State of the Art Physical Therapy

State of the Art Physical Therapy

"Our goal is to restore you to your previous level of function, rebuild your body and renew your spirit."

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Shoulder - Calcific Tendonitis

ptbyart.com Calcific tendonitis of the shoulder happens when calcium deposits form on the tendons of your shoulder and the become inflamed, causing shoulder pain.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Muscle Cramps

ptbyart.com When it comes to muscle cramps, the most common affected muscles are in your upper arms, behind your thighs, and in the front of your thighs.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Cervical Spinal Stenosis

ptbyart.com The spinal cord is a column of nerve tissue protected by a bony tube in the spinal column. Conditions that narrow the space in this tube put the spinal cord at risk of getting squeezed.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Injury Care - Introduction

ptbyart.com We look forward to helping you achieve optimal health and recover from injuries.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Foot Pain - Sesamoid Problems

ptbyart.com If sesamoids (two pea-sized bones) are injured, they can be a source of severe pain and disability. They play an important role in how the foot and big toe work.

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Squash Physical Therapy in Ashburn - Introduction

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[03/26/20]   WE HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY!
STAY SAFE
& DON'T FORGET TO WASH YOUR HANDS 😉

[03/26/20]   We hope this updated information finds everyone Healthy, as we are all trying to cope with the COVID 19 Pandemic.

At this time, we just wanted to update everyone on a few things with regards to State of The Art Physical Therapy.

YES … We are an ESSENTIAL SERVICE & we are OPEN
YES … We are Disinfecting ABOVE & BEYOND than before
YES … We are washing our hands CONSTANTLY
YES … We are “VERBALLY” checking in patients – no sign in
YES … We are treating patients using “SOCIAL DISTANCING”
YES … We will wear a “PROTECTIVE MASK” If you request it
YES … We are taking every precaution to PROTECT you!
YES … We are right HERE when you need us or if you just have
Questions
YES … We CARE about you and your HEALTH, we MISS you
YES … We will get through this TOGETHER!

[03/18/20]   We hope that you and your family are well. In recent days we have all seen a new reality regarding the concerns about the COVID-19 virus.

At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, your health and well-being is our top priority.

We are monitoring recommendations from the health authorities and we are open to provide the personal care needed for our patients treatment and journey to recovery.

We would like to share some details on the standard daily practices which we have always had at our clinics in addition to extra steps we are taking in light of the virus.

Standard practices that our patients have always experienced at State Of The Art Physical Therapy include:

All of our linens are single use and are cleaned using detergent on high heat
Wiping down of all treatment beds and equipment after each use with hospital grade disinfectant
Our clinics are fully equipped with hand washing stations as well as hand sanitizer
Cleaning high-touch areas with medical grade disinfectant (e.g., door handles, common area surfaces, railings, chairs, light switches, payment machines, exercise equipment and treatment tools)
Our staff wash their hands thoroughly between treating each patient
Additional steps we are taking now include:

Additional training to our staff on increased sanitization/hand hygiene recommendations
Advising our staff to stay home if they are feeling unwell or have travelled by air in the last 14 days or have had close contact with someone who has travelled by air in the previous 14 days
Increasing the frequency of cleaning all items listed above
Monitoring information from our health authorities to adjust our plan based on recommendations
We know that the COVID-19 virus can be alarming and a bit scary. At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, we see this as a partnership journey with you as we make it a priority to take care of each other.

The steps that we have put in place are due both to our love for our patients but also for our great staff who are here for our patients.

We can all play a role in this joint battle with the virus.

We respectfully request that our patients:

Wash their hands prior to entering our facility and use hand sanitizer in our lobby
Reschedule appointments for a future date if you are feeling unwell, have traveled by air in the previous 14 days or have had close contact with someone who has traveled by air in the previous 14 days
Here are some tips that we can all follow in our daily lives:

Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water (for at least 20 seconds). Alcohol based hand sanitizer is a good option if soap and warm water is not available
Cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing
Regularly clean high touch objects and surfaces
Avoid contact with people who are sick
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
If you feel sick, stay home and avoid public spaces
At State Of The Art Physical Therapy, the health of our patients is the cornerstone of why we exist. We look forward to continuing to be a partner in your health and wellness journey and taking steps with our patients to create a healthy and sanitary environment.

The team @ State Of The Art Physical Therapy

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Hockey - Introduction

ptbyart.com You don’t have to live in a cold weather climate to enjoy the excitement of ice hockey.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Elbow Pain - Tennis Elbow

ptbyart.com Any activities that repeatedly stress the same forearm muscles can cause symptoms of tennis elbow.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Skiing - Introduction

ptbyart.com When it comes to appreciating wintertime and the outdoors, there is no better way to do it rather than by cross country skiing.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Lower Back Pain - Scoliosis

ptbyart.com Scoliosis is an abnormal or exaggerated curve of the spine from the side or from the front or back.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Lumbar Disc Herniation

ptbyart.com Although people often refer to a disc herniation as a slipped disc, the disc doesn't actually slip out of place.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Weightlifting - Introduction

ptbyart.com The sport of weightlifting is already tough enough without adding a devastating injury to the plate of any competitor or amateur.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Foot Pain - Hallux Rigidus

ptbyart.com Hallux rigidus is a degenerative type of arthritis that affects the large joint at the base of the big toe.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Elbow - Radial Tunnel Syndrome

ptbyart.com The symptoms of radial tunnel syndrome are very similar to the symptoms of tennis elbow.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Figure Skating - Introduction

ptbyart.com Any true figure skater wants to be able to land that double salchow, that triple lutz, or the ever elusive quadruple axel.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Cervical Spinal Stenosis

ptbyart.com The spinal cord is a column of nerve tissue protected by a bony tube in the spinal column. Conditions that narrow the space in this tube put the spinal cord at risk of getting squeezed.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Knee - Chondromalacia Patella

ptbyart.com Chondromalacia patella is a common knee problem that affects the patella and the groove that the patella slides in over the femur (thigh bone).

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Neck Pain - Whiplash

ptbyart.com Motor vehicle collisions are the number one cause of whiplash with injury to the muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, and discs of the cervical spine.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Kickboxing - Introduction

ptbyart.com The name of the sport really describes itself well: boxing combined with kicking, which together equals KICKBOXING.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Wrist Pain - Fractures

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Spinal Compression Fractures

ptbyart.com An injury to the spine, such as from a hard fall on the buttocks or blow to the head, can cause a spinal compression fracture.

Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Cheerleading - Introduction

ptbyart.com Cheerleading risky athletic elements add an increase injury. Ligament sprains, muscle strains, fractures, back pain, overuse injuries of arms are common.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Elbow Pain - Olecranon Bursitis

ptbyart.com Olecranon bursitis is inflammation of a small sac of fluid located on the tip of the elbow.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Volleyball - Introduction

ptbyart.com There is a lot more to volleyball than jumping around in the sand on a beach in a bikini -- Misty May Treanor and Kerri Walsh proved that at the Olympics.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Neck Pain

ptbyart.com Knowing how your neck normally works and why you feel pain are important in helping you care for your neck pain.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Accessory Navicular Problems

ptbyart.com It is not uncommon for both the hands and the feet to contain extra small accessory bones, or ossicles, that sometimes cause problems.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Football - Introduction

ptbyart.com Life on the gridiron can be a grind. Football is a tough sport and the sheer toll it takes on the body of players is why professionals only play once a week.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Pediatric Pain - Transient Synovitis

ptbyart.com Transient Synovitis is the most common cause of acute hip pain in young children between the ages of three and 10.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Shoulder Pain - Dislocations

ptbyart.com A shoulder dislocation is a painful and disabling injury of the glenohumeral joint.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Elbow - Anatomy

ptbyart.com Part of what makes us human is the way we are able to use our hands. Effective use of our hands requires stable and painless elbow joints.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Avascular Necrosis of the Hip

ptbyart.com Bones are living tissue, and like all living tissues they rely on blood vessels to bring blood to keep them alive.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Posterior Tibial Tendon Problems

ptbyart.com Because we use our feet continuously, tendonitis in the foot is a common problem. One of the most frequently affected tendons is the posterior tibial tendon.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis

ptbyart.com Many adults (mostly women) between the ages of 40 and 60 years of age develop shoulder pain and stiffness called adhesive capsulitis.

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Squash Physical Therapy in Ashburn - Introduction

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Back - Spondyloarthropathies

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Foot - Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

ptbyart.com Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs from abnormal pressure on a nerve in the foot.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Elbow Pain - Olecranon Bursitis

ptbyart.com Olecranon bursitis is inflammation of a small sac of fluid located on the tip of the elbow.

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Physical Therapy in Ashburn for Hip Pain - Fractures

ptbyart.com As the population ages, the number of hip fractures that occur each year rises. A fracture of the hip in an aging adult is not simply a broken bone.

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20098 Ashbrook Pl, Ste 190
Ashburn, VA
20147

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 19:00
Thursday 08:00 - 19:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:30
Saturday 09:00 - 12:00
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