The staff are awesome, encouraging. I didn’t think my knees would ever be able to bend to 120 degrees. With the help of Empower Physical Therapy, I can now successfully bend them to 120 degrees. I can almost ride a bike, which was a necessary goal.
Thank you Justin, Jessica and the rest of the Empower staff for giving me the exercises and tools to succeed in reintroducing my pre-injury routine and activities! I’m excited to continually gain in strength. Look forward to actively rock climbing again.
Loved the staff from the front desk to Justin and Jessica. You can tell they cared about my well-being. Took the time to listen to my concerns. Always greeted with a smile.
Great people to work with. Professionalism in their approach to using therapy with patients. I would recommend Empower PT to my friends and family. Thank you!
Therapists are all well-knowledged. Easy to work with. Everyone here is very pleasant. Will recommend to friends for therapy.
My pain was occasional, not consistent. With lots of hiking my knee would swell and be painful. But if I stayed away from active physical uses, my pain level was low to none. I underwent the procedure and PT for mostly preventative reasons. I haven’t yet tried any extensive hiking or physical use. I don’t
Everybody at Empower Physical Therapy was nice and assisted me in getting my problems solved and fixed.
Rotator cuff surgery is not painful until you take off the splint and then the work begins. Surgeons should let people know about the recovery expectations once the splint is removed. Physical therapy is recommended and daily exercises at home including the pulley is required for a more successful outcome of the surgery. Pain is part of the recovery process. When the surgeon says tears are part of the healing process - they were right.
Y’all are amazing and I’m kind of sad to see it end. Thank you all so very much!
Excellent workouts - strengthening muscles overall. Thank you everyone!