Does Physical Therapy Hurt?on Thursday, December 10, 2020
The People Of Portland Seek Physical Therapy At Renew Physical Therapy
Do you suffer from chronic pain? Do you need help healing from an injury? Do you have a sore neck, back, or sore joints? Portland locals can seek help for all of these issues at Renew Physical Therapy. We offer professional physical therapy services that leave our Portland patients feeling refreshed and renewed. We’re eager to help you feel renewed too! Don’t hesitate to visit Renew Physical Therapy for hands-on physical therapy services.
Does Physical Therapy Hurt?
We understand that sometimes Portland locals are hesitant to seek out physical therapy because they worry it will be painful. While some forms of physical therapy can cause pain or discomfort, at Renew Physical Therapy we take a different approach. We’ve incorporated a pain-free approach to physical therapy into our clinic philosophy. How does pain-free physical therapy work, you ask?
The Renew Physical Therapy staff wants to make sure that each of our Portland customers has a positive experience with us, so we consider it an important part of our job to avoid introducing new pain to heal or reduce old pain. Conventional physical therapy typically relies on strengthening the body part that is in pain – which, in itself, can be a painful process. Our personalized and hands-on approach to physical therapy is different.
Rather than relying on strengthening a body part that’s already in pain, we rely on other methods. Through mobilization techniques, we can help our Portland patients eliminate pain as well as improve joint functionality. We offer advice on behavioral change strategies so that our Portland patients can change any behaviors that may have caused or exacerbated the pain as well.
Don’t hesitate to seek out the care you need at Renew Physical Therapy in Portland.
Renew Your Body At Renew Physical Therapy
Renew Physical Therapy is an independent manual physical therapy clinic that was established in December 2015 by Michael and Heidi Cantwell. Our facility features three private treatment rooms and an open gym area to treat all our patients’ needs. If you’ve suffered from chronic pain, an auto or work–related injury, or any other issues allow us to help. See our full list of services to see the types of physical therapy we offer. You can find us at 11010 SE Division Street in Portland, Oregon.
Visit our About Us page to learn more about our practice, clinic, and staff. Call us at 503.928.4914 to schedule an appointment.