Physical Therapy

A physical therapist is a doctor that uses a variety of techniques and technologies to keep you moving, to make your daily activities easier, and to help you perform at your best. When you come to iAM Physical Therapy, you will be working one-on-one with a movement expert who is 100% focused on helping you recover — while avoiding the need for surgery or ongoing pain medication.

Physical therapy is used to treat a wide range of issues, including:

Muscle, Joint, & Back Pain

Sports Injuries & Injury Prevention

Arthritis & Other Joint Replacement Issues

Pelvic Area Issues

Bowel & Urinary Incontinence, Constipation, Pelvic Pain

How Does Physical Therapy Work?

Physical therapy can help people of all ages who may have medical conditions or injuries that limit their regular ability to move and function.

It’s important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. At iAM Physical Therapy, we take the time to listen and understand your unique situation and then customize a physical therapy program to help you return to living your best life. We will help you navigate activities and lifestyle changes that will help prevent further injury and can improve your overall health and wellbeing. Because physical therapy can help prevent the need for surgery, it is considered a conservative approach to managing joint and mobility problems.

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Benefits of Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are movement experts who can improve your quality of life through prescribed exercise, and gentle, hands-on care. After diagnosing the issue, your physical therapist creates personalized treatment plans that help improve your mobility, manage pain, recover from an injury, and/or prevent future injury.

Physical therapy is conservative treatment that enables many people to avoid addictive, mood-altering medications or invasive surgery. At iAM Physical Therapy, you are an active participant in your own treatment and healthcare.

Injury Prevention Screening

On the field or in the office, an injury can have far-reaching consequences. For an athlete, it may be the end of his or her season. For the employee and employer, an injury may result in lost wages and increased Workman’s Comp premiums. Regardless of where an injury occurs, it can cause unpleasant and often unexpected outcomes. But what if there was a way to see into the future and anticipate an individual’s risk for injury?

While it’s impossible to predict what the future will hold for any of us, there are steps and measures that both athletes and businesses can take to proactively diminish the possibility of injury at work or at play. 

Benefits of the screen include:

Detailed report that stratifies you into one of the four categories of risk
Three corrective exercises specifically prescribed based on your identified deficits
Decreased injury rates with athletics or work related activities
Potential decrease in Workman’s Comp premiums
Healthier and more productive staff and athletes

If an injury has already occurred, the screening will determine if it is the right time to go back to your sport/activity/work. Being pain-free does not mean someone is work or game-ready. Give us a call today to learn how you can decrease the risk of injury for yourself or your team.


Threw my back out for the second time in 3 years. Came to iAM hoping for a fast and more permanent recovery. I got just that. Within a few weeks, I went from not even being able to dress myself to being back on my bike doing long rides.

Jonathan S.