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Timberlane Physical Therapy: Our Treatment Approach

Timberlane Physical Therapy (TLPT) utilizes a holistic “whole picture” treatment  approach to work with our patients to reduce pain, improve motion, restore function, and prevent disability. We strive to return the quality of life to our patients, from performing daily living activities to engaging in recreational or competitive sports activities.

With our holistic treatment approach, we perform a comprehensive evaluation and consider the patient’s entire presentation to resolve their pain and range of motion issues. After all, our musculoskeletal and other body systems are interrelated and interdependent. You are not just the physical body. There are also social and emotional issues that can create barriers to achieving optimal wellness.

Timberlane Physical Therapy: Ready and Able to Handle A Wide Range of Medical Issues

Our team of highly educated and experienced therapists regularly manage patients who come to us with complex chronic disabilities, a wide array of acute injuries, and history of multiple surgeries. We are all well-versed in the common PT areas of neck, shoulder, lower back, hand, hip, knee, and foot pain. However, we also have developed a thriving practice helping patients with less common disorders achieve significant improvements in their lives. Using physical therapy, gait analysis, and functional movement system approach, we work with patients with scoliosis, lymphedema, Ehlers-Danlos syndromes, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), and many more.

2 days ago

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While we consider an FMS essential for athletes in sports with high injury risk, it’s useful for anyone especially those of us in age brackets where we start feeling those daily aches and pains. By addressing our imbalances, inefficiencies, and inflexibilities, we can avoid injuries and add years to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Read more about an FMS on our blog:
www.timberlanept.com/fms/functional-movement-screens-can-help-avoid-spring-sports-injuries/
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7 days ago

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As we all are making plans for the weekend, try to be mindful of your posture to prevent chronic neck and back pain. "Text neck" syndrome is a strain on the cervical portion of your spine when an excessive force is added from a downward projection of your head, most commonly experienced when texting and looking down at your phone. Check out how much of a difference 15 degrees has on the force on the neck! The more you know...

Happy Friday, everyone!
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1 week ago

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Training for the Vermont City Marathon on May 27th and come across any strains and pains along the way? We are here to help run your best marathon this year with appointments available to examine your gait, identify any asymmetries from a functional movement screening and help target those problem spots with dry needling. Give us a call today! 802-864-3785 ... See MoreSee Less

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