Physical therapy is a dynamic profession with an established theoretical and scientific base. Consequently, Physical Therapists have licensed health care professionals who use their knowledge, expertise and experience to help their clients restore, maintain and achieve their optimal physical function.
Physical therapy is one of the safest healthcare approaches to deal with pain or functional limitations and at Physical Therapy Pros, our goal is to optimize your health, your functional performance and your overall quality of life.
We are “the movement specialists” and you can expect a thorough assessment of your condition followed by an individualized treatment plan based on your physical therapy goals. In doing so, we teach you how to manage or improve your condition, with benefits that include improving fitness, alleviating pain, reducing the dependence on opioid medicines and avoiding surgery. Even if a surgical outcome is required for your condition we help to maximize your pre-surgical function to give you the best chance of success.
Clinical specialization is the process by which a physical therapist builds on a broad base of professional education and practice to develop a greater depth of knowledge and skills related to a particular area of practice.
Currently, the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) coordinates and oversees the certified clinical specialization process in 8 clinical specialty areas. These specialty areas are cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy (CCS), clinical electrophysiology (ECS), geriatrics (GCS), neurology (NCS), orthopedics (OCS), pediatrics (PCS), sports (SCS), and women’s health (WCS).
At Physical Therapy Pros, our therapists are the best of the best, with our specialists among the top 1% in the nation, where less than 200 physical therapists currently hold Orthopedic and Clinical electrophysiology certifications.
Physical Therapist Direction and Supervision of Personnel
Physical therapy is provided by a Physical Therapist or under the direction and supervision of a physical therapist in accordance with American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) policies, positions, guidelines, standards, and ethical principles and standards.
Physical therapist assistants, under the direction and supervision of the physical therapist, are the only individuals who assist a physical therapist in the provision of selected interventions.
At Physical Therapy Pros, we believe in quality, and all physical therapy is performed by a physical therapist (PT) or by a physical therapy assistant (PTA) supervised by a physical therapist.
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