Physical Therapy in Hampton Roads
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Our back and neck programs provide the comprehensive support you need to get back in motion.
We provide therapy for a number of conditions, including arthritis, sports injuries and post-op recovery.
With new and innovative techniques, our physical therapy programs are head and shoulders above the rest.
Our advanced hip therapy programs help you increase strength, improve flexibility and reduce pain.
Our foot and ankle programs get you on the road to recovery with an individualized treatment plan.
Thousands turn to Bon Secours In Motion in Hampton Roads
Each year for exceptional physical therapy, speech and occupational therapy, sports rehab and sports performance, golf swing analysis, fitness, nutrition and weight loss programs and more. In Motion’s programs and analyses are directed by board-certified physicians and health professionals. Our certified health professionals help patients heal, and maintain health and wellness. You’ll find In Motion clinics in York County, Carrollton, Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach. New locations are planned to make our services even more convenient. Appointments are available within 24-48 hours.

You can call the physical therapy clinic directly to schedule your initial evaluation with Direct Access, now available at our Southside locations, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk and Portsmouth. Learn more about Direct Access under our About Us tab.
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Dry Needling

Intramuscular manual therapy, also known as trigger point dry needling, can be an effective alternative to traditional treatment methods for eliminating chronic pain caused by trigger points. Dry needling can be used for a variety of musculoskeletal problems. Any areas where muscles are sore or active trigger points are identified may benefit from dry needling.
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Total Joint Replacement Therapy

More than 500,000 total joint replacements are performed each year. While there are many reasons to perform a total joint replacement it is most commonly done to relieve the debilitating pain associated with severe arthritis. Bon Secours In Motion Physical Therapy prides itself on their expertise in orthopedic rehab after total hip, total knee and total shoulder replacements.
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Sports Physical Therapy

Sports physical therapy is a specialized subset of physical therapy, with clinicians who specialize in working with athletes. These physical therapists work with athletes of all ages to treat existing injuries, prevent future injury, and help people return to and improve overall function.
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McKenzie Method®

Several In Motion physical therapists are trained and certified in the McKenzie Method® of therapy that addresses spine/back pain. McKenzie is a three-step process that begins with hands on evaluation, after which individualized exercises are prescribed, and concludes with prevention information that gives patients the tools to keep pain from recurring as often, and to minimize its intensity if it should come back.
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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our physical therapists have developed the Vestibular Rehabilitation program to help improve the symptoms of dizziness while increasing mobility and balance. This rehabilitation helps to retrain the body when stroke, brain trauma, inner ear surgery or chronic disease like MS or Parkinson’s affects the vestibular system. Patients with vertigo, motion intolerance and dizziness associated with neck pain may also benefit from this program.
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Women's Health

In Motion Physical Therapy has created a women’s health program that meets women’s needs head on with innovative physical therapy programs. Each program is customized to a woman’s special needs. Therapy is provided by physical therapists guided by special training and a strong commitment to women’s health.
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