Manual physical therapy involves one-on-one, hands-on, active and passive intervention techniques. We have found it is most effective when combined with therapeutic exercise and patient education.
Before designing a treatment program, your physical therapist will first assess joint alignment and mobility; muscle length, strength and balance; any neurological deficits, and the movement coordination of any injured joints and muscles in functional patterns.
""As a patient, the care I received at Impact PT has been excellent. The care is one on one with the physical therapist, not an aide. There was the short term recovery planning for my problem (sacroiliac joint inflammation and scoliosis) as well as long term planning to prevent recurrence. The PT's were all knowledgable, friendly, and extremely caring. The front desk staff are always friendly and helpful. Plenty of parking also at this facility that is in a great location in Lynnwood with easy access from the freeway or 99.
As a physician, I have also referred numerous patients here with excellent results and never a complaint. There are PT's closer to my office but Nancy Mitrano and Impact PT are the PT's of choice for me and my practice."