How Can Physical Therapy Be Pain-Free?on Thursday, April 21, 2022
The Renew Physical Therapy Is Dedicated To Caring For Portland Locals
For professional physical therapy services in Portland, you can turn to Renew Physical Therapy. The Renew Physical therapy team is dedicated to helping the people of Portland. Whether you need to heal from an injury, want help to reduce or eliminate bodily pain, or you need to improve mobility, we’re here for you. Our pain-free physical therapy services can help you today! Just contact Renew Physical Therapy today.
Can Physical Therapy Really Be Pain-Free?
The Renew Physical Therapy team is known for our pain-free approach to physical therapy services. We know that one of the many concerns our Portland patients face when seeking our physical therapy is the worry that physical therapy will be painful. After all, if you’re already injured or in pain, it can be hard to imagine enduring more pain for the sake of healing or reducing that pain. Here at Renew Physical Therapy, we believe in offering one-on-one care and pain-free physical therapy.
How Pain-Free Physical Therapy Works
Some approaches to physical therapy depend on attempting to decrease pain by strengthening a painful body part. This approach can be uncomfortable or even painful for some patients. We take a different approach. Instead, we rely on the following to help us eliminate pain and improve joint function:
- Mobilization Techniques
- Patient Education
- Behavioral Modification Strategies
Through these methods, we can treat injuries, help with chronic pain, or address pain in a specific part of the body such as the shoulders, the knees, the hips, etc. If you’re ready to seek pain-free physical therapy, call us soon!
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.