Feel Better and Get Back to What You Love
Roseville, CA- In business since 1996, Performance Physical Therapy has four clinics around the Sacramento area – one which is conveniently located in Roseville at 400 Sunrise Avenue.
They pride themselves on being a patient-centric company that provides physical therapy with an emphasis on compassionate care and effective results. They offer individualized treatment plans, patient education and at-home exercises to bring full balance back to the patient’s life.
Patient Russ P. expresses his appreciation for his treatment. “The staff and therapy at Performance Physical Therapy were awesome. Scheduling, communication, therapy and the education they gave me was well beyond anything I could have ever expected.”
A wide variety of therapy options are offered depending on the patient’s needs. Traditional physical therapy uses individualized plans of care to help people manage pain, recover and prevent further injury. As people are presented with more hand-related injuries from overuse of technology, the hand therapy team treats hand pain, wrist pain, carpal tunnel and other hand injuries. The aquatic therapy option offers rehabilitation done in the water, which allows patients a range of motion that is often not possible on land. Patients suffering from vertigo, balance problems, brain trauma or inner ear dysfunctions may benefit from the vestibular rehabilitation that they offer patients.
Patient Tony C. received treatment for a broken leg and surgery, and says it was instrumental in getting him back on his feet. “[This is] my first time recovering from a major physical injury and I couldn’t have been happier with the excellent team at Performance Physical Therapy. The staff is always so helpful and the therapists have been personal, encouraging and professional. I’ve made incredible progress to get back to walking in a very short time. They are clear on my recovery goals and have continued to push me closer on every visit. I look forward to my visits knowing I will keep elevating my performance as I get closer to running and snowboarding again.”
Their physical therapists average more than 15 years of hands-on experience. Each receive an unlimited hands-on continuing education benefit, so patients know that they are in the most capable hands utilizing the most recent advancements in rehabilitation.
Physical therapist Shannon Zalewski says, “Physical therapy is about physical rehabilitation, but more importantly, it is about the person behind the injury. I love taking the time to get to know each person and I truly care about them, which makes my job so rewarding. After the hard work we have both put in, I get to celebrate their successes with them.”
To find out how Performance Physical Therapy can help you, call 916-771-3110 or visit their website, ptclinics.com.