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Physical Therapy Services

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

From total knee replacement, to rotator cuff repair, to ACL reconstruction, and anything in between, you can trust your recovery to Four Points. Our expert therapists will guide you through the process to get you back on the mountains and trails where you belong.






Modalities

Although we believe that exercise and education are the cornerstones of physical therapy management, in some cases, there may be a benefit to using “passive modalities”—these are the things we do either to or for you. As examples, Four Points offers trigger point dry needling, taping (including kinesiotaping), electrical stimulation, ultrasound, iontophoresis, and spinal traction.






Chronic Pain

Pain is no fun, but persistent pain can be debilitating. Treatment of persistent neck pain, back pain, knee pain or shoulder pain, requires a deep understanding of pain science. At Four Points, we have therapists who are certified specialists in pain science, and can help you break the cycle of persistent pain.






Balance/Dizziness/Vestibular Therapy

The treatment dizziness, vertigo, and balance disorders is extremely complex. Handling these conditions effectively takes an expert, and at Four Points, we have them.






Concussion Management

Concussions have become a common injury in our active community, and require specialized care to be treated effectively. At Four Points, our certified experts in concussion rehabilitation not only offer top notch care, but also have a network of other professionals available to aid in your recovery. We also offer baseline and post-concussion Impact concussion testing.





Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy

"Manual" physical therapy refers to the "hands-on" treatment many of us think of when we think of physical therapy. However, orthopedic manual physical therapy is an overall approach to physical therapy management involving comprehensive evaluation of a client's problem through careful history taking, analysis of movement, and application of the medical evidence to arrive at a physical therapy diagnosis and plan of care.





















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