When clients envision conditions that Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) treat, they most likely imagine a knee injury or chronic back pain. Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance therapists do treat these ailments, but fractures, strains, tears, sprains, tendonitis and pinched nerves are also on their “frequently seen” list.
The Fusion team also specializes in arthritis, common hand conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injuries, dislocations, osteoporosis, and chronic conditions such as tennis/golfer’s elbow and patella tendonitis/chondromalacia.
Clients who need to rebuild strength and regain physical functionality, major surgery patients who have new hips, knee implants or an ACL, meniscus, shoulder labrum or rotator-cuff repair are in the hands of specialists at Fusion.
Any client who has lost muscle mass and tone and wants to return to sport is at home at Fusion.
DPTs at Fusion are experts in distinguishing one condition from another and not mistaking symptoms. We pride ourselves on giving clients’ a proper examination and diagnosis so that the outcome — an athlete’s return to play — is successful.
At Fusion, we believe that pain is an unnatural state that can be corrected. If clients have joints, muscles or body parts that chronically hurt, we will determine the dysfunction and correct the problem. Long-term pain simply means the origin of the discomfort has not been found and properly treated.
The list of exact conditions and ailments that our DPTs routinely treat is lengthy. We encourage clients to ask our various treatment plans, but also inquire about our TRIPLE PLAY Program and how it can help make any athlete fitter faster stronger and injury-free.