Expert Physical Therapy Care in Plymouth, MA and Pembroke, MA
Our Physical Therapy Philosophy
Our treatment philosophy is to provide best practice physical therapy care by combining up-to-date evidence based treatment, and experienced sports injury rehabilitation with advanced manual therapy. We will create a better patient experience with our state-of-the-art facility (complete with the very best Physical Therapy treatment modalities), convenient locations and friendly staff.
Our mission is to guide you through your recovery process to a return to prior level of function and beyond.
This includes relieving pain, restoring function, addressing the underlying source of the problem with thorough evaluation, and using patient education to provide skills for independent management of their condition to prevent re-occurrence.
Congratulations to our own Tim Kaufman
for being awarded the prestigious Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist certification. The Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) is designated to those therapists who have successfully passed and became board certified clinical specialists as recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists. These individuals are recognized for their advanced clinical knowledge, experience and skills in orthopedics.
As of June 2013, the ABPTS has certified 7,538 orthopedic specialists nationally (out of 195,670) and only 187 in Massachusetts (out of 7,230).
Way to go Tim, we are proud to have you on our team!
June 6, 2014 By Brian Faghan
How will I recover from Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Surgery? It normally takes several months, and in some cases up to a year, in order to fully recover from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery. Recovery is affected by the severity of the injury, the extent of the surgery, and the diligence with which one follows […]
May 7, 2014 By Brian Faghan
It looks like Spring is finally here to stay, and with the warmer weather comes more outdoor activity – running, biking, track and field, lacrosse, and other seasonal favorites. Unfortunately, many of these sports and activities bring with them sore knees. One form of pain that is associated with these Spring activities is Patellofemoral pain […]
March 28, 2014 By Brian Faghan
Plantar Fasciitis is foot pain caused by activity that affects or stresses the plantar fascia, a flat ligament in the foot that connects your toes with your heel. The plantar fascia also provides arch support. People that are on their feet a lot, teachers, nurses, doctors, often suffer from plantar fasciitis especially if they have […]