Spine & Orthopedics
Your trusted provider for evidence informed and uniquely tailored care.
Orthopedics is the medical specialty dedicated to preserving and restoring function in the musculoskeletal system and includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves.
The Physical Therapists at the Anchor Wellness Center. strive to deliver compassionate, evidence informed, individualized care. Likewise, we pride ourselves in being autonomous providers that use a comprehensive evaluation in addition to critical thinking to determine each individuals root cause.
Our physical therapist are specialty trained in orthopedic manual therapy, trigger point dry needling and preventative care.
Believe it or not, your back is NOT bad. Neither is your knee or hip.
We hear this all the time. Fortunately, you can heal your back and get back to whatever activities you desire. More importantly, you are not your ailments. Our bodies are extremely complex.
Neither exercise, injections or surgery alone are the answer. Instead, we must take a wide angle approach integrating all the systems to find long-term solutions.
Did You Know?
Research suggests that 4 out of every 5 people have low back pain at some point in their lives.
In the United States, over $50 billion a year is spent on the treatment of low back pain.
What Makes Anchor Wellness Orthopedic & Spine Therapy Different?
Simply put, we aren’t protocol based.
Yes, many conditions have a usual program that promotes healing, gradually increase stress/load tolerance and ultimately improves performance. But YOU are not usual. YOU are unique and we treat you as such.
That is why our Spine & Orthopedics approach is different from the rest.
Ankle Sprain Rehab: More than just 4-way Ankle Theraband exercises? by Jacqueline Sanders, PT, DP
Ankle Sprain Rehab: More than TheraBand exercises? Ankle sprains are very common in athletics across a multitude of sports at a variety of performance levels: it seems most athletes from young to more mature, recreational to professional have experienced an ankle...