Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists are problem solvers. They are movement analyst and musculoskeletal system experts; they can analyze your movements.

Conditions we treat:

Neurologic Disorders

Treatments are including but not limited to:

What is shockwave therapy?

Shockwave therapy can be a very useful treatment option, particularly for chronic soft tissue injuries such as:

  • Plantar fascitis
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Golfer’s Elbow
And many more diagnosis. At phoenix Physical Therapy, we use a state-of-the-art machine to safely deliver shockwaves into the injured tissue. This process is completely non-invasive.


Services are including:

• BIG for Life class
• Maintenance program post LSVT BIG
• Mindfulness
• Consult for Community-based fitness programs

Think BIG !


LSVT BIG  ®  trains people with Parkinson disease (PD) to use their body more normally. People living with PD or other neurological conditions often move differently, with gestures and actions that become smaller and slower. They may have trouble with getting around, getting dressed and with other activities of daily living. LSVT BIG effectively trains improved movements for any activity, whether “small motor” tasks like buttoning a shirt or “large motor” tasks like getting up from sofa or chair or maintaining balance while walking. The treatment improves walking, self-care and other tasks by helping people “recalibrate” how they perceive their movements with what others actually see. It also teaches them how and when to apply extra effort to produce bigger motions – more like the movements of everyone around them( LSVT Global).

LSVT BIG treatment is customized to each person’s specific needs and goals, it can help regardless of the stage or severity of your condition. Exercises can Improve brain function and may slow disease progression. ( LSVT Global)

Exercise is Medicine!

BIG for LIFE Class

This class is for who have completed LSVT BIG treatment with certified clinician to continue their exercises and maintain highest level of function

Community-based fitness programs can be very helpful for people with PD, providing not only exercise but also friendship and social engagement and support. However, it’s important to know that these programs do not take the place of receiving individualized physical or occupational therapy.

Functional Capacity Evaluation

A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) is set of tests, practices and observations that are combined to determine the ability of the evaluated person to function in a variety of circumstances, most often employment, in an objective manner. Physicians change diagnoses based on FCEs.[1] They are also required by insurers in when an insured person applies for disability payments or a disability pension in the case of permanent disability.
An FCE can be used to determine fitness to work following an extended period of medical leave. If an employee is unable to return to work, the FCE provides information on prognosis, and occupational rehabilitation measures that may be possible. An FCE can also be used to help identify changes to employee workload, or modifications to working conditions such as ergonomic measures, that the employer may be able to undertake in an effort to accommodate an employee with a disability or medical condition

During Most FCEs, the following measurements are also taken:

• Lifting power
• Push and pull power
• How long one can stand or walk
• Flexibility and reaching
• Grasping and holding capabilities
• Bending capabilities
• Balance capabilities

Work Conditioning

Work Conditioning physical therapy programs address the physical issues of flexibility, strength, endurance, coordination, and work-related function for a successful return to work. Work conditioning programs are:

• Single discipline
• 2-4 hours per day
• Focus on strengthening, and endurance
• May include work-related activities
• Precedes Work Hardening in some cases

Vestibular Disorder

Dizziness is a general term to describe lightheadedness, floating sensation or faintness
Vertigo is the perception of spinning movement, either of the self or the environment
Imbalance or disequilibrium is a feeling of being Off-Balance

The Body maintains balance with sensory information from three systems:

2.Proprioception/ Somatosensory (touch, Muscles/ Joints)
3.Vestibular (inner ear)

A damage to any of these systems can cause dizziness, Vertigo and Imbalance

Vestibular system related causes of Dizziness/Vertigo

• Head Injury
• Aging
• Lack of blood flow to the inner ear
• Displacement of “crystals” within the inner ear
• Viral infection
• Migraines can create dizziness/vertigo with or without a headache
• Genetic or environmental factors (exposure to certain drugs or chemicals)
• Structural deformities in the bone that overlies the inner ear
• Benign tumors

Non-Vestibular related Causes of Dizziness/Vertigo

• Muscle strain or arthritis
• Aneurysm, stroke, atherosclerosis, and embolism
• Medications
• Damage to nerves that supply sensation to the feet
• Orthostatic hypotension or faintness when sitting or standing
• Cataracts and macular degeneration
• Adjusting to new bifocals/glasses prescriptions
• Psychological disorders like anxiety


1) 10390 Commerce Center Dr.  STE  C-110

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Tell:(909) 789-1212

Fax: (909) 297-1028

2) 1577 E Chevy Chase  DR  STE  110

Glendale,  CA  91206

Tell: (818) 484-7333

Fax: (818) 484- 7334



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