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Physical Therapy for Sprains, Strains & Other Soft-Tissue Injuries

Did You Know: Soft tissue injuries are the most common type of injury sustained in sports accidents, auto accidents, and workplace incidents.

In our 25 years of experience, David Physical Therapy has helped countless patients make a full recovery from a soft tissue injury. Our team of licensed physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and certified athletic trainers will work with you to develop an individualized recovery plan. 

Ready to take the first step to recovery? Schedule an appointment with us today!

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FAQs on Soft Tissue Injuries:

What Is a Soft Tissue Injury?

The term “soft tissue” refers to anything connecting or supporting other parts of your body, including muscles, ligaments, nerves, tendons, fascia, fat, and blood vessels. The most common of these to be injured are the muscles, tendons and ligaments, usually by overstretching or tearing during physical activity.

Can Soft Tissue Injuries Be Permanent?

Your body is resilient, and in the majority of cases, soft tissue injuries will heal completely with time, treatment and therapy. Only in an extremely severe or neglected injury will the damage become permanent and require lifestyle changes. Physical therapy is an important step you can take to prevent such an injury from becoming something that interferes with your daily life.

How Will Physical Therapy Help Me?

We help our patients achieve the highest level of functional independence by improving strength, mobility, balance, and coordination. Your therapy will focus on reducing pain, reducing disability, and ultimately restoring function to the soft tissue damaged in your injury. Our end goal is to restore your full range of motion and relieve any pain you may be feeling so you can get back to your regular routine.

Who is Eligible for Therapy?

With 25 years of experience, the team at David is equipped to treat almost any soft tissue injury. We’re proud to have provided therapy to patients from children to seniors, and we assess every case individually to determine the best course of action.