Terry Rehabilitation & Testing
(972) 939-6501

Specialties

Comprehensive Spine Care

We provide complete spinal care, based on the latest research in evaluation and treatment techniques. Our rehabilitative programs are designed to address and fix your problem as soon as possible and empower you to quickly address any flare-ups that you may have down the road.

If we can’t completely resolve your spinal issue, we know the best surgeons and pain management physicians in the area who can help you.

 

Our comprehensive programs include:

  • Expert evaluation and mechanical diagnosis of your problem, based on the latest spinal research.
  • Therapeutic Exercises – Including mobility, stretching, and strength training.
  • Spinal/Core Stabilization – To help you negotiate items at work, at home and in the gym, without pain or limitation.
  • Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation – To restore your mobility as quickly and safely as possible.
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization and Dry Needling – To reduce the pain and limitation of dysfunctional musculature.
  • Spinal Traction – Many times “sold” as spinal decompression, this is a very old, but many times helpful treatment
  • Advice and Instruction on Exercise – One of the biggest issues for our patients is returning to the gym. What’s safe and helpful for you to do changes during the course of your care. Our goal is to get you back to your regular exercise as quickly and safely as possible.
  • Home Equipment – Such as traction units and electrical stimulators, when a long term palliative, or accommodative solution is needed.

Read more about common diagnoses and surgical procedures related to low back and hip pain.

Read more about common diagnoses and surgical procedures related to neck and shoulder pain.

Bone & Joint (Orthopedics) Care

Orthopedic care is our specialty. The layout and equipment are tailored for orthopedic and spine treatment, and our owner is Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.

This designation is held by less than 5% of therapists nationwide. It means that your care will be accurate, quick, and relatively inexpensive.
 

Our comprehensive programs include:

  • Expert evaluation and analysis of your problem, based on the latest spinal research.
  • Therapeutic Exercises – Including mobility, stretching, and strength training.
  • Agility and Functional Mobility Training – To help you negotiate items at work, at home, and in the gym, without pain or limitation.
  • Joint Mobilization and Manipulation – To restore your mobility as quickly and safely as possible.
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization and Dry Needling – To reduce the pain and limitation of dysfunctional musculature.
  • Advice and Instruction on Exercise – One of the biggest issues for our patients is returning to the gym. What’s safe and helpful for you to do changes during the course of your care. Our goal is to get you back to your regular exercise as quickly and safely as possible.
  • Bracing, Taping, and Custom Orthotics – We can customize your support temporarily, or permanently through the use of these items.

We treat all common diagnoses related to orthopedic pain and our specialized programs are specific to your diagnosis and limitations, addressing your needs after surgery, if it turns out that’s what you need. Click on a body part for more details: Hip, Knee, Ankle/Foot, Shoulder, and Elbow/Wrist/Hand.

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries require expertise to obtain the fastest and most reliable path to recovery and safe return to sport. We treat athletes from elementary to adult. We know and can quickly spot the warning signs of a more severe injury.

Our sport-specific programming is gleaned from the most recent research and education from the latest conferences. Each injured athlete is moved through a thorough and complete rehabilitation program, as quickly and safely as possible, addressing all physical aspects of the game, to make the return to practice and play a smooth transition. We’ll even coordinate your treatment plan with your school or personal trainer, to make your recovery faster and less expensive.

We treat all common diagnoses related to sports injuries, and our specialized programs are specific to your diagnosis and limitations, addressing your needs after surgery, if it turns out that’s what you need. Click on a body part for more details: Hip, Knee, Ankle/Foot, Shoulder, and Elbow/Wrist/Hand.

Auto Injuries

Handling the aftermath of an auto accident can be extremely difficult, confusing, and time consuming. Things can only get worse if you pick healthcare providers who are not trained and experienced in handling the special problems of auto accident injuries.

The large forces experienced during an automobile collision have been found to cause injuries that cannot always be adequately discovered on MRI or X-ray. Unlike other therapy patients, your treatment program needs a gentle touch and progression that we can provide.

If you thought your accident was a headache, be careful! Getting your treatment can end up being an even bigger headache, if your therapist doesn’t understand the ins and outs of auto-related claims. We can clarify and explain your options related to insurance coverage and treatment, to assist you and your lawyer (should you retain one) in making the best decisions for your future. Our auto injury experience and dedication to making the insurance side of your care as seamless as possible, alleviating your stress and making your recovery go more smoothly.

We treat all common diagnoses related to auto accident injuries and our specialized programs are specific to your diagnosis and limitations, addressing your needs after surgery, if it turns out that’s what you need. Click on a body part for more details: Hip, Knee, Ankle/Foot, Shoulder, and Elbow/Wrist/Hand.


Work Injuries

Texas Law allows you to pick the therapist YOU want for treatment of your work-related injury. Make sure you pick right the first time!

Employers and insurers place considerable pressure on the therapist and injured worker to make the best of the resources they have provided, so it is important that you use a therapist who is not only an expert in rehabilitation of your particular injury, but who is also well-versed in the rules surrounding work-related injuries and understands the special rehabilitative concerns and training that help injured workers make a full recovery.

We treat all common work injuries and our specialized programs are specific to your diagnosis and limitations, addressing your needs after surgery, if it turns out that’s what you need. Click on a body part for more details: Hip, Knee, Ankle/Foot, Shoulder, and Elbow/Wrist/Hand.

Pre/Post-Surgery

By working with your surgeon and utilizing the latest scientific advances, we can plan the most effective and time-efficient path to full recovery while maintaining the safety and integrity of any surgical repair.

Our orthopedic specialization allows us to take patients from a recent acute injury, through rehabilitation and preparation for surgery, if needed. In most every case, the pace and ease of post-surgical recovery is determined by the state of the problem before surgery. The stronger and better you are before surgery, the faster and smoother you will recover after surgery.

We provide complete post-operative rehabilitation programs of the: Hip, Knee, Ankle/Foot, Shoulder, and Elbow/Wrist/Hand.

Falls/Mobility

Have you or a loved one been experiencing problems with balance or falling? Hip fracture is one of the “gateway” orthopedic problems that can lead to chronic disability or death. Please don’t let your pride stand in the way of safety. In most cases, the cause is isolated, and the treatment is simple, so don’t put off getting it addressed any longer.

Through an extensive examination of all the factors potentially involved – from balance, to strength, to technique and flexibility – we can devise a course of action to restore independence and safety.

Sometimes safety is a function of assistive devices that should be used, or are being used incorrectly. Do you have the right kind of walker to address your problem? Is your cane adjusted correctly? Does that leg brace you were issued 5 years ago still work for you, or have you stopped wearing it because it didn’t? Is your bed positioned in a way that makes it less safe for you to get to the bathroom? Let us examine your situation and provide you answers to all of those questions.