Roper Physical Therapy delivers care through a variety of treatment plans including traditional physical therapy combined with complimentary and integrative practices such as myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and medical therapeutic yoga. We recognize the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects that must be addressed for long-term healing and on-going wellness.
We meet you wherever you may be on your healing journey and will teach you how to take an active role in your own healing process.
All treatments are one hour in length and performed in a private, relaxed setting to promote patient well-being. We work on the source of the problem and empower you to lead a healthy, pain-free, and fulfilling life.
PT’s examine each individual and develop a plan to promote improved Range of Motion, Flexibility, Strength, Stabilization, Muscle Imbalances, and Proprioception.
Our well-trained physical therapists are skilled in powerful hands-on healing techniques that work through gentle, sustained pressure on your fascial system.
Running and Posture Assessments
We evaluate all patients with a total body screen on their first day and will continue at subsequent appointments to check for misalignment or postural abnormalities.
Medical Therapeutic Yoga
We offer weekly Medical Therapeutic Yoga classes taught by a licensed physical therapist trained and certified in the Professional Yoga Therapy Method under Ginger Garner M PT, ATC, PYT.
By complementing the body’s natural healing processes, CranioSacral Therapy is used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.
Dry Needling is a treatment used for reducing myofascial trigger points, which can be a source of pain. Dry Needling uses a thin, solid needle to access the trigger points, or taut bands of tissue, that create pain and dysfunction.
Cupping is a non-invasive treatment in which cups are placed on your skin to create suction, allowing for tension release and increased blood flow to the area. Cupping can be used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, inflammation, and soft tissue pain.