Physical Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

Physical therapy for orthopedic injuries refers to any discomfort affecting the musculoskeletal system. This includes the bones, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and muscles.

At Sage Physical Therapy, our team has over 40 years of experience supporting patients in their journey of long lasting healing by discovering the root cause of their discomfort and preventing re-injury. 

Below is a partial list of conditions we treat:

Ankle Sprain

Hip Impingement (FAI)

Labral Injuries

Patellofemoral Pain

Plantar Fasciitis

Shoulder Impingement

Taping Techniques


Tissue Mobilization

The Value of Physical Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

Do you have to be in pain to see a physical therapist? Nope! People seek physical therapy for injury prevention for a variety of reasons including:
  • Preparing to train for a race or athletic competition
  • Walking up / down Seattle hills
  • Gardening or DIY-ing home renovations
Making an appointment with a physical therapist can be a great way to prevent injury when we are moving our bodies in repetitive, strenuous, and new ways.
Our physical therapists use an integrative approach to support your individual goals through combining patient education, a wide range of treatment modalities, and creating a personalized treatment plan for you.
Treatment plans often include a hybrid of in-office manual therapy and at-home exercise programs (HEPs). Together, you and your physical therapist will find the right exercises for your specific discomfort. Exercises for orthopedic injuries often focus on improving balance, flexibility, range of motion, and strength.