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Physical Therapists in North Carolina (NC)
“People with complex musculo-skeletal issues, repeated episodes of pain and dysfunction, multiple joint involvements and spinal changes may at last find relief with the revolutionary techniques of Postural Restoration. Adolescents with scoliosis who have been told to 'wait and see' can greatly benefit from early intervention with 3dimensional, asymmetrical personalized exercises. We address respiratory and ribcage dysfunctions, often overlooked. We understand core strength to include good alignment and balanced muscle function of the trunk, ribcage and hips as well as abdominals. Peripheral joint problems often result from core imbalance and weakness. Working on these underlying biomechanical issues speeds recovery.
“We help you get back in Motion! We teach you how to stay in Motion! It doesn't matter if you have been dealing with pain for years or it just happened recently. Our goal is to improve your quality of life and assist you in being independent. Brenda Ranagan,DPT a life long learner. She attends continuing education courses and becomes certified in the most effective approach to addressing her patients problems. Her practice is Evidence Based which means her treatment techniques and protocols are backed up by research.
Physical Therapist, PT, IMTC, LMBT
“I have been practicing Physical Therapy for 44 years in hospital & outpatient settings. Among conditions I have treated during that time are: acute & chronic muscle, fascial & spinal disorders; coronary & lung conditions; neurological & toxicity problems; and women's health issues. For the last 15 of those years I have specialized in Integrative Manual Therapy(IMT). As an Integrative Manual Therapist I use my hands to diagnose & treat patients, by feeling & working with the body's rhythms & movements. While traditional medicine tends to focus on symptoms, IMT focuses on the cause. IMT provides clients with a gentle, yet profound, hands on approach to better health.
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“I am happy to treat patients across the lifespan, from infants to elderly adults. I work with patients who have congenital conditions, athletic or work related injuries, generalized weakness or recent surgical procedures.
How to tell if Physical Therapy is right for me?
North Carolina (NC) Physical Therapists have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.
Following an injury, a body part is often too damaged to get better on its own, but not so damaged as to require surgery. In such cases, the doctor will prescribe physical therapy so your injured body part can heal itself over time through the right movements and treatments.
How to find a Physical Therapist with specific treatment skills?
If you're looking for a specialist in North Carolina, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.
You can also try contacting a Physical Therapy professional to ask for a consultation or referral.
How to use my insurance?
Many Physical Therapy professionals accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the Physical Therapist.