Physical Therapy for your Back

Get a one-of-a-kind plan for strengthening your back, alleviating injuries, and treating the underlying causes of pain.

Pain Is a Signal

And it’s one worth listening to. Whether you’ve had a twinge in your back for ages or are fresh off a recent back injury, the best thing you can do to gain strength and mobility is seek treatment right away.

Your Back and Physical Therapy

No two injuries are identical, and your physical therapy plan should reflect your unique circumstances.
your back and physical therapy

Two Approaches, One Goal

There are two approaches to treating a back injury: passive and active physical therapy. These are used in tandem to improve mobility, promote strength, and address the root cause of your pain.
passive and active physical therapy for your back

Passive vs. Active Physical Therapy for Your Back

Passive physical therapy approaches, such soft tissue and joint mobilization, can be helpful when it comes to decreasing pain, stiffness, and irritability.

By leveling out pain and stiffness, passive care enables us to proceed with active movement: strength building, stretching, and bolstering cardiovascular activity in order to get to the root cause of your pain points.

physical therapy for your back

Build a Plan That’s Tailored to You

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to physical therapy. That’s why we come to you when and wherever is convenient, working alongside you to come up with a plan that works based on your unique needs and circumstances.

Want to Test the Waters?

If you’re not ready to book your first consultation yet, no worries – we’re here to answer any questions you might have before that. Feel free to give us a call or shoot us an email anytime.


"Thank you for getting me back on my feet. "
"Dr. Clark is an amazing person. Professional, Caring and knowledgable"
"Back to my usual 2 mile a day walking routine and feeling great."

Schedule Your First Evaluation

Let’s make moves.

Set up your first session with Dr. Ken Clark. We’ll go over your pain points, lifestyle habits, and goals in order to come up with a tailor-made physical therapy plan for short-term relief and long-term results.

If you’re not quite ready to set up an in-person evaluation, feel free to give us a call instead. We can talk through your options and answer any questions you may have.