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A physical therapist is a trained and licensed medical professional with experience in diagnosing physical abnormalities, restoring physical function and mobility, maintaining physical function, and promoting physical activity.
Our therapy center teams provide state of the art care to help restore the body’s mobility. Our therapists have decades of experience, education and specialized certifications in a variety of conditions, including: joint replacements, dry needling, preventative care to avoid surgery and post-op care to help patients return to work and/or full function. We work with everyone from top athletes to weekend warriors and everyone in-between.
Physical Therapy services typically include:
Your life is made up of occupations—meaningful everyday activities. These occupations can include many roles, such as being a parent, a friend, a spouse, working on the computer, a weekend warrior, an artist, a cook, or a musician. We generally don’t think about our daily occupations until we have trouble doing them. Everyone has occupations— from the toddler whose occupations are play and learning to develop important life skills, to the older adult whose occupations are engaging with family and friends and managing his or her home. If you are recovering from an accident or injury, you may struggle to do your everyday occupations. Occupational therapy incorporates your occupations into the rehabilitation process.
Occupational Therapy services typically include:
Monticello Diagnostic Imaging centers are led by specialized physicians and staffed by highly trained, patient-focused clinical experts.
Monticello Pain Management centers are committed to relieving your pain and improving function quickly, safely and effectively.
Monticello Health Services has developed an extensive network of physical and occupational therapy providers to ensure convenient access for patients throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area.