Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a profession of choice to treat movement disorders and pain.  Physical Therapists receive specialized training in many sciences such as human anatomy, kinesiology (the science of human movement), and physics, just to name a few.  A physical therapist will use “hands on” techniques such as therapeutic exercise, functional training, as well as modalities (such as ultra sound, electrical stimulation and laser) to treat symptoms and address the source of dysfunction.  Physical Therapists  are health care professionals who evaluate and treat people of all ages, from “weekend warriors” to elite athletes, from children to mature adults.   PT’s also help prevent health conditions through prevention, restoration of function and through exercise and treatment techniques that promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.


Our Specializations at Uxbridge Orthopedic and Sports Therapy include:


Hands on skills including: Myofacial Release, transverse friction massage, Muscle Energy Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, Joint Mobilization, Manual Traction, Mcconnell Taping and Kinesiotaping


VESTIBULAR THERAPY: For the treatment of vertigo



Including exercise stabilization training, balance and proprioceptive training, plyometrics, strength, power and flexibility


There are a large variety injuries and physical therapy plays an integral part in the multi-disciplinary approach to the management of these injuries. The aim of physical therapy is to treat and rehabilitate you after an injury or operation to return you to your activities in the shortest possible time and to prevent further injury and loss of fitness.

We are here to make you feel better and get back into action as well as possible.

DIAGNOSES WE TREAT INCLUDE (but are not limited to):


  • Shoulder impingement,
  • tendinitis/ bursitis of all joints
  • SLAP lesions
  • Tennis and Golfers Elbow
  • Wrist overuse syndromes
  • ITB syndrome
  • dislocations and fractures
  • plantar fasciitis
  • chondromalacia patella
  • Achilles tendinitis
  • partial and total joint replacements
  • pre and post orthopedic surgery
  • Arthritis (all joints)
  • frozen shoulder
  • sports injuries
  • sprains and strains
  • ACL injuries
  • post-illness rehabilitation