Welcome to Gaylord Physical Therapy
We believe in empowering people to regain their strength and reach peak performance after an injury or illness. When you trust our physical therapists with your recovery, know you are working with some of the area’s most highly skilled and trained specialists. Our doctorate-educated therapists focus on improving your movement, mobility, and strength to restore, maintain, and promote optimal physical function. This is accomplished in various ways, including exercise on land or in our therapy pool, manual techniques, therapeutic modalities, and education.
Recover stronger with Gaylords advanced orthopedic and sports medicine physical therapy
Our physical therapy services address musculoskeletal issues ranging fromcommon to complex. We work with you to design a personalized rehabprogram and monitor your progress closely, using established and newtechnologies to help you perform at your personal best. At each of our five locations you will find a team of experts knowledgeable in a wide array of orthopedic-based dysfunctions and sports injuries, including but not limited to:
• Degenerative conditions of the spine and peripheral joints
• Sports injuries
• Acute muscle strains
• Ligament sprains
• Post-surgical care
• Workers’ compensation injuries
No matter what your plan of recovery may require, our skilled therapists provide the expert care you need
The physical properties of water diminish the effects of gravity. The therapeutic properties of water combined with the skill of our therapists that will help you to improve your mobility and function.
Intramuscular Manual Therapy (IMT), also known as dry needling, is designed to improve muscle function, induce relaxation, and decrease pain. This technique is performed in addition to the traditional therapy assessment, exercise, and mobilization techniques.
Medical Exercise Therapy (MET) is a concept used worldwide to organize exercises in a robust treatment protocol for patients with musculoskeletal and locomotor dysfunctions. It is beneficial in preventing overuse lesions, often seen in workers and athletes.
Gait training is a distinct form of physical therapy that helps strengthen and improve your walk and stance. It specifically focuses on balance and posture, adjusting your position, your endurance, and can include different forms of technology.
Post Op Care
Post-Op Care uses current evidence-based post-surgical protocols for total joint replacements, ligament and tendon repairs, fractures, fusions, and other procedures. Our therapists tailor each patient's exercise program to ensure the best functional outcome.
Soft Tissue Mobilization
STM can help increase local blood flow, improve muscle mobility/plasticity, and reduce pain when muscles become sore or develop trigger points (knots). This can be done with an instrument (Graston), foam roll, or other device.
Sports Medicine addresses the rehabilitative needs of injured patients seeking to regain their highest level of physical performance, regardless of whether the injury originated with playing a sport, orthopedic surgery, joint replacement, or other event.
Strength & Conditioning
Our Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are physical therapists who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes to enhance their performance. They perform sport-specific testing sessions, develop safe and effective strength and conditioning programs, and provide injury reduction guidance.
Our therapists with advanced training in TMD will evaluate and create an individualized plan
involving manual therapy, postural training, and exercises to decrease pain and restore function. Our team collaborates with dentists and ENTs to ensure the best outcomes.
About Our Programs
Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment
Return to Play Concussion Program
Injured Worker Program
We use the latest technology to advance your recovery
Where you choose to receive care can make all the difference. Gaylord offers an extraordinary range of technologies and patient services, all based on the latest research and best practices.