Fremont Therapy Group hosts Talk to a PT at the Lander Bake Shop on March 3rd at 10 a.m.
Fremont Therapy wants to get you healthy for the new year!
Talk to a PT is a way for you to discuss any issues you’re having with one of our professionals – for free.
Physical therapy can do so much more than help you recover from a surgery. It can improve your quality of life by reducing your pain and improving your ability to move. Whether your pain is keeping you from hiking or climbing, or just simply limiting your day to day activities – we can help! If you are having issues and wondering if you should just power through the pain, see a specialist, or find an easier way to manage it via exercises and PT, Talk to a PT is a great way to answer your questions, as well as alleviate your worries or concerns.
Our physical therapists are experts in the movement and function of the human body. On top of having doctorate degrees, the majority of physical therapists at Fremont Therapy Group have additional certifications and specialties making it easier for our communities to get the help they need, without having to leave the area. We are proud of our staff for taking time each year to study, attend trainings, take long assessments and more to improve their skill sets. Our physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and athletic trainers all work with our Clinic Directors and Education Director to research the specific needs our communities are lacking and make it our mission to help meet those needs.
Fremont Therapy Group has proudly been a part of the Fremont County community for over 20 years
Our highly trained staff is certified in the following areas: Dry Needling, Hand Therapy, Sports Therapy, Lymphedema, and the McKenzie Method. They also have advanced training in Women’s Health, Vestibular (balance), Back-to-Work Assessments, Running Analysis, Industrial Rehab, Custom Orthotics, Aquatic Therapy, Cupping, orthopedic surgery and manual therapy.
We like to reach out to the community in a variety of ways. Including coffee with a PT on a casual basis, scheduling a one-on-one private time with one of our professionals or attending one of our scheduled workshops.
Join us for our first coffee session, hosted by Courtney Hansen, on March 3rd at 10 a.m.
Coffee with a PT
Our first coffee session will be hosted by our physical therapists on March 3rd from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Lander Bake Shop. This is an open discussion where you can bring up any questions you have about physical therapy or your specific issues.
Schedule a time to Talk to a PT on the phone or in person
Call and Talk to a PT or schedule a time to pop in and see them. These sessions give you up to 15 minutes of one-on-one time with a skilled professional – with no cost to you.
Workshops to educate the community
We are planning to host a variety of workshops to help you better understand what specialties our staff can treat right here in Fremont County. We’ll cover things like Women’s Health, common shoulder issues, we’ll talk about how Dry Needling can reduce or eliminate your pain, and more. For example, hearing the word Vestibular for the first time might not mean anything to you, especially if you’ve never had an issue with your inner ear. We understand, if you have the need for treatments, driving a few hours to see a specialist can be a huge inconvenience. All of our clinics treat Vestibular issues. Some of those issues can be fixed within one to two sessions.
We want our communities to feel comfortable calling their physical therapists when they have an issue. Our staff is excited to kick off our new campaign, Talk to a PT.
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any topics you’d like covered at our first coffee sessions. And don’t hesitate to call our clinic to schedule a time to Talk to a PT, anytime!