Overview

Physical Therapy (PT) plays an important role in today’s health care system, and it is an integral part of the comprehensive medical services at Physicians Quality Care.

Physical therapists, trusted health care experts in restoring and improving motion, contribute to your quality of life by keeping you healthy, fit and active. In many instances, PT can help you avoid surgery and prevent long-term use of prescription medications. But if surgery is necessary, physical therapy can also help you recover after surgery safely. In work-related injuries, physical therapy is often the course of treatment used before the patient is released for return to work. 

PT helps you move better and relieve pain. It can improve your physical function and fitness level. Physical therapists help individuals of all ages to have optimal functioning and quality of life, while ensuring patient safety and applying evidence-based treatments to provide efficient and effective care.

Extensive education, clinical expertise, and "hands on" techniques give physical therapists a unique, individualized approach. When you are in the hands of a physical therapist, you have a safe and appropriate plan of care that has been customized to meet your individual needs to promote recovery.  

Treatment philosophy

pqcPT offers individualized treatment and an evidence-based practice approach that is respectful and sensitive to individual needs. We focus on returning patients to life, work and normal functioning quickly in addition to providing them with the education they will need to continue their progress. Our physical therapists specialize in treatment of musculoskeletal injuries received on the job or at home.

pqcPT physical therapy treatment philosophy focuses on:

  1. Early treatment
    The sooner treatment begins, the sooner an individual begins to recover.
  2. Early motivation
    A positive first experience with our therapist will motivate the patient and create a “healing” attitude that’s been shown to shorten rehabilitation time.
  3. Early education
    We help patients better understand the injury or disease and how to best prevent re-injury or progressions, giving them a greater sense of control over their recovery.