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Physical Therapy Tailored to Your Needs

Our physical therapy clinic at the University Orthopaedic Center is a dynamic and progressive outpatient rehabilitation center. Our physical therapists offer world-class care to help patients return to a healthy, productive lifestyle. We use the best available techniques and treatments to tailor your care  — whether you're recovering from an injury or looking for relief from chronic aches and pains. Just as important, we help patients learn how to prevent injury and disease in the future. Our team at University of Utah Health is dedicated to helping you become the best version of yourself.

Our Specialties

Many people think physical therapy is only for people who recently had an injury. But physical therapy can help treat a variety of long-term (also known as chronic) aches and pains. Our physical therapists treat a range of patients - from performance athletes to weekend warriors.

Our specialties include the following:

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What Does an Orthopedic Doctor Do?

If you play sports, are in your 40s or 50s, or have family and friends who are physically active, you’ve probably heard of the word "orthopedics.” But do you know what orthopedic doctors really do? And how do you know if you could benefit from seeing one?

Read About Orthopedic Doctors

Orthopedic Injury Clinic

At our Orthopedic Injury Clinic, you can get an appointment the day you call. Come to this clinic for fractures, dislocations, or other pains to your bones, joints, or muscles that won't go away.

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When to See a Sports Medicine Doctor

Everyone has a body. To take care of it, you’ll need to stay active. But no matter how careful you are, at some point or another, you may injure yourself. Should you see a doctor right away? Or is it better to take it easy and wait for the injury to heal on its own?

Read the Symptoms & Injury List

What Is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy helps you improve your function, range of motion, and overall quality of life. It can help speed up healing from an injury, reduce pain, and prevent injury. For some people, physical therapy can significantly delay the need for surgery or help avoid it altogether.

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