Physical Therapy Associates has written this guide to help you address pain, recover and return to the activities you love.

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7 Conservative Strategies to Improve Your Shoulder Pain and Return to the Activities You Enjoy

What Other People Are Saying About Their Experience With Us

Lisa Robertson – 5/28/15
“In the beginning…Breast cancer diagnosis, followed by mastectomy and DIEP flap reconstruction. Reconstruction surgery was 7 hours followed by immobilizing ICU stay. Results…my shoulder is not quite right. 5 months into recovery, I still could not put on nor take off a t-shirt. Needed help putting on and taking off my coat. Could not pick my fork up if I dropped it on the floor! Finally, was went to Ben Johnson, PA-C, who sent me here to Lex. This frozen shoulder was about to meet the “Healer!” Through Lex’s amazing HANDS-ON therapy, I am no longer limited in any activity! All in 4 weeks!!! His instructions were clear and very easy to follow. I am on the road to being “normal” again! I can dress myself and pick my fork up off the floor! J Thank you, Lex, for everything!”
P.S. My insurance did not cover treatment at this facility. After working with Lex on that first visit, I decided to pay out of pocket for this PT. I am so glad I did! Worth every penny! I am convinced this is a “different” kind of physical therapy. The hands-on treatment made a huge difference! I fee healed! And happy! And impressed!”

Brian Richards – 11/29/16
“I had a shoulder injury in 1968, and another in 1998 which required reconstructive surgery. I had another surgery for a torn rotator cuff in 2016. All that time in had varying levels of pain in the injured shoulder. Since completing rehab at Physical Therapy Associates I am pain free for the first time since 1968. I enjoyed this rehab. The staff is professional and friendly. I highly recommend Physical Therapy Associates to anyone requiring rehab.”