Conditions We Treat
Knee injuries can be successfully managed with physical therapy interventions that target range of motion and prioritize restoring proper movement patterns and minimizing abnormal stress to the joint to get you back to doing the things you love to do.
The physical therapists at A Step Ahead Physical Therapy are experts in creating a personalized plan to help assess your pain level, identify the cause, and find solutions to reduce your pain both in the short term and in the long run.
Hand & Wrist Injuries
Nothing throws a wrench in your day to day routine like pain in your hand or wrist. Skilled therapy from the expert physical therapists at A Step Ahead can make all the difference in helping you return to the things you love without continuing pain.
A Step Ahead Physical Therapy is dedicated to making your postoperative rehabilitation as smooth and painless a transition as possible.
Osteoporosis and Osteopenia
Disorders of bone strength can increase the risk of a fall and other fractures but this can be lessened with a personalized strengthening program.
Our qualified team of physical therapists are trained to treat an array of ankle injuries such as sprains, arthritis, achilles tendinitis, achilles tendon ruptures, ankle fractures, and shin splints.
Elbow pain is often associated with sports injuries acquired from repetitive motions, like swinging a tennis racket or golf club, but can also be caused by similar motions performed in an occupational environment, such as lifting and carrying items.
The physical therapy team at A Step Ahead are experts when it comes to treating hip pain and the underlying issues that cause it.
There are many causes of vertigo and it can be a very debilitating issue.
Our assessment and treatment process at A Step Ahead Physical Therapy is designed to understand the full scope of your health in order to give you the best possible chance of healing without additional injury or prolonged pain.
The physical therapists at A Step Ahead Physical Therapy are experts in how the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems function and interact, and will work with you to get you back in the game, back to work, and back to your regular daily routine safely and efficiently.
When pain goes on for more than 6 consecutive months without associated tissue damage, it may be considered chronic pain. At A Step Ahead, your physical therapist will work with you personally to perform a complete examination and determine the best course of action for your unique situation.
History of Loss of Balance and Falls
Each year, there are 3 million people that are treated in the emergency room due to injuries from a fall.
As we age, there is an increased risk of deconditioning and generalized weakness especially for those that are not physically active.