Physical Therapy

"Health is the greatest strength." Lailah Gifty Akita

We are dedicated to and specialize in restoring lost functions. After a thorough initial evaluation, your therapist will design an individualized therapy program tailored to assist you in regaining your strength, mobility, and independence.

Physical Therapist working with a woman on crutches

The physical therapists at Alpha Rehabilitation treat a variety of diagnoses and offer a team approach. Our therapists treat in a ONE on ONE setting for optimal patient care. We will work to restore your strength, balance, and movement while reducing your pain. Our therapists work hard to help you recover from injury, illness or surgery, and get you back to living life the way you want. Please give us a call to see how we can help you.

Physical Therapy Services

Chronic Pain
Lymphedema Treatment
Post Cancer Treatment
Return to Work Rehabilitation
Pelvic Health
Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Neurological Rehabilitation
Balance And Vestibular
Spine Rehabilitation

Alpha Rehabilitation's Physical Therapy treatment can improve a variety of conditions!

Return to Work
Joint Pain
Joint Replacement
Sports-related Injuries
Stroke or Mini-Stroke
Brain Injury
Parkinson's Disease
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Spinal Cord Injuries
Balance Issues and Falls
Back Pain

Physical Therapy Questions?

  • How can a physical therapist help you?
  • Does physical therapy hurt?
  • How many times a week do you usually attend physical therapy?
Patients can benefit from physical therapy for a variety of different reasons ranging from sports injuries to lower back pain, arthritis, vertigo and post stroke. Our therapists can treat patients who are recovering from fractures, joint replacements, amputations, or burns. There are PTs who specialize in pediatrics, geriatrics, orthopedics, or women's health.
Physical therapy shouldn't be painful, but you may experience some temporary soreness and discomfort as you work and stretch new muscles. If you ever feel pain during a session, immediately let your therapist know.
Your treatment plan is dependent on what is found upon evaluation by the physical therapist. Treatment plans can vary from 1x/week to 5x/week but the typical frequency would be 2 - 3x/week for 60 minute sessions.