What We Treat
For pain or dysfunctions not listed below, please ask our Physical Therapists to explore your treatment possibilities.
Head and Spine Dysfunction:
- Whiplash-Associated Disorders
- Neck & Back Pain
- Post-Surgical Discectomy & Fusions
Shoulders and Arms:
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis/Repairs
- Shoulder Replacement Rehabilitation
- Frozen Shoulder
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Fractures and Sprains
Hips, Legs and Feet:
- Hip, Knee and Ankle Pain
- Post-Operative Joint Replacement
- Sports/Running Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Fusions and Reconstructions
Abdominal Pain & Discomfort:
- Muscle Strain
- Digestion/Elimination Problems
- Endometriosis Pain
- Postpartum Pain and Weakness
- Post-Operative Pain/Scarring
- Hernia Pain
- Gastric Surgery Discomfort
We also Excel at treating these Specialized Services:
Vestibular Rehabilitation for
Dizziness, Balance and Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
There can be a number of causes for your dizziness or balance difficulties. With the help of your doctor, we can determine if you are experiencing vertigo (spinning dizziness) or other balance problems. Based upon our findings, we will either:
- Perform specific positioning techniques, such as an Epley maneuver, to eliminate your BPPV or
- Design a personalized exercise program to help alleviate your dizziness and improve your balance.
With our extensive knowledge and experience in vestibular and balance rehabilitation the staff at Compass Physical Therapy is uniquely positioned to help you recover from concussions. We work closely with your doctor, neurologist, vision therapist and counselors to ensure you have all you need to return to health.
70% of all runners experience pain or injury as they increase their mileage. We will assess your running form, foot strike pattern, cadence and footwear. If interested, we can give you tools and exercises to work on alternative techniques. We will also complete a comprehensive structural evaluation, and give you exercises to strengthen weak muscles and stretch tight areas, as these imbalances often lead to breakdown and pain.
Following surgery or some injuries, land-based exercise is often too painful. Water allows you to decrease the weight load on injured body parts and more quickly progress range of motion. Using the healing benefits of water at Juniper Swim and Fitness Center, we work one-on-one with you to introduce you to safe exercises. You will be exercising in water that is a comfortable 86 degrees.
As a courtesy, Compass Physical Therapy pays your entrance fee for these therapist-led sessions. All equipment needed for your rehab is provided. Please bring your swimsuit, towel, personal toiletries and 25 cents for a locker.
Ongoing neck, shoulder and upper extremity pain can often be the result of a poor fit with your desk or workplace. This is often the reason for lack of progress in treatment. We will instruct you how to properly set up your work and home office to prevent muscular strain. We are happy to visit your place of work for an on-site assessment.
When should I see a PT?