2921 GreenBriar Dr
Springfield IL 62704
Tel: (217) 546-3301
We are a Physical Therapist owned clinic in Springfield, IL. We like to think of ourselves as "Your body's pit crew."
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.
Many conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of procedures that physical therapists carry out. more »
Multiple sclerosis affects the brain and central nervous system and there is no cure at this time. Physical therapy treatment helps to deal with this disease as muscular dysfunction is a major symptom. more »
Thoracic pain or evidence of thoracic injury should not be ignored as the thoracic or chest cavity contains important respiratory organs which can be easily compromised. more »
Seasoned martial artists are more likely to sustain a catastrophic injury whereas amateurs are likely to suffer contusions, sprains and strains. more »
Exercise and stretching form an integral part of most rehabilitation programs. Exercise helps to increase energy and range of motion, strengthen the muscles, bring blood to the extremities and improve cardiovascular health. Stretching is essential not only for muscle, but for the soft tissue as well. more »
Not having a plausible explanation for your back pain can cause some anxiety. However, physical therapy may provide relief. more »
Lasting wellness requires lifestyle changes, not mere exercise products or nutritional supplements full of promises. more »
The decision to return to sports after a knee replacement should be carefully considered and planned. more »
A good personal trainer can motivate you and ensure you exercise safely. Hence selecting the right personal trainer for you requires some thought. more »
When you are depressed, the last thing you want to think of is exercise, however, a physical therapist can help you begin moving gradually. Exercise releases endorphins and serotonin - the feel-good hormones - which stabilize your mood and help you feel better. more »
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