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We specialize in the use of manual therapy techniques in a variety of orthopedic and neurological injuries/pathologies. Learn more about our unique treatment approach at Physical Therapy Services of RI.

“I came in limping after seven weeks and now I don’t limp.  I have learned from Physical Therapy Services of RI how to exercise and cope properly with my situation.  Thank you all very much.”~ Louis M., Narragansett, RI

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Sports Medicine

Our Unique Treatment Approach

Examining the body as a whole is our specialty. At Physical Therapy Services of RI, we not only help you recover from an injury, but we design an exercise program that will improve your performance and allow you to remain injury-free.  Our highly experienced therapists integrate patient education and  functional exercise to help relieve pain and help you regain functionality. Our therapists focus on the interrelationship of range of motion, strength, and postural alignment  as they relate to biomechanical function. We pride ourselves on using manual orthopedic therapy, or the use of hands on techniques to make direct changes to muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and bony alignment.  This approach not only helps to identify the anatomical dysfunction, but also looks at a broader view for biomechanical problems which may have led to the injury in the first place.


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Arthritis/ Bursitis/Tendonitis

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Back Pain

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Cerebral Vascular Accidents

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Facial Pain/TMJ

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Hand Injuries

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Industrial Accidents

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Ligamentous Sprains

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Motor Vehicle Accidents

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Muscle Strains

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Multiple Sclerosis

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Neck Pain

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Parkinson's Disease

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Plantar Fasciitis

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Post Surgical Rehabilitaiton

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Prenatal and Postpartum Back Pain

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Running Injuries

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Scoliosis

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Sports Injuries

Helping our patients get back to everyday activities, such as:

 

  • youngsters achieving the balance/strength to ride a bike
  • high-school students returning to soccer, track, or football following a sports injury
  • gardeners, sailors, and weekend warriors who suffer from overuse injuries
  • helping active baby boomers who suffer from boomeritis strains/tendonitis reengage in social recreation
  • helping elderly individuals with joint replacements and balance/strength problems regain independence and an improved quality of life.