Physical Therapy in Fort Collins

Our goal at Fort Collins Physical Therapy and Sports Center is to help our patients improve function and manage pain, whether their restrictions or condition are related to injury or illness. We work with our patients in all stages of rehabilitation and empower them to overcome their pain and disability and return to their active lives.


We Provide the Following Physical Therapy Services

  • Electro-Acupuncture Pain Management System/Trigger Point Stimulation
  • Cold Laser Treatments: A low-level laser therapy treatment for treating pain, inflammation, degenerative discs, arthritis, CTS, and many other conditions. This treatment works on the energy of the cell and is very effective in facilitating the healing process and regenerating new tissue. It is approved by the FDA and is covered by insurance.
  • Therapeutic Exercise: Physical therapy intervention encompassing a broad range of activities designed to restore or improve musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and/or neurologic function.
  • Exercise Prescriptions: Home therapy for specific conditions for rehabilitation and injury prevention, including aquatic exercises.
  • Gait Training: Facilitates normal gait pattern with or without assistive devices following injury, surgery, or illness.
  • Spinal Decompression, Manual and Mechanical (Non-Surgical): Relieves radicular pain in the upper or lower extremities caused by a pinched nerve in the cervical (neck) or lumbar (lower back) spine
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation: For spine, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle, wrist, and other joints.
  • Independent Functional Exams: For social security and third-party payers.
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization: A hands-on manual procedure to mobilize adhesions, stretch soft tissue, gain range of motion, and improve overall function.
  • Joint Mobilization: A hands-on manual procedure to mobilize compressed joints in the spine and extremities to gain range of motion and improve overall function.
  • Trigger Point Therapy: Treating a localized trigger point or muscle knot that may be causing other pain in the body.
  • Craniosacral Therapy: A hands-on diagnosis and relaxation technique addressing the cranial bones and spine.
  • Myofascial Release: A form of deep-tissue therapy that helps reduce inflammation and relax muscles and connective tissue.
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation: Balance and proprioception training.
  • Epley Maneuver: A procedure used to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), which is vertigo/dizziness caused by inner ear problems.
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF): A combination of passive stretching and isometric contractions that improve range of motion.
  • Hydrotherapy/Whirlpools: Use of water to relieve pain, decrease swelling, increase range of motion, and improve overall function.
  • Pilates/Yoga: Used for core stability, muscle strengthening, flexibility, and improving mind/body awareness.
  • Iontophoresis: A method of delivering anti-inflammatory medications, including steroids if needed, to the source of pain using a small electric charge.
  • Phonophoresis: A method of using ultrasound to enhance the absorption of topically applied analgesics and anti-inflammatory medications.
  • Muscle Activation: Improving muscle function to reduce compensation by other muscles, helping the body to function efficiently and pain-free.
  • Muscle Energy: A diagnosis and treatment for decreased range of motion, muscular pain, and imbalance.
  • Ultrasound: Helps speed healing by increasing blood flow, decreases pain by reducing swelling and edema, and gently massages tendons and ligaments. It also helps to prepare the tissue for manual therapy. Ultrasound can be performed underwater for specific conditions.
  • Orthotics: We design and prescribe custom orthotics specifically for a patient’s condition to help with rehabilitation.
  • Kinesio Taping: A procedure using therapeutic adhesive tape primarily on knees, shoulders, and ankles to increase proprioception, promote healing, relax overused muscles, and facilitate the use of underused muscles.
  • Interferential Electrical Stimulation: Uses an electrical signal to treat muscular spasms and strains, producing a massaging effect that causes the release of endorphins. This treatment is often combined with ice or heat applications.
  • Home Traction Devices: Prescription for cervical and lumbar spine to relieve chronic and acute nerve compression.
  • Supplies: We have a wide variety of orthopedic supplies available on site for your convenience.

If you’re curious about any of our many physical therapy services, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment or consultation, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Fort Collins Physical Therapy and Sports Center is conveniently located here in Fort Collins, and we’re proud to provide therapy services for folks throughout Northern Colorado.