If you’ve been injured in an accident, undergone surgery, broken a bone, suffered from lower back pain, arthritis, heart disease, or other debilitating conditions, Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy can help. Upon referral from your doctor, our experienced therapists develop an individualized care program tailored to your needs and abilities.
What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is designed to restore function, improve mobility, and strengthen your overall body movement. With effective modalities and proper healing techniques, we can stimulate the body’s natural healing capabilities and get you back to enjoying your favorite activities sooner. Our ultimate goal is to focus on improving your quality of life and feeling your best!
Who Needs Outpatient Physical Therapy?
The physical therapists at Wasatch Peak are experienced in treating athletes, surgical patients, and individuals with chronic health conditions. If you’re suffering from any kind of physical discomfort related to the muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, or nerves, you may benefit from outpatient physical therapy. With more than 25 years of experience in Layton, Utah, there’s no better place to be for advanced outpatient physical therapy. Patients who may benefit from our services include those who:
- Sustained an acute injury, such as a fall
- Sustained an athletic injury
- Have a congenital defect
- Had a surgical procedure
What Can a Physical Therapist Treat?
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy has four locations in Northern Utah for our patients to reduce pain, improving mobility in many of the body’s muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. We treat a wide variety of conditions, including;
- Hand & Wrist
- Foot & Ankle
- Chronic Pain
- Workers Compensation
- Head Injury Rehabilitation
Why Choose Physical Therapy?
If you suffer from any of the conditions listed at the top of this page, you may benefit from physical therapy. Physical therapy is a great way to regain mobility, build strength, and protect against future injury. If you’re unsure if you need physical therapy, ask your primary care provider what a physical therapist could do for you. Our physical therapy services include;
- Sports Medicine
- Aquatic Therapy
- Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Hand Therapy
- Pre and Post Operative Care
- Women’s Health
- Pain Management
- Men’s Health
- Neurological Disorders
- Worker’s Compensation
- Auto Accidents
- Home Health Care
- Davis Hospital In-Patient Therapy
Physical Therapy Aquatics Program
The Layton location at Wasatch Peak Medical Plaza features a 24’ x 42’ pool for physical rehabilitation. Aquatic therapy is a great option that allows patients to reduce stress on the joint while also working on strength and range of motion. Benefits of aquatic therapy include;
- Decreased stress on weight-bearing joints during exercise
- Increased strength and flexibility
- Improved balance
- Increased circulation
- Promotes deep breathing
- Promotes healing
- Encourages relaxation
- Promotes cardiovascular and muscular endurance
Our aquatics facility allows specialists to offer unique and effective physical therapy services in Layton, UT.
What to Expect
Your initial visit with Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy will involve discussing and examining your health history and pain level. Once we have an idea of the issues you are facing, we can start working on a treatment plan that is designed to get you up and moving and feeling your best once again. Together we can establish goals and a treatment plan that will restore mobility and movement while reducing pain and inflammation.
Patients will visit our office to work on therapeutic modalities that may include electrical stimulation, dry needling, specific stretches and exercises, and more. We create a program based specifically on your condition, goals, and how your body responds to treatment. The first few treatments are usually the hardest as the body adjusts to different modalities and movements. As you progress in the treatment, we can evaluate how your body adapts to movement and how it is healing.
Schedule Your Physical Therapy: Layton, Syracuse, Farmington & Roy
Are you interested in learning more about our services at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy? If so, call 801-825-8091. Most insurance plans do include physical therapy benefits. Depending on your insurance plan, you may need a referral from your physician to obtain coverage.
Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy has four Northern Utah locations to serve you in Layton, Syracuse, Farmington, and Roy. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation, 801-825-8091.