A Breakthrough Methodology for Rapid Recovery from Pain, Injury & Surgery

At AG Physical Therapy, our team of specialists takes a systems-based approach to your care, addressing the key areas necessary for quick recovery. Pulling best practices from multiple disciplines, a personalized treatment plan that targets the root cause of your specific injury is created just for you.
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Our Team


We bring the highest level of care and professionalism to your unique condition.

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  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sports Injuries
  • Knee Conditions
  • Back Conditions
  • Balance problems
  • Shoulder Conditions
  • Foot and Ankle Conditions
  • Ambulatory Dysfunctions


We don't just want you to feel better. We want you to heal better. And to get to that end, we start at the very beginning. We want to understand fully your limitations and your goals. (There's that obsession again). We then educate you in regards to your specific diagnosis and tissue pathology, establish a prognosis for healing and set expectations required to achieve optimal function.
  • Friendly stress-reduced environment where patients are treated by a licensed physical therapist each visit.
  • Thorough evaluation and treatment with emphasis on education on how to manage each patient's condition independently 
  • Frequency and duration of visits are based on each individual's unique situation.
  • We don't prescribe programs - we design solutions.

Our specialized equipment allows us to match your exercises with your capacity enabling you to perform pain free activity and thus speed your recovery. Our expertise in exercise prescription and advanced manual therapy techniques also aid in returning you to your specific work, sport, or leisure activities as quickly as possible. The following is a partial list of injuries and conditions that we treat: 


Many of us are suddenly finding ourselves spending a large amount of time at home, diligently practicing social distancing. Gyms and health clubs are shut down for the next two weeks (or longer), threatening to derail our best-laid workout plans. Whether rehabilitating an injury or striving for better athletic performance, consistency is key. Many find this consistency to be easier when there’s  an element of social interaction—employing the services of a personal trainer, joining group exercise classes, or exercising with a friend.

Unfortunately, the consistency battle just got a lot harder.

Some of the things that make exercising easy and consistent are now out of our reach, but there are many ways that you can stay active at home. It may require an adjustment to your routine, but the benefits include improved health, a new tool in your “keep-fit tool-kit”, and the ability to call back to these strategies during other disruptions to your routine, such as traveling.

There are a multitude of exercise programs out there for you that prescribe exactly which exercises to do and how to do them. It is important to consider how you want to stay fit, what will work for you and your family, and what resources you may have at your disposal, whether it be experience working out or equipment you have access to.

As always, consult your physician or physical therapist before beginning an exercise program, and do not attempt if you are actively ill or injured. Here are 5 tips we think you should consider.