Seattle Physical Therapy
How can Physical Therapy help me?
Physical Therapists work with you following injury, chronic pain, or after surgery to help restore your quality of life through exercise prescription, hands on treatments, and education.
The Physical Therapists at Mobilize Physical Therapy can help treat the following conditions:
- Knee pain
- Shoulder pain
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Hip injuries
- Car Accident injuries
- Post-concussion symptoms
- Sports injuries
- Pre- and post-surgery conditions
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Ankle sprains
- Plantar fasciitis
What happens during physical therapy?
Your first Physical Therapy session at Mobilize Physical Therapy is an evaluation which involves listening to your health history, watching you move, evaluating your posture, testing your strength, and other tests that your Therapist deems appropriate. We will then work with you to design an individualized treatment plan. Your treatment plan may include one or more of the following types of therapy:
Your Physical Therapist prescribes personalized at-home exercises for you to complete between visits in order to help correct muscle imbalances and restore function.
Manual therapy involves hands-on techniques your therapist uses to decrease pain, improve flexibility, and increase range of motion in stiff muscles and joints. We might use stretching, massage, or soft tissue and joint mobilization.
Augmented soft tissue mobilization
Augmented soft tissue mobilization, including ASTYM® and Graston Technique®, is a therapy technique in which your therapist uses instruments to reduce unwanted scar tissue and promote tissue healing.
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“Love this place and these ladies! I was a patient of Kelcy and Shana’s back when they worked in Ballard, and they helped me tremendously with my low back issues.
Since then I’ve screwed up my knee (and it turns out my hip) and they are putting me back on the road to recovery. I will be running again soon! Pros: Parking lot, friendly sta, hour appointments.Cons: I have to drive here or ride my bike from Ballard.”