Sports physical therapy is a branch of physical therapy that focuses on the various types of injuries commonly associated with athletics. While all physical therapists are qualified to treat most sports injuries, more severe injuries often require the expertise of a Sports Certified Specialist. A Sports Certified Specialist (SCS) is a physical therapist who has a minimum of 2,000 hours of direct practice involving sports therapy. In order to become board certified a physical therapist must also pass a comprehensive test of advanced clinical knowledge, experience, skills and theory related to their practice in sports. Board certifications are coordinated and monitored by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS).
A Sports Certified Specialist can help an individual return to their favorite activity in an effective and timely manner. By first assessing the cause and nature of the injury a sports certified specialist develops an appropriate plan of care to help the patient get back to normal activity. Surgery can often be avoided by working with your certified sports specialist. There are about 2,000 Sports certified specialists in the country and PHYSIO has one.
Treatment intervention can include: Dry Needling, Sports / Kinesio Taping, Blood Flow Constriction, Cupping, Functional movement screens, Sport Specific Ex’s
60 minute sessions
Repetitive movements that may include resistance, weights or cardio
Wear comfortable clothes that allow free range of movement, like athletic shorts and T-shirt
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Baytown, TX 77520
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Mont Belvieu, TX 77523
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