Physical Therapy on Your Terms

Patience may be a virtue, but some things just can't wait - like your health! It is difficult enough to manage an injury or chronic condition, without having to jump through the hoops of finding a practitioner in your area, arranging travel, and hoping that they have an opening when you need it. We take out all the hassle and the guesswork, allowing you to dictate your plan of care in ways that insurance companies typically can't support.

It Just Makes Sense!

Rehab on the Run offers a team of expert physical therapists ready to create a personalized care plan to address a wide range of orthopedic, neurological, and surgical conditions. Whether you are nursing a sprained ankle, recovering from a stroke, or preparing for a marathon, we are here to help!

Rehab on the Run offers Physical Therapy in a way that is:

 

 

→ Comfortable:  Experience care in a location that is familiar and pleasant

→ Convenient: No need to worry about travel time or logistics - you are already there!

→ Personal: You will know our therapists on a first name basis and they will have a detailed understanding of your unique health goals. You will NEVER be just a number on our client list!

→ Logical: Recovering where you are makes sense - you want to practice movements where you are most likely to be doing them. Just as you would train for a soccer game on a soccer field rather than a volleyball court, it stands that you would prepare for physical activities where you live, work, and play - not in an artificial environment. 

What is Physical Therapy, and What are The Benefits?

Physical therapy is the treatment of disease or injury by non-invasive physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery. The goal of physical therapy is to help individuals improve/maintain movement, activity, and function to enhance well-being and quality of life.

Physical therapy can help you to:

  •  Improve mobility
  • Reduce pain
  • Minimize need for pain medication
  • Avoid surgery
  • Recover from surgery/injury/stroke
  • Manage chronic health conditions
  • Increased independence and safety with daily activities
  • Conserve energy
  • Increase strength
  • Improve balance and range of motion
  • Enhance quality of life