Welcome to Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine
1868 N. 1200 W. Layton, UT 84041
The vast majority of the population will suffer from neck pain at some point in our lives. When you’re dealing with neck pain, muscles can be sore to the touch. Limited mobility and consistent pain throughout the day and night are also common.
We’ll work with you to address the precise causes of your neck pain to develop a personalized path to pain reduction and recovery.
Every neck injury is unique and requires a tailored plan based on the severity of the injury, how much time has passed since the original injury, and the level of pain you’re experiencing.
Depending on your specific injury or cause of neck pain, there are many treatment options that may be appropriate. We’ve seen tremendous success in treating multiple injury and neck pain causes with dry needling, a simple treatment that can result in immediate pain reduction, increased mobility, and sustained movement.
From injury to basic lifestyle factors, there are a wide variety of things that may be causing your neck pain. Some of the most common neck pain causes we treat include but are not limited to:
❖ Poor posture
❖ No exercise
❖ Spine degeneration
❖ Muscle imbalance
❖ Misaligned spine
❖ Whiplash sustained in car accidents
❖ Muscle strain related to sports or motion activity
❖ Improper sleep
Regardless of the cause of your neck pain, our experienced staff will create the proper physical therapy treatment plan that will get you back to feeling your best.
Whether you’re suffering from neck pain alone or have multiple causes of concern throughout your body, we’ll take care of you from head to toe. Our staff is equipped with dozens of years of experience treating the most severe to the most common injuries and muscle issues through effective physical therapy modalities.
We’ll work together to honor your time, your needs, your comfort level, and your pace of progress in a private, healthy, warm, friendly, and safe environment, promoting your overall health at every stage of your recovery.