Clinic Hours: M-Th 7:30am til 6:00pm
Fri-7:30am til 4:00pm
(360)299-2781 /
3001 R Avenue, Suite #110
Anacortes, WA 98221
At Anacortes Physical Therapy, we provide a comprehensive range of services to treat musculoskeletal and neuromuscular dysfunctions. Our physical therapists seek to restore strength, mobility, endurance, balance and function after injury, illness, or surgery. All of our treatment programs focus on alleviating pain and dysfunction while quickly returning the patient to the highest level of function. We make it a priority to educate patients about their disease or injury process, with the ultimate goal of preventing future problems. Some of the therapeutic services and specialty programs include:

Step Ups for Strength to
Ascend/Descend Stairs

Orthopedic/Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Whether you are suffering from a sprain, strain or other injury, our therapists will discuss with you the nature of the problem, examine symptomatic tissues, search for faulty biomechanical relationships, pinpoint strength deficits, assess neuromuscular control, and identify movements or postures that increase or decrease the pain. This evaluation helps to determine the source of the pain and guides the course of treatment. Your treatment program may consist of state-of-the-art modalities (e.g. heat, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, ice, and traction) to control your pain and/or muscle spasm, joint and/or soft tissue mobilization to help hydrate and restore circulation to the involved area, taping to support injured joints and therapeutic exercises designed to enhance the healing process and strengthen/balance the muscles in the involved area.

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Spinal Stabilization Exercise
on Therapeutic Ball

Spinal Stabilization Training
The mechanics of the spine and the potential causes of back pain are often misunderstood. We take the time to explain your condition and educate you about how your back works. You will also learn to incorporate proper body mechanics and postural awareness during your work/home activities. Once back pain sets in, the muscles used to stabilize the segments of the sp ine become inhibited and malfunction. By following a specific stabilization program, you can learn how to effectively activate these muscles and strengthen/balance the muscles stabilizing the segments of your spine. This will assist greatly in eliminating back pain.

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Total Gym Squats

Leg Extension

Surgical and Fracture Rehabilitation

Surgical intervention may be required for complex injuries. To ensure a successful outcome, progressive rehabilitation is often necessary to promote tissue healing and achieve functional goals. Our therapists have observed numerous operative procedures and consult regularly with local surgeons on emerging techniques. They structure your treatment plan based on stages of tissue healing, using modalities and/or bracing as needed to decrease pain and edema while prescribing specific exercises to restore range of motion and strengthen weak muscles.

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Advanced Squats on BOSU Balance Ball

Sport Specific Exercise Prescription

Whether you are a competitive athlete or a weekend warrior, injury prevention is paramount. Our therapists share your passion for sports and recreational activities. With an extensive knowledge of biomechanics, functional anatomy and exercise physiology, they are an excellent resource for designing a strength and conditioning program tailored to meet the demands of your sport. These specific programs include practical tips for warm-up/cool-down, stretching, exercise progression and peak performance enhancement.

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Inversion Traction

Pain Management, Relaxation and Biofeedback Training

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Balance Training
Have you ever had a loss of balance, dizziness, vertigo, spinning, or feeling like you were falling?  These are balance disorders that may be caused by something wrong in the brain, the nervous system (joints and muscles), the eyes, or the inner ear.  Balance is a result of the brain receiving, interpreting, and processing information from those other systems.  When there is some type of dysfunction in any one of these feedback systems it may manifest into a balance disorder.
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MSK Imaging

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Cold Laser

Low Level Laser/Cold Laser
Cold laser technology has been known to produce healing effects in tissue since the early 1980's. This has been a popular topic of clinical research and well documented in trade journal publications sighting case studies and double blind peer reviewed clinical studies. Its effectiveness has been documented on neurologic tissue repair, bone growth, tendon repair, pain reduction, wound care, scar tissue reduction, and pain reduction.
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3001 R Avenue, Suite #110 Anacortes, WA 98221 - 360-299-2781 Clinic Hours: M-Th 7:30am til 6:00pm, Friday 7:30am til 4:00pm