Good physical therapy relies on anatomy, physiology, and orthopedic tests and protocol. While these underlying principles – the nuts and bolts- are invaluable to good patient care-excellent care requires additional perspectives.
A focus on what provides the right environment for learning and change. A connection to the reason for doing all of the requisite home program exercises day in and day out.
Each therapy practice begins with a total body movement evaluation or Functional Movement Screen (FMS) to identify asymmetries and biomechanic patterns. Further exploration of goals and previous experience with exercise helps to identify and create results driven care.