Physical Therapy in Northern Utah
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Physical therapy is designed to restore impaired functions, improve mobility, relieve pain, and help you get back to feeling your best. Our experienced physical therapists create personalized patient treatments designed to enhance your health and well-being. If you have been injured in an auto accident, suffered a sports injury, broken a bone, underwent surgery, suffered from pain and inflammation, or continuously dealt with debilitating conditions, visit one of our four Northern Utah physical therapy locations and start your journey to a healthier you!LEARN MORE
Our cardiatric rehabilitation treatments assist patients in recovering from a heart attack. Our Cardiac Rehab Team provides support, education, and exercise guidance to restore your health and your future. We provide cardiac rehab at our four Northern Utah physical therapy locations.LEARN MORE
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy specializes in the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and active lifestyles. We work with our patients to understand the muscular movements and repetitive motions that occur during sports. As we identify problems with dysfunction or disability, we create an exercise program designed to meet your specific needs and goals. Athletes can get injuries suddenly, and they can be traumatic. Without effective treatment, you risk long-term dysfunction and potentially keep you from enjoying your favorite activities.LEARN MORE
Hand therapy treatments are designed to provide pain relief for the fingers, arms, wrists, hands, and shoulders. We have extensive experience in helping patients find pain relief and restoring motion. Our experts treat hand and upper extremity conditions by evaluating your condition and determining the best treatments to manage your condition.LEARN MORE
We use aquatic therapy to strengthen the body and reduce pain and improvement movement. Our specialized aquatic treatments are performed in a warm water pool to aid in reducing pain during exercise. Patients find treatments are easier to perform and healing time improves with aquatic therapy.LEARN MORE
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We are certified experts in women’s health with a specialty in treating incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, organ prolapse, postpartum changes, and other pelvic floor and urogynecology issues. Our experts go beyond the symptoms and focus on treating the root problems causing pelvic floor disorders.LEARN MORE
Since 1977, Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy, has been raising the bar for therapy services with four convenient Northern Utah clinics in Layton, Syracuse, Roy, and Farmington. Our experts focus on restoring and supporting healthy, active lifestyles for our patients. Experience the difference Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy has to offer!
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Stiffness, pain, dislocation, rotator cuff injury? Shoulder pain is common due to overuse and everyday tasks. Our experts will restore motion, reduce pain, and improve mobility with safe and effective physical therapy treatments. With proper treatment, many people can recover from a variety of shoulder injuries and conditions.
Whether it’s a rotator cuff injury, shoulder dislocation, or ongoing pain, we can help. Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy specializes in shoulder pain treatment in our Layton, Syracuse, Farmington, and Roy physical therapy clinics. Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy is here to help you achieve full mobility and improve shoulder strength.
Let our experts help your shoulder function correctly by implementing proper mechanics and strengthening exercises. Please schedule a consultation with one of our Northern Utah physical therapy locations for shoulder pain treatment.LEARN MORE
Restore strength and motion of the knee with restorative knee pain treatments. Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy treats patients of all ages and dealing with all types of knee problems. Our skilled physical therapists look for signs of misalignment and dysfunction of the knee joint. We create personalized patient treatment plans designed to relieve joint pain, reduce inflammation, and restore mobility.
We can help relieve knee pain in one of our four physical therapy locations in Layton, Syracuse, Farmington, and Roy. Don’t let your knee pain cause you to miss out on your favorite activities. Contact our physical therapists to get started on the road to recovery.LEARN MORE
Many people will experience neck pain and stiffness weekly. Some patients of car accidents will experience whiplash, which is soft tissue damage to the neck. Other patients can deal with chronic neck pain, sharp or dull sensations, and acute neck pain. The neck is directly connected to the spine and head, making it vulnerable to recurring pain, strain, and stiffness.
Our experts have experience dealing with various neck pain symptoms, including visual disturbance, concentration issues, dizziness, and radicular pain. We provide safe, modern treatments designed to reduce pain and stiffness and restore motion. Let our experts show you how physical therapy treatments for neck pain will improve your life and help you find relief.LEARN MORE
The elbows are used for a variety of movements throughout the day. We use our elbows for driving, cooking, cleaning, working, and more. Over time, these repetitive, routine tasks can lead to joint pain and dysfunction.
Hyperextending the elbow can quickly occur when playing sports or performing simple tasks. When the elbows experience pain and dysfunction, it can limit your ability to do daily activities. Common symptoms of elbow pain may include pain, swelling, and burning sensation in the elbow.
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy specializes in orthopedic services designed to treat elbow injuries. We treat bursitis, arthritis, strains, sprains, and other elbow pain symptoms.LEARN MORE
Foot pain will have a direct impact on your quality of life. Foot pain problems impact the heels, toes, nerves, tendons, and surrounding areas. Ankle sprains and pains are common ailments and are impactful to your daily life.
Patients experiencing foot and ankle pain can deal with various symptoms, including radiating pain, swelling, or sharp, shooting pain when walking. Foot pain can lead to unsteady gait or limping in some patients.
If you are suffering from plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, bunions, stress fractures, bursitis, and other common foot pain problems, schedule an appointment with our experts to help restore function, motion, and enjoy walking once again!LEARN MORE
Are you suffering from back pain? Back pain is one of the most common conditions, impacting over 16 million Americans annually. Chronic back pain, herniated disc, pinched nerves, osteoporosis, and other conditions can make day-to-day living challenging.
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy has experience treating various back pain and alignment problems such as muscle strains and spasms, muscle tension, bulging or damaged discs, Scoliosis, and more. Our experts will evaluate your condition and determine the best physical therapy back pain treatments to help you feel your best!LEARN MORE
One in four Americans over the age of 60 will suffer from hip pain. The hip is one of the most-used joints in the body. The hips provide several key functions for the body, from supporting our weight to allowing us to run, walk, sit, and more. When there is a dysfunction of the hip joints, it can become a major problem.
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy has been treating hip pain, including conditions associated with hip pain, including; labral tears, osteoarthritis, bursitis, hip impingement, muscle and soft tissue damage.
Our experts will focus on decreasing or eliminating pain, improve range of motion, and restore mobility. Contact our office to schedule an appointment to discuss hip pain treatments!LEARN MORE
Ankle sprains are among the most common conditions that occur when the foot twists beyond its range of motion, causing ligament damage by overstretching them or possibly tearing ligaments. Patients experiencing foot and ankle pain can deal with a variety of symptoms, including radiating pain, swelling, tenderness, bruising, and sharp shooting pain when walking.
We can treat multiple ankle pain conditions, including ankle sprains. Our expert physical therapists can help you restore motion, regain strength, reduce pain, improve balance, and get you back to enjoying your daily activities with effective, safe, natural treatments for ankle pain.LEARN MORE
The hands are one of the most-used extremities. Without the proper function of the hands, many people experience frustration daily. Hand injuries are among the most common workplace injuries, costing employers and employees valuable time and money. We specialize in hand therapy and treatments designed to treat several conditions impacting the hand and wrist, including; arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, sprains, and more.
Using proper healing techniques and therapeutic interventions, we focus on restoring function to the hand. Our hand therapist is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). Schedule a consultation to discuss hand pain and find out how Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy can help your hands feel better and move properly.LEARN MORE
- KC is the best physical therapist I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. 100/10 recommend seeing KC or anyone at this clinic.Stockton Weese
- He is intelligent and did outstanding care for my problem. He explains thorough whats going on with my numbness and pains.Ann Ramirez
- Alyssa listens to your concerns and makes adjustments when needed. She is amazing. Wasatch Peak staff are kind and accommodating.Brady & Brittany Pingrey
- The people at Wasatch Peak were so friendly, kind and encouraging.Cecilie Rush
- Wasatch Peak is the best! The physical therapist and his assistance were very dedicated to restore my back and hips to the best they can be.Dan Ehrhardt