“We create a personal
recovery plan for each
patient which is focused
on having them 100%
pain free in as few visits
as possible.”

Jayne Sutcliffe

Training that makes a world of difference

Treat your patients to world-class care.

Pro-Motion Physical Therapy owners and Clinical Specialists Paul and Jayne both trained in Australia, which has an international reputation for setting the standard in physical therapy education. Over the past 50 years, nearly every new concept in physical therapy has come from Australia.

We believe in making doctors’ lives easier. We take such good care of your patients that you’ll always feel confident sending them to Pro-Motion. That’s because you’ll trust our:

  • Outstanding service for your patients, your staff and yourself
  • Evaluation and treatment from a clinical specialist for each patient
  • Staff of 100% clinical specialists
  • Expert care focused on your patients’ needs
  • Same day appointments available
  • Initial evaluations returned in 24 hours
  • Ongoing communication to keep you informed
  • 3600 square foot state-of-the-art physical therapy facility

Time and again, we’ve heard from patients that they never knew physical therapy could be so friendly, so convenient and most important, so effective. It’s no secret; it’s the Pro-Motion Promise that sets us apart:

  • One-on-one, personalized care
  • Care from a clinical specialist, not a physical therapy assistant, athletic trainer or physical therapy aide
  • The same Physical Therapist at each visit
  • Comprehensive evaluation to identify the cause of your specific problems
  • Individualized goal planning so each patient reaches their full potential
  • Specialized “Evidence Based” treatment programs
  • Specific home programs to compliment your physical therapy program
  • Timely appointments – No waiting past your appointment time

Both state-of-the-art and evidence based solutions are selected carefully in by the therapist
and may include:

  • Manual therapy – Joint mobilization/manipulation – Maitland and Kaltenbourn approaches
  • The McKenzie method
  • Mulligan method
  • Janda, Sahrman and Commerford methods of evaluating muscle imbalances
  • Nerve mobilization – Butler and Elvey approach
  • Core stabilization program – Hodges
  • Specific exercises aimed at motor control re-education and strengthening
  • Gait evaluation and re-education
  • Cyriax techniques for joint and soft tissue diagnosis, examination and treatment
  • Edwards approach for the examination of accessory and physiological joint movements