Frisco Physical Therapy
Providing You The Best In Physical Therapy
Frisco, TX Physical Therapy Clinic
At SPORT Orthopedics + Physical Therapy, we aim to provide only the best physical therapy services in Frisco and the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our outpatient physical therapy clinic offers amazing programs for those with orthopedic injuries, as well as those recovering from orthopedic surgery. If you’re looking for the best Frisco physical therapy provider, you’ll find them at SPORT.
All of our physical therapists are exceptionally skilled and highly trained with doctoral degrees. We recognize that pain is unique to each individual, so we tailor our programs to meet your specific needs. Your healing and comfort are important to us, so we provide exceptional care to relieve pain and get you back to your active lifestyle. For more information, or to schedule an appointment for physical therapy in Frisco, call our office at 469-200-2832 today.
Orthopedic Physical Therapies
Most orthopedic injuries and conditions respond well to conservative treatment, and physical therapy is typically an important part of the recovery process. In addition to surgical treatments and procedures, SPORT offers on-site physical therapy for numerous orthopedic conditions:
Physical Therapy Clinic in Frisco TX
Not only does SPORT Orthopedics + Physical Therapy offer treatments and surgeries for orthopedic injuries, but we also offer peak physical therapy services. No matter how your injury occurred, our sports medicine professionals are here to help. At our Frisco orthopedic urgent care center, we treat a variety of conditions, including sports injuries, arthritis, fractures, and many others.
For patients who have a knee replaced, or any other joint replaced, we also offer post-op joint replacement rehab. Our orthopedic surgeons work closely with our physical therapists during the recovery process, allowing us to ensure that each patient has what they need for a smooth recovery.
What Are the Advantages of Physical Therapy?
As a form of both treatment and recovery, physical therapy is an excellent way to take care of your body. Working with a physical therapist after suffering an injury, having surgery, or wanting to improve your athletic performance has many benefits. In the process of going through your physical therapy program, we’ll also teach you crucial information about your body and the way it moves. Especially if you’re an athlete, this knowledge is priceless.
Below, we outline some of the most significant benefits of working with a physical therapist.
Treatment for Chronic Pain
It’s tough to live with chronic pain, and it’s even tougher to find ways to relieve that pain. If you are regularly experiencing pain from an injury, medical condition, or another source, you may benefit from physical therapy. Many sources of musculoskeletal pain can benefit from even one session. Multiple sessions can reduce one’s likelihood of relying on opioids to manage their pain. Opioids, while effective, are highly addictive. For this reason, many people prefer to avoid them if possible.
Athletic Performance Improvements
Athletes can also benefit from regular physical therapy. Not only can it help you become a more efficient athlete, but it can also reduce your risk of injury. You can also improve the strength and flexibility of certain muscles, allowing you to reach new heights in your sport.
Recovery from or Prevention of Surgery
If you undergo orthopedic surgery for an injury, physical therapy is often a necessary form of rehabilitation. After your procedure, it’s important to keep your body moving and to work on strengthening the tissues around the surgery site. If you are a high-risk patient, you can also use physical therapy as a preventative measure. Keeping your muscles, tendons, and ligaments strong is essential to both recover from and avoid surgery.
Trauma or Injury Recovery
If you sustain an injury, such as a sprain, strain, tear, or fracture, physical therapy is a great way to not only recover from your injury, but also to decrease your risk of aggravating that injury. When you visit our clinic, one of our physical therapists will evaluate your injury before developing a personalized program for you. They will also advise you of which movements are and are not safe after your injury. Certain motions won’t aggravate your injury, but others might. It’s important to know what to avoid so you don’t accidentally make the injury worse.
Mobility and Range of Motion Improvements
Especially for older patients, physical therapy can help them improve their balance and range of motion. Greater mobility and balance can reduce the risk of falling, which is a dangerous event for older individuals. They may even be able to walk without assistive devices with enough time and practice.
Best Frisco Physical Therapists
At our Frisco TX physical therapy clinic, we offer a number of programs and techniques for our patients. Along with hands-on manual therapy, heat therapy, cold therapy, and ultrasound therapy, we offer the following specialized treatment options.
Each physical therapist at our clinic is exceptionally skilled from their doctoral degrees and from advanced training techniques. They are highly skilled at treating chronic pain, guiding patients through their recovery process, and helping speed your recovery along. Don’t hesitate to reach out to a professional with SPORT Orthopedics + Physical Therapy. Contact our office by calling 469-200-2832 to schedule an appointment with us.
|ACL Tear Prevention Program||Massage Therapy|
|Post Operative Rehabilitation||*Dry Needling|
|Balance & Gait Training||*Graston® Technique|
*Dry Needling (technique used to release or inactivate trigger points to relieve pain or improve range of motion)
*Graston® Technique (manual therapy using stainless steel instruments for soft tissue mobilization)
Elizabeth Mellon, PT, DPT
Elizabeth/Liz Mellon, a licensed physical therapist, recently joined the SPORT Orthopedics and Rehabilitation team. She has been working in the DFW area for the past 4 years after earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2017. Elizabeth grew up in Rochester, Minnesota as an avid soccer and basketball player. She then attended Southern Methodist University where she received a degree in Chemistry and fell in love with Texas.
Bryson Price, DPT
Bryson Price graduated from the University of North Texas with a B.S. in Kinesiology and went on to earn a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2014 from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. After working through personal muscular imbalances which caused pain when exercising, he developed a passion for the outpatient/orthopedic field of physical therapy. Bryson looks forward to serving the community and helping to improve people’s quality of life.
Ashley Pollina, PT, DPT
Ashley Pollina received her BA in Kinesiology from Texas Woman’s University where she developed a lifelong interest in the scientific aspects of human movement. During her time in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of New England in Portland, Maine, she participated in faculty research projects, community outreach programs (medical tent volunteer at marathons, volunteer boxing instructor at a gym class for Parkinson Disease sufferers, etc.), and was a mentor for a first-year physical therapy student during her third year.
Why Choose SPORT for Your Physical Therapy in Frisco?
The team at SPORT Orthopedics + Physical Therapy prioritizes the needs of each individual patient above all else. Your specialized recovery plan won’t be generic. Instead, it will be personalized by your physical therapist to meet your specific needs. Once we evaluate your injury, we can determine which muscle groups to focus on for the best results.
Additionally, you will benefit from working with SPORT in the following ways.
- No need for referrals. Our medical professionals are all board-certified and highly trained. This saves both time and money for our patients, as well as a higher quality of care.
- Shorter wait times. Because we only treat orthopedic injuries, you won’t be waiting behind patients with unrelated conditions, like colds.
- Much lower costs. Compared to a Frisco emergency room, our services are much more affordable. We also offer cash pricing, and we accept many forms of insurance.
- Cleaner and more sterile. We pride ourselves on maintaining completely sterile environments, and our clinics are often cleaner than the average emergency room.
- Imaging on-site. If you need an x-ray or another imaging service, you won’t need to go elsewhere. We provide imaging services on-site so that our patients can receive comprehensive care all in one location.
Contact SPORT Orthopedics + Physical Therapy Today
As one of the best, low-impact methods of staying healthy and fit, physical therapy has a long list of benefits for just about everyone. Although it often does not result in immediate relief from pain, physical therapy can help you recover faster, build strength over time, and manage your pain without medication. To schedule an appointment with us, please call our office at 469-200-2832 today.