At Dosher Physical Therapy, we provide the latest techniques in Physical Therapy administered by the most experienced, compassionate, and highly qualified Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, and Athletic Trainers in the region.
Dry Needling is a safe and effective treatment used by Physical Therapists to reduce pain and movement impairments. The technique uses a “dry” needle, one without medication, inserted into muscles to restore pain free movement.
Sometimes, you can experience dizziness and balance trouble that may result in frequent falling and injury. Many different conditions can cause balance disorders and chronic dizziness.
Physical Therapy treatment of back pain and chronic painful conditions affecting the spine is focused on reducing pain and managing recurrence of the back pain.
Neurological rehabilitation is a physical therapist designed and supervised program for people with diseases and disorders of the nervous system. Common, neurological disease are Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, and Seizure disorders. Physical Therapy is focused on regaining strength, coordination, and range of motion. In addition, many individuals benefit greatly from training and educate on how to live adapted lifestyles.
Dosher Physical Therapy uniquely offers Aquatic Therapy for our patient population. Often it is a great benefit to perform Physical Therapy exercises in water with a skilled Physical Therapy or Physical Therapist Assistant for rehabilitation purposes. Often, exercise on land where a patient will feel the full effects of gravity are too intense for healing injuries and surgeries.
A qualified therapist will give specific attention to patient’s with individually designed exercise prescriptions for persons who are in need of aquatic rehabilitation.
The goal of the speech-language pathologist is to evaluate and treat disorders of speech, language, cognition, voice, and swallowing. These problems can arise from a variety of diagnoses, such as stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s, and cancers of the head or neck.