When Should You Get Into Physical Therapy?


When Should You Get Into Physical Therapy?

When should you get into physical therapy? A common question a lot of people ask themselves. At what point should you consider making that phone call? Mild symptoms can turn into chronic pain and dysfunction. Here is a list of common issues that should be addressed sooner rather than later.

  • Low back tightness or pain when sitting at a desk or in a car
  • Difficulty bending over to pick an object up from the floor
  • Frequent headaches
  • Nagging tightness that does not seem to improve with foam rolling
  • Pinching in the hips during squatting that does not improve with stretching
  • Knee pain that limits your ability to squat, jog, jump or step up on a curb
  • Heel or foot pain that effects your ability to walk, run or stand for long periods of time
  • Difficulty getting on the floor to play with your children
  • Urinary leakage when you cough, laugh, exercise or sneeze

 If you are experiencing any of the above, pick up the phone and make the call: 602-208-7575 we would love to assist you in all of your needs, and get you feeling back to yourself again!


About Dr. Eric Hefferon

Dr. Eric Hefferon received his advanced doctorate degree in physical therapy from the innovative A.T. Still University. He has been practicing in the west valley for 6 years and has made strong ties to local gyms and medical practitioners. Dr. Hefferon started Impact Physical Therapy due to his passion for an individualized healthcare approach. He knew by creating a clinic that was out of network he could help give patients the results they deserve. His treatment style attracts patients from all over the valley and even out of state. People will travel to seek Dr. Hefferon’s solutions!

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