Physical Therapy in Irving, TX

What is physical Therapy?

Physical therapy involves exercises, manual therapy, and stretches, with an emphasis on the back, upper arms, and legs. Physical therapy is designed to reduce pain and help you move and function better. It can help with function after an injury or disability such as a stroke, an accident, surgery, slip and fall, or sports injury.

Call or book an appointment online today to find out how Physical Therapy could help you.

When used together with medications and injections, recovery is quicker and more complete. Physical therapy is an import part of the treatment plan to get you fully functional again.

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Accepted Insurance

We accept most major insurances. Please call to verify your insurance plan with us