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Are you tired of living with persistent pain that disrupts your daily life?

Are you unsure of what a Physical Therapist can do for you?  Schedule a free 15 minute discovery call. 

Look no further than Neuromuscular Strategies Physical Therapy in Boulder, CO. Our team of experts will evaluate your situation, pinpoint the root cause of your pain, and design a customized plan to help you feel better. We care about your well-being, so if we determine that physical therapy is not the best option for you, we’ll guide you in the right direction. Book a free 15-minute phone consultation today and take the first step towards a pain-free life!

Maybe you’ve been told you need to see a Physical Therapist, but you’re not sure what they can do for you?

Neuromuscular Strategies Physical Therapy located in Boulder, CO can help relieve pain by targeting the source of the problem. We’ll assess your situation and come up with a plan to help you feel better. And if we think Physical Therapy is not right for you, we’ll let you know. So set up your free consultation to map out a plan for recovery! 

WE WANT TO SERVE YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS AND GOALS, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM.   THIS WILL HELP US MEET YOUR RECOVERY OR PERFORMANCE GOALS… THE MORE WE KNOW ABOUT YOU, THE BETTER WE CAN HELP YOU…
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MIKE KOHM PT
NEUROMUSCULAR STRATEGIES PHYSICAL THERAPY
5353 MANHATTAN CIRCLE, SUITE 102 BOULDER, CO 80303

Phone: 720-352-0678

Fax:       720-441-0485

Welcome to Neuromuscular Strategies Physical Therapy! Our mission is to help you move better and feel better. We understand that every person is unique and that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to Physical Therapy. That’s why we specialize in personalized, one-on-one hour-long sessions with a Physical Therapist to evaluate your specific movement issues and pain.

Our clinic offers a wide range of treatments, including manual therapy, Trigger Point Dry Needling, SFMA, FMS movement assessments, dance injuries, ergonomic consultations and nerve dynamics. Plus, we even offer Bike Fitting to help you get in an optimal position on the bike!

Our treatments are effective for many conditions, such as spine pain, headaches, tendonitis, acute and chronic injuries. We use a combination of movement screens, nervous system referral, and the latest pain science research to provide you with the best care possible.

If you’re curious about how we can help you, we invite you to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with us. During this phone call, we’ll discuss your goals for Physical Therapy and develop a plan to get you back to doing what you love. At Neuromuscular Strategies, we’re here to help you move better and feel better.

Frequently Asked Questions

Physical Therapy can help with pain and injury by addressing the underlying movement dysfunction that may be contributing to your pain. Physical therapists work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that includes exercises and manual therapy techniques to improve your strength, mobility, and stability. By addressing the root cause of your pain or injury, physical therapy can help reduce your pain, improve your function, and prevent future injuries. Your physical therapist may also provide education on proper body mechanics, posture, and ergonomics to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and prevent future injuries.

A typical physical therapy session lasts around 60 minutes, although the actual duration may vary depending on the treatment plan and the individual needs of the patient. The first session may be longer, as it involves a comprehensive evaluation and assessment of the patient's condition, medical history, and treatment goals. The physical therapist will work with the patient to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses their specific needs and helps them to achieve their goals. Subsequent sessions may involve a combination of manual therapy, exercises, modalities, and other techniques aimed at reducing pain, improving mobility, and restoring function.

During your first physical therapy session, you can expect the therapist to perform an evaluation to assess your current condition and identify any factors contributing to your pain or injury. This may include a review of your medical history, a physical examination, and various tests and measurements to assess your strength, flexibility, and range of motion.

Based on the findings of the evaluation, your therapist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that may include a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and other modalities to help you achieve your goals. You may also receive education on strategies to manage your pain and prevent further injury.

It's important to communicate openly with your therapist about your symptoms, goals, and concerns to ensure that your treatment plan is tailored to your specific needs. Your therapist will also be able to answer any questions you may have about the process and what to expect moving forward.

reparing for your physical therapy sessions can help ensure that you get the most out of your treatment. Here are some tips:

  1. Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows you to move freely.
  2. Bring any relevant medical records or imaging reports related to your injury or condition.
  3. Be prepared to discuss your medical history, current symptoms, and any medications or supplements you are taking.
  4. Write down any questions you have beforehand so you can make the most of your time with your physical therapist.
  5. Set realistic goals for your treatment and communicate them with your therapist.
  6. Be open and honest about your pain or discomfort during treatment so your therapist can adjust your treatment plan as needed.
  7. Make sure to follow any home exercise or activity recommendations provided by your physical therapist to help speed up your recovery.

By following these tips, you can help ensure that you have a successful and effective physical therapy experience.

Yes, physical therapy can help with chronic pain. Chronic pain is often caused by an underlying condition or injury, and physical therapy can help address the root cause of the pain by improving strength, flexibility, and mobility. A physical therapist can work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that may include exercises, manual therapy, and other techniques to help reduce pain and improve function. They can also teach you strategies for managing pain, such as relaxation techniques and stress reduction. It is important to work with a qualified physical therapist who has experience working with chronic pain patients to ensure that you receive the most effective treatment for your condition.

Yes, physical therapy can often help individuals avoid surgery. Physical therapy can be an effective treatment option for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including those that may initially be considered for surgery. Through various therapeutic exercises and techniques, physical therapy can help improve strength, mobility, and flexibility, reduce pain and inflammation, and prevent future injury. In some cases, physical therapy can even provide sufficient relief to eliminate the need for surgery altogether. However, each case is unique, and the extent to which physical therapy can help avoid surgery will depend on the specific condition and individual circumstances. It's always best to consult with a physical therapist to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your needs.

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