Take back control with TrueFix Physical Therapy. High quality, consistent, and individualized care is the foundation of our company, and what we pride ourselves on the most.
WHAT WE TREAT
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One of the most common sites of pain! MRI’s and X-rays often show bulged discs and arthritis throughout the spine, but no worries, we can help. Learn More
Neck pain can be scary. Not only does it effect they way you move and sleep, but it can also cause symptoms into your back, shoulder, arm, and hand. Learn More
The shoulder is complex! Don’t worry, most of the pain or limitations in movement that you might be experiencing are very treatable. Learn More
Including (but not limited to) our golfers, tennis players, and handy men/women. Elbow pain can be debilitating when trying to perform your everyday household and recreational activities. Learn More
The hip is an amazing structure. Like the shoulder, there’s a lot going on in this area. A full evaluation and treatment towards your deficits will get you back to doing the things you love. Learn More
Very common site for pain. The knee has a lot of influence from the hip, the foot, and the ankle, so there’s quite a bit going on. Lucky for you, we know just how to get things working smoothly again. Learn More
The foundation of our entire body. The foot and ankle work very closely together. Pain and dysfunction in this area are hard to ignore. Learn More
Don’t see your specific pain site here? No worries. Pain is complex. Come see us so that we can get to the root cause of your problem.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR FIRST VISIT
Step 1: Dialogue
Every initial evaluation starts out with a deep dive into who you are as a person, what you enjoy doing, and a history of your current pain or dysfunction. This is without a doubt the most important part of our evaluation, and what sets the stage for our exam and treatment of you as an individual.
Step 2: Testing
Now that we’ve gained valuable insight into who you are and what you’re dealing with, we will run you through a series of tests and measures. This portion of our exam is very investigative in nature, as we will be trying to see how your current pain or dysfunction is influenced. How does it respond to certain movements, loads, or other activities we put it through? This will give us a solid baseline of where you’re at.
Step 3: Treatment
After we get through the dialogue and testing portion of our exam, we will move into treatment. We will now have a good understanding of the specific joints, muscles, and tissues that are involved. Tailored manual therapy and exercise will be given at this point, and we’ll likely start seeing improvements in pain and movement during this first treatment session.
Step 4: Plan
Your first visit will end with a recap of what was discovered during the dialogue, testing, and treatment portions of your exam. Finally, we will set you up with a home program consisting of specific exercises, mobility drills, and soft tissue work that you can do on your own in between your future appointments. By the end of your appointment you should have a clear understanding of what’s going on, what we’re going to do to fix it, and how long we foresee it taking to resolve.
HOW WE TREAT
Through extensive evaluation and diagnosis of your condition, we prescribe specific exercises and mobility drills to allow your body to adapt and heal.
Pain and dysfunction can effect the way your muscles and other tissues act while at rest and during movement. We use manual therapy techniques such as massage and thrust manipulation to get these tissues feeling and working better.
Dry needling can have an unbelievable effect on pain relief and performance for those who have been suffering with pain caused by dysfunction in their muscles and/or nervous system.
Nutrition, sleep quality, and stress management all have effects on pain and dysfunction. That’s a fact.
We’re here to assist in cleaning up any lifestyle factors that are likely playing a role.
Come into our clinic or hop on a call to speak with a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
This gives us a chance to determine how we can best help you, and you a chance to meet us and voice any questions or concerns that you may have.
4200 Somerset Dr.
Prairie Village, KS 66208