Renew Physical Therapy Treats Auto-Related Injuries
Where do Portland locals go when they need quality physical therapy services? They go to Renew Physical Therapy! Renew Physical Therapy is the top choice for many Portland locals because of our dedication to offering personalized care and to offering pain-free physical therapy services! Our team has helped many Portland locals recover from injuries and reduce pain – and we’re ready to help you do the same!
Renew Physical Therapy Treats Injuries From Car Accidents
If you’ve recently been in a car accident, the Renew Physical Therapy team urges you to seek physical therapy as soon as possible. Soon after your accident, it’s easy to underestimate the seriousness of your injuries. With adrenaline running high, as is often the case after such an accident, you may not even feel your injuries to start with. That’s why it’s important to seek physical therapy even if you don’t think you’re injured.
How Does Physical Therapy Help With Auto-Related Injuries?
The Renew Physical Therapy team uses several different treatments and modalities to reduce pain, promote healing, and improve mobility for our Portland patients after receiving injuries after car accidents. Some of the methods we use include:
- Cold/hot packs
- Electrical stimulation
- Topical analgesics/anti-inflammatories
- Soft tissue massage
- Hands-on manual techniques
- Joint mobilization procedures
Visit Renew Physical Therapy today to learn more about how we can help you recover from auto-related injuries.
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.