Physical Therapy Practices

Experienced professionals will guide you in a range of practices that put you back on your feet and moving towards your goals.

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

The human body contains intricate systems of muscles, nerves and bones. Osteopathic manual therapy recognizes the interconnected nature of these systems and uses hands-on techniques to diagnose and treat the body.

Muscle Energy Technique

This form of manual therapy mobilizes joints and relaxes muscles with subtle muscle contractions.

 

Afterward, you will experience decreased pain, better movement, and improved alignment.

Myofascial Release/Soft 

Tissue Mobilization

The physical therapist will use techniques such as sustained pressure and stretching to loosen myofascial restrictions (tense areas in the muscles and connective tissue). The therapist will also manually manipulate soft body tissues to relax muscles, rehabilitate injuries and reduce pain.

Modalities

The therapist will perform treatments to promote healing and pain relief.
     Ultrasound • Traction • Iontophoresis • Electrical Stimulation • TENS Units • Cold or Heat Application

Neuromuscular and

Functional Exercise

In-depth orthopedic and functional exercise and conditioning, tailored to your lifestyle and activities, will improve the quality and efficiency of your movements.

Education

Ongoing education throughout physical therapy will empower you to build long-term health.

Specialties

Cranial Sacral Therapy

Gentle touches to the cranium and sacrum restore the natural rhythmic movement found between the bones of the skull. Cranial sacral therapy improves circulation of cerebrospinal fluid throughout the body system.

Esoteric Healing

Everything has energy – including injuries and painful spots. During esoteric healing, the therapist identifies weak or congested areas of energy and works to improve it . This nonintrusive and noninvasive technique puts the patient in a place of rest and peace to change the energy they feel regarding the injury or pain.

 
 

Tai Chi

Tai chi is a gentle form of exercise and stretching where participants perform a series of slow, controlled, mindful moments. This movement practice has many health benefits such as decreasing stress and joint pain, improving muscle strength, flexibility and balance, and enhancing the immune system.


All sessions are led by a trained professional. 

Patient Information

Our friendly staff takes care of scheduling, insurance and payment details so patients can focus on what’s most important – healing.

Prescriptions

Patients can receive care at Physical Therapy Center regardless of the provider named in their prescription.

 

By law, you do not need a prescription, but your insurance company may require one, therefore, we recommend it.

Insurance

We participate with most insurance companies including:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

  • AETNA

  • TRICARE

  • Medicare

  • HAP

  • Priority Health

  • Connect Care

  • Cigna

 

Please contact us for a complete list.
 

 

Find Us

PHYSICAL THERAPY CENTER
304 W. Wackerly

Suite D400
Midland, MI 48640
Phone: 989-839-9309
Email: info@ptcphysicaltherapycenter.com

After you enter the building, walk down the hallway and you’ll see a sign for PTC near the doorway.

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