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We've got you covered

We know how pain and limited movement can make it hard to enjoy everyday life. At Benchmark, we offer physical therapy and exercise education to help you return to a pain-free life and the activities you enjoy.

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Headaches & Migraines

Address the many causes of headaches and resolve pain.

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Back Pain

Find pain relief for back pain without the use of addictive medications.

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Neck Pain

Identify and treat the muscle, joint or nerve causing neck pain or stiffness.

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Shoulder Pain

Address shoulder pain caused by accident, injury, or everyday life.

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Elbow Pain

Treat elbow joint pain caused by injury or repetitive use.

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Hand & Wrist Pain

Address injury, restore activity, and enhance daily activities with PT or OT.

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Knee Pain

Ease knee pain that can make daily activities and exercise challenging.

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Ankle pain

Get back on your feet and lower the risk of future injury.

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Foot Pain

Reduce pain, gain strength, and improve balance with physical therapy.

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Chronic Pain

Narrow down the cause of persistent pain and find effective relief.

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Generalized Weakness

Restore strength for better functioning during everyday activities.

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Jaw Pain (TMJ)

Restore functioning of the jaw with physical therapy treatments.

More Conditions

Achilles tendinopathy

Learn exercises to decrease pain and ease your entry back into everyday activities.

ACL Injury Prevention

Learn how to manage common and debilitating ACL injuries.

Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)

Treat loss of function, pain, and stiffness in the shoulder joint.

Ankle sprain

Increase mobility and encourage healing after injury.

Cancer Care

Address residual physical effects of chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Reduce pressure on the nerve to alleviate symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Stretch and strengthen your spine to reduce pain caused by this condition.

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Treat this common overuse injury of the leg with physical therapy.

Lower Back Pain During Pregnancy

Learn techniques to treat the low back pain that often accompanies pregnancy.

Lymphedema Management

Restore lost range of motion and treat the fluid build-up of lymphedema.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Treat the immediate and delayed physical symptoms of an accident.

Muscular Torticollis

Treat the shortening of neck musculature in infants.

Osteopenia & Osteoporosis

Restore movement, function, and strength to reduce the risk of fracture.

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Address pain under or around the kneecap with targeted treatment.

Plantar Fasciitis

Identify the cause, learn exercises, and prevent a recurrence while reducing pain.

Posterior Tibial Tendinitis

Help your ankle and foot move more effectively and get back to activity.

Spinal stenosis

Find a personalized treatment plan to improve mobility and strength.

Tarsal tunnel syndrome

Reduce nerve pressure to alleviate symptoms of tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Vertigo

Find the best course of treatment to alleviate the spinning sensation.

What to expect

Your first physical therapy appointment is about creating a personalized treatment plan based on your health history, diagnosis, and goals. Here’s what you can expect at your first physical therapy appointment:

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Your first appointment will last about an hour. Please arrive 15 minutes early.

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If applicable, bring your physician referral or prescription, insurance card, paperwork, ID, and co-payment.

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At your appointment, we’ll do an initial evaluation and discuss your care plan.

*Services are not available at every location. Visit our Locations page for more details.