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Cranbrook FAQ’s

Will I see a Physical Therapist at every visit? 

At many other Physical Therapy clinics, you will see a Physical Therapist for an evaluation but then be transferred to a Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) or even an Athletic Trainer for treatment.  These type of providers do NOT begin to have the same education or background to treat injuries the way a true Physical Therapist does.

At many of the large chain PT clinics they are serving their own needs and not patients based upon business planning and not based upon what the patient needs. The treatment of the patients fit into their wall-street model instead of offering the best care.  

At Cranbrook Physical Therapy you will be treated by a certified Physical Therapist at every visit. Our business model is to help patients for whatever their needs may be. And this also applies to physical therapy for children.  

Will I see the same Physical Therapist? 

At Cranbrook Physical Therapy you will almost always see the same Physical Therapist which ensures continuity of care and does not require patients  to re explain their case over and over. 

How many years of experience does your Physical Therapists have? 

All PTs are not created equal. Many patients did not investigate enough in choosing where to go and are unaware of the difference in experience and skill level from PT to PT. 

At  Cranbrook Physical Therapy our PT's have years of experience in helping to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries.  We do not have new or inexperienced physiotherapists at our clinic.  Currently, our PTs have a minimum of 10 years of experience.  Our goal is to get the patient better not just get as many patients in and out of the door as fast as possible. 

Is the treatment I receive only exercise based? 

At Cranbrook Physical Therapy, of course, we will have patient's exercise and all patients are given a Home Exercise Program.  Often exercise alone will not address their problem.  Patients will also receive manual treatment (or hands on) therapy to help tissues heal and restore mechanics. 

Based on the  Evaluation performed by the Physical Therapist this may include:  soft tissue massage, friction massage, trigger point release, streatching, manual traction, joint mobilization ore muscle energy techniques.  Also, we implement modalities (light therapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, heat/cold etc) to help with pain, swelling and heal tissue damage. 

Do you have private rooms? 

At Cranbrook Physical Therapy we have private rooms. 

Do you have easy and ample parking? 

At Cranbrook Physical Therapy we have easy and ample parking that makes accessibility to the clinic very simple. 

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We work closely with you and your doctor to ensure the best possible care and recovery. Our certified hand therapists optimize surgical outcomes with compassion.

Rehab is more than just exercise. Often tissue has been injured or inflamed and it needs help to heal.

  • Restoring your hands fully for work, home, and recreation 
  • Educating you to help avoid future hand problems 
  • Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Tennis elbow or sore wrist
  • Arthritis

At Cranbrook PT, we believe that patient outcomes are better with orthopedic manual therapy. Human touch is essential in our treatment philosophy and techniques.

There are various symptoms that our physiotherapists can solve through integrated hands-on-therapy.  

  • Shoulder elbow or knee issues
  • Lower back pain injuries
  • Muscle tension and spasms
  • Neck pain
  • Pelvis 

We work to correct functional impairments of the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and muscles for children. It's youth orthopedics, pediatric physical therapy.   

We understand that kids are different from adults. Their muscles, joints, and bones are brittle, still growing, and require special care.

Our therapy sessions are fun, and your kids will feel like they are home away from home.  

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