Everything You Didn’t Know Physical Therapists Can Treat


There is an overwhelming population of people living in pain; completely unaware that physical therapy could help them get their life back. Physical therapists do not only treat surgical patients and ankle sprains. We have a lot more tools in our toolbox than you think.

What’s our training at Foundation Physical Therapy?

We are fellowship trained manual orthopedic physical therapists (current or undergoing training). This means we’ve spent our time earning an undergraduate degree, 3 years in post-graduated physical therapy school and another 3 years of specialized manual orthopedic training. Not all physical therapists undergo training post-physical therapy school. We did.

We are specialized in exactly how the joints and muscles work in the body, how the nervous system operates, how to spot any dysfunctions and how to correct them. Many times we hear patients say they’ve been to physical therapy a few times before but it never worked. Chances are your previous therapists were not as highly trained as we are.

Why does our expert training matter to you?

Simple. Our extensive training means we are better prepared to treat anything you can throw at us.

A short list of conditions we can help you with.

  1. Pain thats been nagging without any relief
  2. Chronic pain in muscles, joints or general areas of body
  3. Sports performance
  4. Injury prevention
  5. post-operative patients (knees, hips, backs, shoulders, feet, ACL….anything)
  6. pre-operative patients
  7. Runners knee
  8. Jumpers knee
  9. Plantar fasciitis
  10. IT-band syndrome
  11. Sciatica
  12. Piriformis Syndrome
  13. Scolisis
  14. Flat feet
  15. TMJ Dysfunctions
  16. Jaw Pain
  17. Bells Palsy
  18. Post-concussion
  19. Incontinence
  20. Pinched Nerves
  21. Vertigo
  22. Inability to touch your toes without pain
  23. General balance
  24. Headaches
  25. Any torn, sprained, strained muscle/tendon/ligament
  26. General unspecified pain
  27. Low back pain
  28. Upper back pain
  29. Hip pain
  30. Neck pain
  31. Foot/ankle/toe pain
  32. Knee Pain
  33. Meniscus Injuries
  34. ACL injuries
  35. PCL injuries
  36. MCL injuries
  37. Diastasis Recti
  38. Upper cross syndrome
  39. Lower cross syndrome
  40. Poor posture
  41. stiff joints
  42. Injury prone body parts
  43. Herniated (slipped) discs
  44. Spinal stenosis
  45. Spondylosis
  46. Arthritis
  47. Nerve pain
  48. Tingling hands/feet
  49. Carpal tunnel
  50. Tarsal tunnel
  51. Tennis elbow
  52. Golfers elbow
  53. Joints that click and pop when they shouldn’t
  54. Shooting pains
  55. Rib dysfunctions
  56. Multiple sclerosis
  57. Guillain-Barre Syndrome
  58. Muscular dystrophy
  59. Parkinsons Disease
  60. Rheumatoid Arthritis
  61. Cerebral palsy
  62. Traumatic Brain Injury
  63. Spinal Cord Injury
  64. Nerve disorders
  65. Prosthetic training
  66. Geriatric general weakness
  67. Toe walkers

Basically if it hurts any where on your body or you have difficulty performing physical tasks…there’s something we can do to help.

Please stop thinking you just need to live with your aches and pains. Give us a call and let us help you.