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Our Physical/Occupational Therapists provides quality care to patients with a variety of musculoskeletal impairments, whether it is from an injury or surgery. They educate, encourage and assist patients in performing physical activities that will alleviate pain, restore physical function and prevent further injuries. They provide direction to the Physical Therapy Assistants and Technicians. Your PT has received a 4 year Bachelor’s degree and/or 3 year doctoral program to obtain their Physical Therapy license. The training to become a PT includes studies in the classroom as well as a year of multiple internships in a variety of therapy settings. Yearly, your PT participates in Continuing Education courses to advance their knowledge and skill.
Our Physical Therapist Assistants (or PTAs) and Certified Occupational Therapist Assitanats (COTAs) have undergone a 2 year Associates degree program to obtain their Physical Therapist Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant license for the state of Arizona. This training includes several internships. They also participate in continuing education every year to advance their knowledge and techniques. The PTA will follow the plan of care of the Physical Therapist and will modify and/or add exercises and treatments to advance your treatment plan.
Our Therapists have a team of technicians that assist them in their case load for the day. Technicians have been trained, in house, on the specific exercises and techniques that each therapist utilizes in your treatment. These technicians are always under the supervision of your physical therapist and if questions or concerns arise, the therapist is available for consult.