Welcome to Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine
1868 N. 1200 W. Layton, UT 84041
Prevent past injuries from making a reappearance with effective physical therapy
It’s true that no two injuries are the same. Based on the nature of your injury and your age, physical demands, and the treatment you received at the time, some injuries and their effects just stick around longer than others. While we can’t turn back the clock, we can prevent old and recent injuries from getting worse and causing bigger problems. Throughout your treatment, your physical therapist will work with you on healing old damage, working toward new goals, and preventing old injury flare ups and further injuries.
Most of the patients we treat for older injuries are those that have suffered damage to their backs, necks, shoulders, and/or knees. Many are due to sports injuries, but other common causes include auto accidents, general over or underuse, slip and falls, and even routine daily
There is no one reason that determines why pain from old injuries tends to flare up more in certain areas or for certain people. That’s why each injury maintenance plan we create is done
hand-in-hand with the person it’s for. We get to know your lifestyle, daily routines, pain level, injury history, and physical goals to develop treatment methods that are right for you.
We understand that most injuries don’t affect just the joint, tendon, disc, or part of the body they’re in. Symptoms of old injuries can include headaches, migraines, muscle tightness, nerve pain, referral pain, stiffness, and general feelings of pain throughout the body, among others. We’re here to prevent old injury flare ups.
We take a full and repeating view of your injury, related symptoms, and the other pain or discomfort you’re experiencing to treat far more than just the location of initial damage. This process can help reduce symptoms brought on by additional muscle strain, tension, scar tissue, poor surgical recovery, and many other issues.
Join our many patients that are finally finding relief.