Pro Motion Physical Therapy was founded on the belief that a successful recovery effort requires a multifaceted approach to patient needs. Believing that a truly comprehensive approach was lacking within the industry at large, its owners, Puja Charaipotra and Scott Wagner developed Pro Motion based on their shared vision for quality rehabilitative care. Ever since, Pro Motion has consistently proven its methods successful by providing a highly developed platform where motivational atmosphere, experienced staff, state-of-the-art equipment, and a detailed patient plan all coordinate together for accelerated recovery time.
Expert Care With an Added Emphasis on Patient Communication
Maintaining a highly skilled team of professionals is key for optimum patient rehabilitation, and the staff at Pro Motion is second to none. Our therapists begin every recovery plan by talking to their patients and listening to their concerns. Only in this way can they provide patients with a highly specified proactive plan that takes into consideration the total life aspects that affect recovery. When patient and therapist are paired directly for a series of full hour sessions, faster results and greater patient satisfaction are the outcome.
Patients come to us from many different walks of life, with varying needs and activity levels. There is never a one-size-fits-all treatment plan.
Advanced Technology and Proven Methods, Expertly Applied
Pro Motion’s well equipped facility includes the state-of-the-art tools proven to be most effective for a variety of therapeutic needs. When expertly applied with best-practice methods and hands-on manual therapy, you're assured of receiving the optimum rehabilitative experience available.
Why Communication is so Important
Many aspects of a patient's personal life will affect recovery and treatment. Therefore it's important to talk to the patient and get to know more about who they are and what they do outside of the clinic doors. That's why we take the time to listen to what concerns them most. Do they have young children? What activities and sports do they participate in? Do they have family or other support systems to turn to for help? The information a patient provides in a personal inventory is a very important tool in the recovery process.