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Austin’s Manual Therapy and Sports Performance Specialists

IS PAIN LIMITING YOU FROM PARTICIPATING IN THE ACTIVITIES YOU LOVE?
DON’T SUFFER ANY LONGER!

Services

MANUAL
THERAPY
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MANUAL THERAPY
We use a hands-on approach to treatment including soft tissue massage, joint mobilization, and joint manipulation to decrease pain, facilitate faster healing and restore function.

TRIGGER POINT
DRY NEEDLING
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TRIGGER POINT DRY NEEDLING
With the use of acupuncture needles we are able to relieve painful muscle spasms and tension associated with a variety of conditions.

NEUROMUSCULAR
RE-EDUCATION.
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NEUROMUSCULAR RE-EDUCATION.
Addressing neuromuscular control helps retrain normal muscle activation and prevent injuries from returning in the future.

SPORT SPECIFIC
TRAINING
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SPORT SPECIFIC TRAINING
We can help you reach your maximum potential by integrating sport-specific exercises to optimize performance for returning to competition.

Why Choose Us?

NOT ALL PHYSICAL THERAPY IS THE SAME

  • Doctors Of Physical Therapy
  • Personalized 1 on 1 Hands On Manual Therapy
  • Full Hour Sessions
  • Better Outcomes and Faster Results
  • No Technicians or Assistants

Meet the Therapists

Ryan Seifert PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy

Ryan received his degree in Biology from the University of Redlands in California. In addition to working as a student athletic trainer, he competed as a 4 year collegiate baseball pitcher. He then went on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University, California. There he gained extensive education and clinical mentorship in the field of orthopedics and manual therapy. Ryan's experience as a collegiate athlete gives him a unique edge in treating athletes of all kinds, especially overhand throwing sports.

Cory Peterson PT, DPT, SFMA/FMS
Doctor of Physical Therapy

Cory holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas State University. He has been mentored by world recognized researchers in Manual Physical Therapy, and is skilled in manual therapy and trigger point dry needling. Cory is also certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, allowing him to analyze movement dysfunctions related to your pain or injury, and create individualized treatment plans to speed up your recovery and prevent future injuries.

Who We Treat

ATHLETES
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ATHLETES
We understand your dedication to your sport and how devastating a sidelining injury can be. Let us get you back to competition faster with 1 on 1 treatment sessions.

FITNESS
ENTHUSIASTS
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FITNESS ENTHUSIASTS
Whether you are training for marathon, unable to complete your crossfit WOD or just want to get back to your weekly gym routine... we can help you reach your fitness goals.

WEEKEND
WARRIORS
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WEEKEND WARRIORS
Sprain your ankle playing pickup basketball? Tweak your back working out in the yard? Or is nagging shoulder pain keeping you from playing catch with your son? We can help!

EVERYDAY PEOPLE
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EVERYDAY PEOPLE
We treat all kinds of everyday people with everyday aches and pains. Everyone has to work, but not everyone has to suffer.

What To Expect

First Visit/Initial Evaluation: First you will receive a thorough evaluation by one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy, to determine the source of your symptoms as well as the cause. We will then begin treatment on the first day to help you feel better and start the healing process. Depending on the severity of your condition many patients receive a significant amount of pain relief on their very first visit.

Home Exercise Programs: You may be provided with a home exercise program that compliments your plan of care. The home program is an important part of the healing process and will assist you in achieving your goals in less time. We try not to waste your time with aspects of your care that can be performed safely on your own.

What to wear: We usually recommend that patients wear looser-fitting exercise clothing and sneakers for maximum comfort.

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