Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy 2017-10-12T05:17:43+00:00

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities (like ultrasound and electrotherapy), manual techniques, assistive devices, and patient education and training to achieve the patients’ goals.

Physical therapists (PTs) are highly educated, licensed health care providers. They must receive an advanced degree from an accredited physical therapy program before taking the national licensure exam. The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree is a 3 year, intensive program that includes classroom work and clinical education rotations. After completion of an accredited program, physical therapists must pass a state-administered national exam.

At Elite, patients are examined thoroughly to determine the root cause of their pain or movement problem. Each patient receives direct, one-on-one patient care and treatment plans are tailored to each individual patient to maximize treatment outcomes. Many clients visit Elite Wellness for physical therapy for various orthopedic and sports injuries such as soft tissue and joint injuries (sprains, strains, tendinitis, fractures, dislocations, impingement syndromes, pre- and post-operative rehabilitation), postural dysfunctions, arthritic conditions, overuse injuries, pain after an accident or traumatic event, and countless other conditions affecting an individual’s ability to move freely, and without pain.

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Dr. Cathy Curran

Elite Physical Therapist

Dr. Cathy Curran

Hi, I am Dr. Cathy Curran. I’m a physical therapist who is passionate about helping patients meet their health-related goals, whether it’s pain reduction, rehabilitation after an injury or surgery or enhancing sports-specific performance. After several years working long hours in the Finance industry, I realized the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and had a strong desire to impact people on a more personal level. I pursued a career in physical therapy to help patients improve their overall health and quality of life. I believe in using a combination of functional exercise and manual therapy to help patients achieve their goals. Learn more about Cathy