Physical Therapy in Tempe Now Available from AzOPT
Experience the AzOPT Difference from the Best Tempe Physical Therapists
The AzOPT Tempe approach to physical therapy treatment is to provide an environment that promotes healing and encourages active involvement from each patient. We do not pack our physical therapists’ schedules by using techs to guide our patients’ experience. Therefore, our physical therapists spend more time with each patient utilizing techniques proven to work faster. Our physical therapists prefer to use their best tool – their hands – to reduce overall pain, release scar tissue, and improve blood flow at the tissue level.
Our Tempe physiotherapists will also educate patients about their specific condition and provide them with the tools and resources to help heal.
“No Techs, No Aides, No Assistants” is our commitment that each patient will be treated by a licensed physical therapist at every visit – so patients can rest assured their needs are addressed at EVERY session.
By employing only licensed physical therapists in Tempe to provide our physical therapy care, our patients’ experience:
- Higher Quality of Service
- Continuum of Care
- More Hands-on Therapy
- Ultimately, fewer visits
We look forward to helping you with all your physical therapy needs!
Find out how physical therapy can help get you back to the activities you need and love to do. Talk to one of our experts. Simply complete the form below and one of our experts will call you within 24 hours.
Please do not use this form if you have an urgent medical problem or to re-schedule an existing physical therapy appointment.
AzOPT Tempe will be led by Ian Larson, DPT, Cert DN. Ian joined AzOPT in 2017 at our Buckeye location, and has experience treating a variety of populations from school-aged children to Geriatrics. He is certified in Dry Needling.
Ian received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear AZ, and his Bachelors of Science in Biology from The University of Minnesota Twin cities. In his free time, he enjoys teaching martial arts, specifically Tang Soo Do (Ian is a 4th degree black belt) and Hapkido (Ian is a 1st degree black belt). Together with his wife, Stephanie, and their two sons, Michael and Matthew, Ian runs a martial arts school that will be located adjacent to AZOPT Tempe.
Through his martial arts, Ian has been given the title Neuromuscular Specialist, helping other black belts across the region with injury prevention. Through his school, Ian also provides community service events to the public in order to make it a better and safer place.
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