Voted “Best Physical Therapy Practice in Northern Virginia” by the Readers of Virginia Living Magazine
Join Us For A FREE Sports Injury Prevention Workshop
Learn How to Prevent Sports Injuries
So You and/or Your Child Can Avoid Costly Medical Treatment
and Missed Time at Games, Practices, Events and Work
Tuesday, October 3
Blaser Physical Therapy
40 N. Hill Dr.
Warrenton VA 20186
Phone: (540) 341-1922
YOU WILL LEARN:
- The Leading Causes of Sports-Related Injuries
- The 3 Most Common Sports-Related Injuries
- What Successful Prevention and Early Response to Injury Looks Like
THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU IF:
- You Are a Parent of a Child or Teenager Who is Active in School Sports or Rec Teams
- You Are an Adult Who is Training for an Upcoming Running or Cycling Event
What Others Are Saying About Blaser Physical Therapy
Savannah came to Blaser Physical Therapy for treatment of chronic ankle strain suffered during high school soccer games. Savannah’s therapy included strength training, balance and agility, endurance, and functional sports specific training.
Savannah says, “The hands on treatment that helped break up the scar tissue really helped me with my pain. I’ve returned to soccer practice and have noticed a significant improvement in my ankle stability, strength and my ability to perform.”
> Read Savannah’s Story Here
Blaser Physical Therapy helped Henry return to full participation in sports activities following surgery for a dislocated shoulder. Henry chose Blaser Physical Therapy for their reputation of rehabilitating athletes to their optimal potential to return to their sport.
Henry initiated his rehabilitation and began recovering his range of motion, strength, appropriate restriction of activities, and his confidence. “Blaser Physical Therapy took something that should have been scary and made it less threatening,” Henry says.
> Read Henry’s Story Here
Kathleen is a business owner, avid runner and yoga practitioner who was experiencing severe neck pain due to a ruptured cervical disc.
Kathleen says, “The individualized care and consistency of care that I received at Blaser Physical Therapy was excellent. My treatment plan was detail oriented and took into consideration everything; how my diagnosis related to other parts of my body and the activities I was trying to return to.” Following her treatment, Kathleen was able to resume participation in her favorite sports activity: triathlons!
>Read Kathleen’s Story Here
“My experience with Blaser was outstanding. Being a 48 year old male who is trying to stay in shape comes with a lot of challenges. One of mine is a chronically sprained ankle. I play volleyball, basketball, golf, snowboard, and run. Back in February, I injured my ankle which stopped all of those activities. My doctor was pushing for surgery, but suggested I try a few weeks of physical therapy first. I can report that not only am I not having surgery, but I am close to 100% with my mobility and strength. Every aspect of my experience was top notch. First you don’t have to worry about scheduling your appointments, dealing with insurance, or communicating with your doctor, Jess and the business team handle all of that so you can concentrate on getting better. They are super flexible with your work schedule, and always keep you updated on the “paperwork” side of things. The Physical Therapists really try to understand what your injury is and what you are trying to accomplish. … You can really tell that the owner cares deeply about her team, and the patients. I don’t really want to ever need physical therapy again (who does?), but if I do, I’m glad I know exactly where to go.” — JJ Mashburn (Google review)