Alpine Physical Therapy focuses on helping patients reduce their pain and regain their previous strength and range of motion. Dr. Paul D. Anderson provides a variety of physical therapy treatments at his office in Alpine, Utah.
New Alpine Physical Therapy patients fill out new patient paperwork prior to their first visit. They give the doctor a history of their past injuries. Then, at the first visit, the doctor assesses the patient’s pain, range of motion, and strength, and performs a Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). The doctor uses these assessments to track the patient’s progress, as well as to set short and long term goals.
Alpine Physical Therapy accepts a wide variety of insurances, including the following:
Patients can schedule appointments over the phone or email. Each visit is scheduled for an hour.
The doctor at Alpine Physical Therapy, Paul D. Anderson, served as the director of rehab at Mimbres Memorial Hospital in New Mexico in 1996. Anderson is certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), an evaluation technique used to assess physical therapy patients. He is also the only M3 Technique Specialist in Utah or within 350 miles.
Alpine Physical Therapy provides numerous treatments for its patients, including spine care, sports medicine, manual therapy, the Graston Technique, therapeutic activities and exercises, ultrasound, electrical modalities, combo therapy, joint replacement therapy, joint mobilization, and rehabilitative therapy.
Alpine Physical Therapy has partnered with Alpine Fitness to offer its patients the first month of their gym membership for free. Alpine Fitness won Best of State for personal training in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Alpine Physical Therapy is open from 6 to 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The clinic’s evening and Saturday hours give greater flexibility and convenience for patients who work during the day and Monday through Friday.
Alpine Physical Therapy has only one office location, which limits how many patients can use its services.
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