Physical Therapy Services In Austin
Whether you’ve recently been injured or you’ve been in pain for years, our physical therapy services in Austin can very likely help … even if you’ve tried other forms of treatment. A number of things set us apart from most physical therapy clinics and treatment approaches: Full-hour sessions of one-on-one care with an expert physical therapist, highly effective hands-on Manual Therapy techniques, and a holistic approach to treating the entire person for a more complete and lasting return to the active life you desire.
You won’t waste time laying on heat packs at our clinic, or doing exercises you could do on your own time. You won’t be handed off to techs or assistants, and you won’t receive treatment from someone treating other patients at the same time. Your care will never be influenced by what an insurance company will pay for, and we will never tell you to “just rest and take the pain meds your doctor gave you.” At Carter Physiotherapy, you get the full attention of your nationally accredited and certified Manual Physical Therapist, focused on one thing: getting you back to the activities and lifestyle you deserve, without pain or limitations.
How do we reach that goal so consistently? Scroll down to see the variety of services we use to do so.
The cornerstone of our approach to physical therapy here at Carter Physiotherapy is hands-on “manual therapy.”
Manual Therapy is defined as “application of an accurately determined and specifically directed manual force to the body, in order to improve mobility in areas that are restricted; in joints, in connective tissues or in skeletal muscles.”
Our approach to manual therapy sets the stage for a faster healing response, greater mobility, and helps get you back to the active lifestyle you desire as quickly as possible.
Therapeutic exercise is an integral piece of our practice and the results you will get with our treatment. While our manual therapy techniques provide a window of opportunity with improved pain and range of motion, it’s therapeutic exercise that utilizes that opportunity to regain strength, speed healing, and resolve harmful compensations that you’ve developed. Ultimately, movement is the best medicine for most of the injuries and pain that we treat.
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Mobility & Injury-Risk Assessment
Want to find the best solution for your pain or injury? Making the best choice requires asking these vital questions about any treatment options you’re considering.
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