Physical therapists (also referred to as PTs) are healthcare professionals specializing
in the care and treatment of individuals of all ages with minor to severe injuries, such as sports- or work-related injuries, or medical conditions and disease states that affects or limits patient mobility and daily activities. Physical therapists will utilize a variety of treatments and physical exercises to rehabilitate patients or help prevent further injury.
Physical therapists will examine you and provide you hands-on, personalized care with compassion and knowledge. Through specialized, custom treatment plans created specifically to treat each patient’s needs, Physical Therapists offer their patients care to help them achieve a level of functional independence and confidence that far exceeds their expectations. The ultimate goal of a PT is to ensure their patients can live a pain-free, functional, and healthy lifestyle for a very long time.
Many physical therapists work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, fitness facilities, health care clinics, and private practices. Each state requires a Physical Therapist to be licensed in the state they practice