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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy utilizes a combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to optimize recovery and improve performance. Therapeutic exercises reinforce and maintain the positive changes achieved through manual therapy. Regular therapeutic exercises and manual therapy promote long term benefits and allow you to participate in the daily activities and sports you love.

Some Of The Manual Therapy Techniques We Utilize


Instrument-assisted soft tissue massage (IASTM) utilizes specialized tools to apply controlled pressure and specific strokes to address soft tissue dysfunction, increase blood flow, and break down adhesions. By promoting tissue healing and restoring normal, pain-free movement patterns, IASTM is one of many tools that a trained physical therapist uses to get their patients back to the activities they love.


Soft tissue massage is a technique using light pressure that addresses superficial muscles, tendons, and fascia. Deep tissue massage is a technique that targets deeper layers of muscle. Both techniques are used to reduce pain, release muscle tension, improve flexibility, and aid in injury recovery.


Cupping is a technique that uses negative pressure to create suction. By placing cups on the skin and removing the air inside them, the negative pressure is created, which helps to draw muscular tissue and other soft tissues upward. Physical therapists use this technique to promote increased blood flow, decrease muscular tension, and reduce pain.

Joint Mobilizations

Joint mobilizations are performed to various joints in the body such as the spine, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles. Joint mobilizations use controlled pressure to address tissues that surround the joint that otherwise can not be stretched on your own. Physical therapists use joint mobilizations to restore normal range of motion, reduce pain, and improve functional movement.

Myofascial/Active Release

Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles. This technique involves applying sustained pressure and stretch to the fascia. Active release technique uses movement and pressure to areas of tense muscles. Both techniques are used to treat soft tissue injuries and improve range of motion by increasing blood flow, promoting relaxation, and breaking up scar tissue and adhesions

What Makes Gear Up Physical Therapy Different


One-on-One For A Full Hour With Your Doctor of Physical Therapy, Every Visit

To ensure that you are getting the highest quality of care. Every session will be one on one with a doctor of PT. No aids, no techs. Just individualized care for you with your doctor


24 Hour Response Time

We are 100% committed to your recovery. Throughout the process your therapist will always be accessible for any questions you may have


You're More Than A Diagnosis

We take a look at the whole body. We are aware that the location of your pain is not always the cause. Not only do we improve your pain and reduce your symptoms, but we address the root cause of the issue and work to make your body more resilient in order to prevent further injuries.


You'll Never Get a Bill From Us Months Later After Your Visit

Unlike many physical therapy clinics- you won’t get any bills months following finishing PT. You will never be surprised by a bill you were not anticipating.


We Understand the Demands of Your Life and/or Sport

We walk the talk! As physical therapists who exercise and participate in a large variety of activities/sports ourselves we understand what it takes. While many physicians and physical therapists will simply tell you to stop your desired activity we understand that avoiding the things that you enjoy most because of an injury is no way to live. Because of our background we know the importance of keeping you in the activities you love and we find ways to modify your training so you can stay in your sport throughout the R3 Physio process.

What People Say About Gear Up Physical Therapy and Wellness


5 am to 8 pm

Saturday & Sunday

By Appointment 

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