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Joe Todd Mason MSPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 2235 Russellville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Melissa A. Tolbert DPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 165 Natchez Trace Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Natalie R. Sykes PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 165 Natchez Trace Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Kelly Quinlan White DPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 1681 Normal Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Rachel Forrester PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 1725 Scottsville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42104
Mrs. Susan Bates Pardue PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 201 Park Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Mr. Agripino Latanafrancia Soldevilla P.T.
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 1561 Newton Avenue, Milwaukee, KY 53203
Amy Battaile DPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 165 Natchez Trace Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Mr. Steven A. Lagermann MSPT, CSCS
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 165 Natchez Trace Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Marina Moore PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 1000 Natcher Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Peter James Gagnon DPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Cynthia Diane Hudson OCS, MS, PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 165 Natchez Trace Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42103
Linda Pillow P.T.
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 201 Park Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101
John Philip Paszkiewicz MSPT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 1725 Scottsville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42104
Mr. Michael Wesley Kennedy MS, PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 181 W Professional Park Court, Bowling Green, KY 42104
John Michael Rice PT
Specializes in Physical Therapy
Address: 731 E 10th Avenue, Bowling Green, KY 42101
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What is Physical Therapy?

When injury or disease limit a patient’s ability to move and enjoy day-to-day activities without hurting, physical therapy helps restore movement and function. Physical therapy can increase strength, balance, and range of motion while reducing stiffness and pain. In some cases it may even be a safe and non-invasive alternative to pain medications or surgery.

Because physical therapy is used to treat an incredibly wide variety of ailments, each patient’s experience may be slightly different. In general, however, physical therapy appointments will consist of an examination, physical therapy treatments, and instructions about helpful ways to move or techniques to approach physical challenges.

The treatments used in physical therapy help to increase movement, reduce pain, and speed healing. They may include, among others:
  • Stretching
  • Strength exercises
  • Massage
  • Water therapy
  • Ultrasound therapy
  • Heat or cold therapy

Physical therapy is useful for many different problems. Almost any injury or disease that makes it painful or difficult to move can be treated with physical therapy. A few examples of conditions regularly seen by physical therapists include:
  • Injuries, including fractures, sprains, and strains
  • Lower back pain
  • Post-surgical care
  • Amputation
  • Stroke or brain injury
  • Dizziness and loss of balance
  • Muscle disorders
  • Developmental delays

Being able to go about your daily life effectively and comfortably is a key component of independence. Restoring that function is the work of physical therapists.
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