Our Services

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Welcome to Genesee Valley Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation, P.C.! We are committed to making your rehabilitation experience with us as positive and rewarding as possible.

As you start your rehabilitation, you will be introduced to a physical therapist who will work side-by-side with you throughout your course of treatment. It is the individualized, one-on-one care that continues to remain our mission as we help you to reach your specific, functional, rehabilitation goals.

After your therapist evaluates your needs, your rehabilitation program will be designed based on your physician’s recommendations, your therapist’s evaluation findings, and of course, your specific goals. Through prevention, manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, and pain relieving modalities, our therapists are dedicated to helping you restore your lifestyle.

At GVPT, our therapists are highly qualified to treat a variety of injuries and conditions, including, but not limited to:

Services:

  • Why Choose Aquatic PT? Low impact exercise reduces strain on inflamed joints. Warm water (86 degrees) soothes aching muscles and joints. Improved circulation from hydrost...

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  • Aquatic exercise is often the best and least painful option for those suffering from chronic pain. Treatment of fibromyalgia (FM) is often complex. It is important to use...

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  • No Script? No Problem!   What is Direct Access and Self-Referral?   Direct access and self-referral means that patients are able to refer themselves to a Physic...

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  • Success with Aquatic & Land Therapy Preoperative fitness is a predictor of postoperative outcome after lower-limb arthroplasty. People awaiting joint replacement surg...

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  • Managing Obesity Via Exercise A key component in weight loss is an effective, consistent exercise program which combines both aerobic and resistance training. Why use a P...

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  • Sports Specific Rehab Sports Rehab is for the injured athlete looking to return to their maximal capacity of function. Our therapists’ knowledge of sports biomechan...

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  • Women’s Health Services at GVPT . . . run by women, for women GVPT provides physical therapy services geared toward the individual health needs of women. Our except...

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  • RUNSMART – Running Analysis Fast, Efficient, & Injury Free Running Are you or someone you know a runner or triathlete looking to improve? GVPT has teamed up wit...

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  • The spine is constructed of 24 bony vertebrae, which are stacked, separated, and cushioned by spongy vertebral discs. The spinal column is enveloped in ligaments and supp...

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  • The neck (cervical spine) is one of the most flexible regions of the spine. The cervical spine consists of seven bony vertebrae, six shock absorbing discs, several muscle...

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  • The shoulder joint is a ball-and-socket joint, which allows it more motion than most any other joint in the body. This ball and socket joint, the glenohumeral joint, is w...

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  • The knee joint consists of the tibiofemoral joint, where the upper leg bone (femur) hinges to the large bone of the lower leg (tibia). The patellofemoral joint completes ...

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  • The hip is a ball and socket joint, where the thigh bone (femur) fits within a hollowing of the pelvis called the acetabulum. A network of muscles and tendons help to pro...

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  • Most activities of daily living would be unfeasible to perform without the well functioning elbow, wrist, and hand. These joints function intricately together in order to...

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  • The foot and ankle act to support our bodies in providing stability during standing, and mobility during walking, running, and exercise. The foot is required to be flexib...

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  • Program Rehabilitation plays a vital role in recovery from total joint replacement: including the knee, hip and shoulder. Post Joint rehabilitation builds strength, promo...

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  • What is Balance? Balance is defined as your ability to maintain your body’s center of mass over your base of support. In order to maintain balance your body relies ...

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