top of page

Worker’s Compensation

 Seek Provision Physical Therapy for work related injuries to return employees back to work promptly. At Provision PT, our therapists focus on treatment for employees to return to work and prevention strategies for future injuries in the work environment, promoting a culture of safety.


Additional Services for Worker’s Compensation include :

  • Work Conditioning

A program consisting of 2-hour progressive work-related tasks for 3-5 days per week.  A licensed therapist will put together a program that will focus on job simulation tasks for specific job return.


  • Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)    

An assessment of an individual’s physical and functional abilities for returning to work. The evaluation will determine the worker’s capability for a safe return to work.

Workers Comp pic 1.jpg

Women’s Health/Pelvic Pain

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a disorder that involves impairments of the pelvic floor muscles and can lead to pain. Pelvic pain affects the lowest part of the abdomen, between the belly button and groin. Our therapist will develop an appropriate plan of care that will help to restore the patient’s pelvic floor function.


Commonly Diagnosed Issues:

  • Pelvic Floor Muscle Spasm

  • Chronic Pelvic Pain

  • Diastasis Recti

  • Urinary Incontinence – Stress, Urge or Mixed

  • Overactive Bladder

  • Pre and Post-Partum Musculoskeletal Dysfunctions (back pain, buttock pain, pelvic muscle weakness)

Treatment May Include:

  • Manual Therapy

  • Modalities

  • Therapeutic Exercise

  • Neuromuscular Re-education

  • Patient Education

Womens health pic 2.jpg
Dry Needle

Dry Needling

Dry needling is an invasive procedure in which a solid filament needle is inserted into the skin and muscle directly at a myofascial trigger point.  A myofascial trigger point consists of multiple contraction knots, which are related to the production and maintenance of the pain cycle.


Dry needling is a technique that decreases pain in your muscles. Physical therapists are certified in performing trigger point dry needling for musculoskeletal injuries. Dry needling aims to help relieve acute and chronic pain as well as improving mobility and strength. The technique is used in conjunction with a comprehensive evaluation that complements other treatment techniques to decrease pain and restore function.


How Dry Needling works

There are mechanical and biochemical effects that occur from dry needling.  Based on the pioneering studies by Dr. Jay Shah and colleagues at the National Institute of Health, we know that inserting a needle into a trigger point can cause favorable biochemical changes, which assist in reducing pain.  It is essential to elicit so-called local twitch responses, which are spinal cord reflexes.  Getting local twitch responses with dry needling is the first step in breaking the pain cycle.


Dry Needling can provide relief to the following:

  • Joint Dysfunction

  • Impaired range of motion

  • Pain in muscles/spasms

  • Migraines

Dry Needling 2.jpg

Manual Therapy

A hands-on approach that helps patients improve their mobility through stretching, passive range-of-motion, soft-tissue massages, and joint manipulation.


Manual Therapy will help improve:

  • Range of Motion

  • Joint Stability

  • Muscle/Joint Function

  • Physical Patterns

Manual Therapy 2.jpg

Sports Medicine Rehabilitation

Athletes work hard in making sure they are capable of fully participating in their sport. The physical demand can sometimes cause strain and injuries on their body. Provision Physical Therapy is here to help. Therapists will take a personalized approach in addressing each athlete’s needs and goals.


Rehabilitation for athletes will focus on:

  • Improving their muscular endurance

  • Improving strength

  • Enhancing body mechanics

  • Injury Prevention

Sports Med Pic 2.jpg
Pre and Post

Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation

Whether preparing for surgery or just out of surgery, physical therapy is an essential part of a patient’s recovery. Rehabilitation will restore a patient’s range of motion, strength, endurance, and functional mobility. A therapist will provide care to include manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, patient education, and other procedures necessary for returning you to prior level of function.

Post Op Pic 2.jpg
bottom of page