“Where The Healing Begins”
As experts in movement, our sports rehab specialists serve as your first line of care when you experience pain, discomfort or injury while training or competing in your sport. Experience physical therapist who has worked in the NFL and several college programs
Diabetic and Hypertension Exercise Program
Do you have diabetes or high blood pressure? Our Diabetic and Hypertension exercise program can help decrease blood glucose levels and help to lower blood pressure .
Pre and Post Surgery Therapy
Get stronger, heal faster and get back to life (and through rehabilitation) more quickly and with our physical therapy team at your side. We’ll create a program that is related directly to the specialized needs of your sport.
The spine is our body’s core, when the muscles and nerves along it are pinched, pulled or twisted, it can stop us in our tracks. Our team specialize in spine health. We focus not just on treating pain, but on determining its cause and preventing it from coming back.
“My problems were my neck and upper back. When I first came to Pro-Fit Sports Medicine & Rehab, my pain level was 7 to 8. After my PT and leaving today, my pain level is 0. Great work and great people. I will tell everyone I know to come here. May you be blessed and keep up the great work. Thank you, Vera”
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“Receiving therapy treatment helped my back pain tremendously. I can get out of bed now without any stiffness.”James
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