We Treat All Orthopedic Injuries
No matter your injury, or pain, our staff will thoroughly evaluate your injury, and as a team with your physician, prescribe a plan for you to return to your activities. Insurance plans cover Physical Therapy and, for your convenience, our staff will authorize your therapy. Prescriptions are NOT required for therapy services in Arizona.
Common reasons to seek a consultation with us:
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- All spine surgeries
- Shoulder pain and surgeries
- Hand surgeries or pain
- Elbow pain
- Hip pain
- Knee pain and surgeries
- Foot/ankle pain and surgeries
- Herniated Disc
- Carpal Tunnel
BRING BACK THE SPRING IN YOUR STEP
Here at the Center, we pride ourselves on providing a comprehensive, structured program designed at a personal level. Each patient's symptoms and pain differs - why shouldn't the treatment? Our expert, experienced staff will guide you through a custom joint replacement therapy that will have you up and active quicker - and with less pain!
What Are Orthotics?
Orthoses are custom devices applied to the exterior of the foot/leg. Foot orthoses are typically custom inserts for a shoe. When properly applied, they provide patients with relief from symptoms such as:
- Foot, knee, hip, or back pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Morton's Neuroma
- Achilles tendonitis
- Sever's disease
- "Shin splints" (tibial stress syndromes)
- Patella tendonitis
- Patella femoral syndrome
- IT Band syndrome (knee or hip)
In order to properly prescribe the correct orthosis for a patient, our therapists analyze the patient's entire body. Be it running, walking, golf, soccer or any other activity, our therapist will evaluate your biomechanics in simulated activities designed to reveal your individual movement patterns. If you've ever watched baseball, you'll notice that every batter has their own unique stance and swing - the same applies to walking and running!
All of our orthotics can be fully customized and be made soft, medium or rigid depending on the surface that is appropriate for your foot type.
How Orthotics Work
Custom orthoses treat injuries such as foot arch pain by realigning the foot joints, as well as redistributing the impact forces from walking or running. Other uses include immobilization of certain joints to prevent improper, pain-inducing movement, and stabilization of joints that are bearing too much stress. Orthotics can be used in conjunction with other physical therapy techniques to speed healing, such as after knee surgery.
Get Evaluated Today
If you're experiencing pain from everyday activities like walking, or if you've been injured, give our Arizona orthotics experts a call today to schedule an evaluation. Many insurance companies cover orthotics in their coverage plans, meaning relief comes to you at a significant discount - or even free! For your convenience, our office staff is ready to get them authorized for you.