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Team Approach to Your Physical Therapy in Kansas City, MO

The clinicians at Restore Muscle and Joint are experts in the evaluation, treatment, and prevention of orthopedic and neurological injuries. We provide care based on the current best evidence and use state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment to facilitate a rapid recovery for even the most involved patients.

We know that getting patients back to their active lifestyles is a top priority, and that physical therapy here at Restore Muscle and Joint is a great first step in the process.

Experience and cutting-edge modalities,  are now available to the community members we serve. We take pride in providing one-on-one attention, in a warm and caring environment, to each of the patients that come through our doors.

We see a variety of patients each with their own specific needs, daily demands, and personal goals. That’s why we take the extra time to provide a customized program to each new patient we see.


The good news is that we’ve successfully treated thousands of patients with:

  • Back/Hip Pain & Sciatica
  • Neck Pain & Pinched Nerves
  • Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Problems
  • Joint Pain & Arthritis
  • TMJD
  • Sports Injuries
  • Chronic Pain
  • Knee Injuries
  • Foot & Ankle Conditions
  • Muscle Strains
  • Ligament Sprains
  • Balance & Dizziness Disorders
  • Nerve & Neuromuscular Conditions
  • Elbow, Wrist, & Hand Pain
  • Work-Related Injuries

Benefits of Physical Therapy after Knee Surgery

Physical therapy after knee surgery has numerous benefits that can aid in recovery. Restore Muscle and Joint’s physical therapy can help to reduce pain and inflammation, restore joint and muscle strength, increase circulation, and improve range of motion [2,3]. Moreover, physical therapy can also help to prevent scar tissue build-up, enhance personal freedom, and improve a person’s quality of life [1]. Starting with a physical therapist-recommended workout regimen can optimize the healing process and make it easier to return to low-impact activities [1]. Proper physical therapy is crucial for a full recovery and returning to doing activities that you love [2]. Therefore, physical therapy is an essential component of the recovery process after knee surgery.

References: [1] 4 Benefits Of Physical Therapy After A Total Knee … [2] The Benefits of Physical Therapy After Knee Surgery [3] Will I Need Physical Therapy After Knee Replacement?


Benefits of Physical Therapy after Shoulder Surgery

Physical therapy is an essential part of the recovery process after shoulder surgery. Restore Muscle and Joint’s physical therapy can help restore healthy joint and muscle function, alleviate postoperative pain, and enhance mobility and balance [1,2]. Rehabilitation activities such as exercises and stretches may be recommended by the physical therapist to be performed two to three times daily [1]. Delaying physical therapy after surgery can have negative consequences such as decreased blood flow to the surgical site and weakened muscles [2]. Starting physical therapy on the day of surgery can lead to better overall results and a faster recovery [2]. Patients have a positive perception of their therapist, the number of sessions, and the utility of PT to impact improvements after shoulder surgery [3]. Therefore, physical therapy is critical for patients to recover from shoulder surgery and regain their quality of life.

References: [1] Physical Therapy After Shoulder Surgery [2] 5 Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery [3] Patients’ perception of physical therapy after shoulder …


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is physical therapy? A: Physical therapy is a form of healthcare that focuses on the treatment of conditions related to the musculoskeletal system, including bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Physical therapists use non-invasive techniques to improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion, reduce pain, and promote healing.

Q: What conditions can physical therapy help with? A: Physical therapy can help with a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, arthritis, post-operative rehabilitation, and more.

Q: Is physical therapy safe? A: Yes, physical therapy is generally considered safe and non-invasive. Physical therapists are trained to identify and address any potential risks or complications, and will always work with their patients to ensure their safety and comfort during treatment.

Q: What should I expect during a physical therapy visit? A: During a physical therapy visit, you can expect a thorough evaluation of your medical history, a physical exam, and possibly some diagnostic tests, such as X-rays. Your physical therapist will then create a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs and goals.

Q: What techniques do physical therapists use? A: Physical therapists use a variety of techniques to promote healing and improve function, including exercises, stretches, manual therapy, electrotherapy, and more.

Q: How many physical therapy visits will I need? A: The number of physical therapy visits you’ll need will depend on your individual condition and treatment goals. Your physical therapist will work with you to create a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs and may involve a series of visits over a certain period of time.

Q: Will my insurance cover physical therapy? A: Many insurance plans do cover physical therapy, but coverage can vary widely depending on your specific plan. Our office will work with you to determine your insurance coverage and any out-of-pocket costs you may incur.

Q: Is physical therapy only for adults? A: No, physical therapy is safe and effective for patients of all ages, including children and infants. Our office provides specialized pediatric physical therapy to help children achieve optimal health and wellness.

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