Sterling Physical Therapy is dedicated to personal care and proven results. If you are experiencing spine, joint, or muscle pain, give us a call so we can get you back in the game. We have solutions for you, whether your are struggling with an existing injury or are wanting to prevent injuries in the future.
Our staff members and physical therapists are passionate about caring for our patients. All clinicians believe in the same philosophy of personal care and hands on treatment. No matter if you see Travis, Angie, Rob, or Pat, you will receive the same high quality orthopaedic physical therapy care.
We are the EXPERTS in Physical Therapy
- Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
- Deals with disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. This includes any injury involving muscle, bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons and disorders related to these.
- Sports Physcial Therapy
- Deals with orthopaedic injuries that are incurred during sports and the complex demands that that are involved with returning an athlete to sports.
- Orthopaedic Clinical Specialists
- Only 2% of physical therapists nationwide have achieved this level of education (According to the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists).
- We have the highest level of enhanced diagnostic skills
- We offer specialty care for individuals seeking physical health
- We manage patients with complex conditions effectively
- We achieve results. Period.
Our team cares for kids to grandparents and everyone in between.
Sterling Physical Therapy is a privately owned clinic which focuses on orthopaedic, workers compensation and sports related injuries.
Some of the common problems we see are:
- Wrist, hand, and elbow surgeries
- Wrist fractures
- Neck pain
- Low Back pain
- Shoulder pain
- Joint pain
- Knee pain
- Workers Compensation claims
- Sports Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Repairs
- Anterior Crutiate Reconstructions (ACL)
- Arthritis related joint pain
- Knee replacements
- Hip replacements
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel
- Injury prevention programs
- Ankle sprains
- Knee sprains
- Shoulder dislocations and instability
- TMJ Dysfunction
- Facial/jaw related pain