With the ever increasing abundance of quality health care and lifestyle information available, people are now able to stay active well into their later years. Often times, the pain and discomforts generally associated with getting older are actually caused by conditions that can be treated through physical therapy. Physical therapy can help people of all ages, including seniors, live full and active lives whether they are managing a long term illness or just want to improve their general health and mobility.

St. Peter’s Physical Therapy provides both inpatient and outpatient physical therapy to help patients regain strength, balance and full motion. Instead of relying on medications, St. Peter’s physical therapists coax the patient’s body to heal itself. The ultimate goal is to help restore and improve functionality, reduce pain and increase mobility for better strength and balance.

In conjunction with Capital City Health Club, St. Peter’s also offers a unique Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab team comprised of physical therapists with doctorate level training and strong orthopedic backgrounds to evaluate and treat injuries. St. Peter’s therapists work closely with physicians to return patients to their pre-injury levels using a variety of techniques and treatments.

Relying on state-of-the art-equipment at Capital City Health Club, patients get back in action quickly and safely.

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Whether you are recovering from surgery, dealing with an injury in the office or in the field, or struggling with a chronic condition, St. Peter’s Physical Therapy has the experience and resources to help you get back to doing the activities you love.

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