Physical Therapy El Segundo

At Premiere Sports Medicine we ensure that you are thoroughly evaluated and given an individualized treatment plan. Our therapists also ensure that you will have a full understanding of your condition and will collaborate with you on formulating realistic treatment goals. We also stay in close contact with your referring physician to more effectively coordinate your care.

Sport Medicine Conditions We Treat

Manual therapy or specialized hands-on massage techniques for treating soft tissue and joint restrictions, and for re-educating weakened or tight muscles. Therapeutic ultrasound, electrotherapy, and Laser may also be applied during the treatment to help relieve pain. Corrective exercise in our gym is also integrated to help improve faulty movement patterns, maintain progress, and prevent re-injury.

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