When a neurological or medical condition affects your movement, you can feel like it is controlling everything you do. You can feel depressed and alone because you can no longer enjoy the activities you used to do. Even the simple things in your daily routine can be increasingly difficult. You deserve a trusted guide who can offer a clear path to recovery.
Take back your routine and feel like yourself again.
When you can learn to move better, you can rely less on others and work toward self-sufficiency. Dress yourself, make your own meals, and walk around your neighborhood without fear - your day is completely up to you.
Take back control of your daily routine, in small things like brushing your teeth, and in big things like driving to work.
Reduce Fall Risk
Falls are dangerous for anyone. Steady yourself so you can move about your day safely and without fear.
Learn to walk more efficiently and with less fatigue so you do not have to rely on your walker or cane.
When you can move as you want, there is no limit to what you can do. Go on a walk outside, play on the playground with your grandkids, or go to an aerobics class with your friends - the choice is yours.
Unsure whether physical therapy is right for you? Here are some client success stories.
"As a person with cerebral palsy, I have had a great deal of PT over the years and I have been very pleased with my program! The EW team has been aware of the limitations of my body but not hesitant to push me to be the best version of myself. Their customized, thoughtful approach and caring staff has resulted in a very positive experience for me."
- Christopher Cushing
"I have been a member of the Parkinson’s training group at EW for three years. The program was specifically designed to meet the needs of the participants and the group setting is very motivational to me. Each session incorporates new exercises and provides new challenges to the group."
- Stephen Cook
Frequently Asked Questions
What neurological conditions do you treat?
We treat symptoms of many neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke, and more. Your therapist will ensure your treatment is tailored to your specific condition.
Should my caregiver come to the appointment with me?
Caregivers or guardians are always welcome, as long as you are ok with them being there. You should bring someone with you if they could help fill out patient information and assist you with your home treatment program.
How should I prepare for my first appointment?
Before your evaluation, you can fill out your intake paperwork online and review your insurance coverage. Read our article on how to prepare for physical therapy for more information.
Out of pocket cost
Use your insurance - we accept most major providers.
Your out-of-pocket cost per visit ultimately depends on your insurance coverage, but we want to work with your budget to ensure you get the treatment you need.