Welcome to Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine
1868 N. 1200 W. Layton, UT 84041
If you’re suffering from shoulder pain, you know how disruptive this can be. Because your arms are such a big part of everyday function, even the slightest shoulder injuries can make daily life challenging.
We’ll work with you to identify the cause of your shoulder pain, understand your current range of motion, and get you on a path to reach your recovery goals – all in a warm and friendly environment.
Whether stemming from a sports injury, surgery, fall, medical condition, or daily life, we’re here to help you reduce shoulder pain and get back to doing what you love.
Individualized programs are crucial, as no two shoulder injuries are the same. We’ll tailor a program based on your current state, physical goals, and daily lifestyle and activities, ensuring you can complete the full treatment plan that’s appropriate for you.
We’ve been treating shoulder pain and shoulder injuries for several decades, and understand the numerous challenges associated with healing an area of the body that requires so much regular use. Some of the conditions we see most commonly include but are not limited to:
❖ Shoulder surgery
❖ Rotator cuff tear
❖ Impingement syndrome
❖ Frozen shoulder
❖ Ligament tears
❖ General muscle strain
Through a combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise programs, we’ll help rehabilitate your shoulder and get you back to what you love most.
Whether you’re suffering from shoulder 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.
See why hundreds of northern Utah residents have turned to Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine to reduce and prevent debilitating shoulder pain.