to be addressed accordingly

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