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PHYSICAL THERAPY
in Lutz, Wesley Chapel and Tampa

Although Physical Therapists are known to be the experts in treating injuries, you DO NOT need to be injured to benefit from physical therapy (PT). Physical therapists are also experts in analyzing and correcting movement and balance, injury prevention, and evaluating dysfunction.

 

We can help people move better, feel better, and recover from injuries and surgeries faster. We are also able to analyze movements in sports, such as your running mechanics or your golf or tennis swing in order to avoid injury and maximize performance. We can also help people reach their performance or fitness goals in a safer, faster way using our integrated approach.

Get a mind over matter mindset with an I CAN attitude.

Common Conditions that Warrant Physical Therapy

  • Back and neck pain

  • Amputation

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Sports injury

  • Musculoskeletal pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Post-surgical Rehabilitation

  • Physical and aquatic therapy alternatives to surgery

  • Daily aches and pains

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Balance deficits

  • Pediatric Pain

  • Joint Replacements

  • Joint Dysfunction

​Rehabilitation is used to DECREASE pain and stiffness, IMPROVE motion coordination, INCREASE range of motion and strength, MOBILIZE joints, and RELEASE contracted muscles, tendons, and fascia.​  Learn more about some of our techniques. 

 

Can't make it into the office?  Don't let that stop you, Dr. Leiva, DPT, FNS, CPT offers telehealth virtual sessions.  Call Now to schedule 813.803.7070

You can heal, We can help.

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Posture Analysis

A client’s posture provides much information regarding the natural state of their tissues. Through postural analysis, it is possible to determine which areas of their body are under more strain than others, and which muscle groups are causing this strain.  99% of the population has some type of alignment deficiencies when you scan from the head to the heart, hip, and then heels.

Techniques
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