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Strengthening and Physical Therapy before and after your orthopedics surgery can help you recover faster, regain mobility quicker and return to daily activity sooner. 

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Neurological Disorders

Neurological Physical Therapy is extremely important for patients suffering from Stroke, Traumatic brain injury, Spinal Cord injuries and more. Physical Therapy can help patients regain functions.  

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Injuries on the playing field doesn't have to slow you down. Our personalized treatment can help you recover faster, strengthen your muscle and get back to what you love. 

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Arthritis &
Chronic Pain

Arthritis & Chronic Pain can make it difficult to do your daily tasks. Physical Therapy can help find relief from chronic pain without opioid or pain killers. 

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Work Injuries & Accidents

Injuries at work can be debilitating and can prevent you from earning the wages that you deserve. Our programs can help you recover from work related injuries. 

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Pre & Post Partum Rehab

Pregnancy and child birth can can lead to weakness in your Pelvic floor area and other areas. Regain your pre-pregnancy strength and flexibility with our pre and post partum and pelvic floor rehab programs. 

Back Pain & Sciatica

Sciatica is pain along the sciatic nerve, which stretches from lower back through your hips and buttocks and down each leg. Sciatica causes inflammation, pain and numbness. Sciatica can usually be treated through Physical Therapy and proper body mechanics. 

Rotator Cuff Injuries

Rotator cuff is a very common shoulder injury causes by Tendinitis, Bursitis or an acute injury like fall or accident. Rotator cuff allows the shoulder to move while maintaining stability. Physical Therapy is an effective treatment option for Rotator cuff injuries. It can improve strength and control of the rotator cuff and scapular muscles.

Foot & Ankle Pain

Ankle joint bears the weigth of your entire body and as result, ankle can be often injured when jumping or landing incorrectly. Ankle injury can frequently lead to ankle instability where the ankle is weakened and prone to another injury in the future. Physical Therapy help you strengthen weakened ankles and regain ankle motion. 

Neck Pain

Physical Therapy is one of the most common treatments for chronic neck pain. This involves reducing pain and stiffness in your neck area and improving head and neck range of motion. Physical Therapy can help you improve your posture to prevent recurring pain. 

Hip Pain

Hip Injuries can be caused so many factors ranging from acute injuries like a fall or arthritis or Sciatica, amongst others. This can lead to pain in your groin area or front of your hip or in your buttocks area or it can make walking or climbing stairs difficult and painful. Physical Therapy can help reduce hip pain and improve flexibility and movement. 

Balance & Fall Prevention

The risk of falling is greatly increased as you age. Each year, more than 25% of adults 65 or older have a fall. The risk of falling can be attributed to few factors - balance, hazards, low blood pressure, and feet or footwear issues. Physical Therapy and exercises can help improve balance and strength which can greatly reduce the risk of falling. 

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can be triggered either by sudden or acute injuries like bruises, injured tendons or ligaments, or dislocation or by overuse injuries like frozen shoulder, tendinitis, muscle strains or others. Physical Therapy can strengthen the muscles around shoulder to improve its function and mobility. 

Knee Pain

Knee Pain are one of the most common injuries ranging across any age group. Knee injuries can result from a direct blow to the knee or a sudden movement that strains the knee beyond normal range of motion. It can limit your ability to walk, climb stairs, play sports or even getting up from chair. Physical Therapy can help strengthen muscles around your knee, reduce pain and increase mobility. 

Gait Training

Lower extremity injury or neurological disorder or surgery can hamper your ability to walk normally. Gait training consists of exercises to help you walk normally and safely. This can improve motion in your lower extremity joints, improve strength and balance. Physical Therapist can assess your gait and create an appropriate program to improve your gait. 

How we Treat

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Manual Therapy

Therapeutic Exercises

Trigger Point Release

Soft Tissue Mobilization


Cervical & Lumbar Traction

Sports specific Training

Pre & Post Natal Rehabilitation

Geriatrics Programme

Osteoporosis Programme

Hand Therapy

Personal Fitness Training

Yoga Stretches

Call us or submit the contact us form to schedule your next appointment. 

Velocity Physical Therapy, located in Saratoga, California, accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Medical, Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross, Blue Shield and other commercial health and workers comp insurances. 

 Check out our Insurance page to learn more about what insurance we cover and some frequently asked questions.

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