Arizona, Sport & Spine is one of the most trusted physical therapy and rehabilitation centers in Tempe. The practice has been serving the Valley of the Sun since 1999, and it deals with “orthopedic, musculoskeletal, and sports-related injuries,” with emphasis on the neck and back. The clinic is a physical therapist-owned and operated establishment that complies with state and federal codes on health care administration, and it adheres to ethical standards. The founder earned his PT degree from Langston University, and he is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and North American Spine Society. Arizona, Sport & Spine holds a Medicare certification, and it is a preferred provider for most major insurance plans. The patient types include athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
Tempe, AZ(480) 897-9016
Arrowhead Physical Therapy is a full-service sports medicine and physical therapy center with clinics in Peoria and Phoenix, Arizona. Their services include physical therapy, MedFit, endurance care, dry needling, massage therapy, health fitness classes, nutrition, and golf fitness. The conditions they treat include neck/shoulder/joint pain, joint replacements, traumatic injuries, pre/post surgery conditions, orthopedics, core stabilization, sports injuries, balance and coordination training, and more. Additional conditions they treat include sprains and strains, work conditioning, lumbar back, vestibular deficits, tendonitis, spinal conditions such as scoliosis, spinal stenosis, bulging or herniated discs, and vertigo. Arrowhead Physical Therapy strives to create a fun, enjoyable but productive and professional environment. They are the winner of the 2015 Open Care Patient’s Choice Award.
Peoria, AZ(623) 486-2331
Biomechanix Physical Therapy is a private practice that serves Goodyear and the surrounding areas in Arizona. The physical therapists here are fellowship trained by the Gray Institute of Applied Functional Science, and they have more than a quarter of a century of professional experience between them. They have extensive training in anatomy and physiology, as well as postural and movement analysis. The team places great emphasis on patient education, believing that knowledge of biomechanics, health conditions and recovery management will ultimately improve outcomes and speed up rehabilitation. Biomechanix Physical Therapy takes on all kinds of patients (including pediatric and geriatric cases), and it provides manual therapy and strength and conditioning treatments that are based on the most recent research on rehabilitation. The practice can be found on North Estrella Parkway.
Goodyear, AZ(623) 882-2992
Since 2012, Guidry Physical Therapy has provided high-quality rehabilitation services to the citizens of Surprise, Arizona, and its surrounding areas. In addition to physical therapy, they also provide orthopedic care, neurological rehabilitation, and occupational therapy services. Conditions they treat include back and neck pain, mobility and balance issues, sports injuries, and work injuries. Their certified staff can also help alleviate the effects of disorders and diseases such as Parkinson's, Mulitple Sclerosis, arthritis, strokes, and other neurological and muscular conditions. They also frequently work with patients recovering from surgical procedures. Patients speak highly of the effectiveness of the treatments and the caring staff.
Surprise, AZ(623) 584-3400
Oakeson Physical Therapy has been a Peoria physical therapy center for 25 years. The group specializes in hands-on orthopedic rehab, aquatic therapy, chronic pain management, vestibular rehab, neck pain and nerve impingement, headaches, and dry needling for myofascial pain. Additional specialties cover low back pain, repetitive use, work related, and car accident injuries, total joint replacement care, sports rehab, spinal decompression, strengthening, craniosacral therapy, and body mechanics training. All therapist bios can be reviewed on the clinic's site, and one team member is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association. The co-owner also served as a medical officer in the U.S. Air Force and is a certified athletic trainer as well.
Peoria, AZ(623) 878-9696
Paladino Physical Therapy brings over 20 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy to the local community. The clinic offers expert spine and sports rehabilitation, and treatment services include lower and upper extremity rehab, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, manual therapy, dry needling, biomechanical taping, cupping, and concussions. Patients appreciate flexible scheduling and home consults, as well as FaceTime or iMessenger consults, if needed, and the team can also help individuals schedule required medical appointments with an orthopedic, primary care, or sports medicine doctor within 24 hours. The physical therapist is licensed and holds Athletic Training Certification, has a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, and is certified in Level 1 and 2 Dry Needling. The clinic provides availability for emergency, late-night, and holiday visits as well.
Peoria, AZ(623) 824-2785
TrueCare Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation is a family-oriented practice in Surprise, Arizona, owned and operated by Raymond Popp since 2015. TrueCare proudly serves their community by supporting The City of Surprise Recreational Complex and Youth Sports and emphasizes their dedication to those in public service by supporting the Green Beret Foundation, Wounded Warriors, and Our First Responders. Raymond Popp works with patients to create therapeutic plans and uses many different therapeutic techniques such as manual therapy, dry needling, core muscle strengthening, and balance training. Patients of TrueCare appreciate the unique treatment plans and the dedicated service of the therapists.
Surprise, AZ(623) 777-1870