Welcome to PhysioTherapy Professionals
We are a Physical Therapist owned clinic in Springfield, IL. We like to think of ourselves as your body's pit crew!
Location and business hours
|Mon:||7am - 6pm|
|Tue:||7am - 6pm|
|Wed:||7am - 6pm|
|Thu:||7am - 6pm|
|Fri:||7am - 6pm|
The goal of the practice is to bring a global spectrum of physical therapy techniques to Springfield. We are dedicated to providing personal patient care that emphasizes education, evaluation, rehabilitation and prevention. In addition, we strive to see patients within 24-72 hours of referral to treat injury in its acute stage, an option that has been traditionally difficult for patients to obtain in the existing market.
The “placebo effect” is used to describe a treatment that doesn’t help you in real terms. Physical therapy relies on quantifiable results that can be measured to prove their effectiveness. Read more →
Poor posture can contribute to back, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, nerve impingement leading to upper and lower limb pain and weakness as well as fatigue, breathing difficulties, indigestion and sleep problems. Read more →
The quadriceps are the four large muscles at the front of the upper leg that help to stabilize the knee and hip and allow movement. Read more →
Snowboarding injuries are more common among novice boarders than professionals. Some reasons are improper balance, conditioning and not wearing proper gear. Read more →
When a physical therapist manipulates a joint, it means we take the joint to its end of range and then we perform a quick thrust movement to which takes the joint past its normal range of movement. Read more →
The athlete who continues to exercise incorrectly with knee pain could be doing great harm. In serious cases, medical treatment may be necessary. Read more →
If you are feeling tired all the time the last thing you may want to do is exercise, however exercise is one of the best means of counteracting fatigue and recharging your energy supply. Read more →
Stretching is a proven way to improve flexibility or range-of-motion; the amount of movement available in a joint. Read more →
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