Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a rehabilitation specialty that uses specific exercises and equipment to help you regain or improve your physical abilities. Anyone suffering from sports or orthopaedic-related injuries can benefit from physical therapy by regaining strength and endurance.

The Physical Therapy program at the Marshall Sports Medicine Institute:

  • offers conservative treatments that relieve pain and promote healing
  • provides home exercise programs and education on injury prevention, and
  • encourages you to be a proactive participant in your rehabilitation.

The goal of our program is to maximize results, shorten recover times and prevent re-injury. As a patient, you will benefit from the strong spirit of collaboration at the Marshall Sports Medicine Institute. Physical therapists work very closely with orthopedic physicians and surgeons, as well as sports medicine specialists from other disciplines, to achieve the best outcome for you. With all disciplines under one roof, you benefit from shared expertise and experience, as well as coordinated, comprehensive care.


While we are fortunate to work with some of the best athletes in our region, we pride ourselves in treating people of all ages and walks of life. There are many types of injuries that respond to physical therapy. The most common conditions we treat include:

  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive/overuse injuries
  • Shoulder/rotator cuff injuries
  • Knee/hip injuries
  • Foot and ankle pain
  • Tendonitis/bursitis
  • Arthritis
  • Post-surgery care
  • Joint replacement