Recovering from a surgery or injury can be a slow and painful process, but with the help of a qualified team of physical therapists and staff you will regain your strength more quickly and avoid re-injury.
Sports Performance –
Return to Play
RPT Sports Performance provides athletes with quality, sports and position-specific, evidence-based training. Our goal is to reduce the risk of injury, as well as increase our clients athletic potential.
RPT offers personalized running specific and gait analysis to enhance running mechanics, efficiency, and prevent injury.
RPT provides care for patients with all types of work-related and orthopedic injuries. Appropriate levels of exercise, work-related and functional activities are introduced to simulate the critical demands of the worker.
RPT offers aquatic therapy in conjunction with land-based therapy for quicker recovery to further assist with mobility and strength.
Whether you are six months pregnant and suffering from lower back pain or a new mother trying to get back into shape. RPT’s Women’s Health Program can assist you. We can also help those with urinary incontinence and pelvic floor pain.
RPT is a provider of home health physical therapy services. We specialize in post-surgical rehabilitation for many surgical procedures including total knee and total hip replacement.
RPT’s therapists are able to treat you acutely following surgery or illness and, as appropriate, provide home health physical therapy and create a smooth transition to one of our convenient out-patient facilities. This seamless transition provides better care due to our familiarity with physician protocols throughout the process of getting you back to work and play – fast!
Best of State Award
Two Time Winner
Do You Have Any Questions?
Here’s some of our most frequently asked questions:
What should I wear?
Wear something comfortable: T-shirt, shorts, your favorite shoes.
How long will I be there?
For an initial examination plan on 1.5 hours to 2 hours, and for follow up appointments plan on about 1 hour to an 1.25 hours.
What should I bring?
• Insurance card
• Updated list of medications (if applicable)
• Recent diagnostic tests (if applicable) (x-ray, MRI results, etc).
Will I be more sore after?
It is common to have some soreness after physical therapy. We teach each patient how to manage pain and inflammation. We work hard to make your visit as comfortable as possible.
We are all across the Salt Lake Valley so we can be close to where you are.